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Join your host, Mr. Gabriel David Sumegi Newman the 2nd, as he tours you through downtown Vernon, BC and entertains you with stories of haunted houses, monsters, gruesome murders, paranormal anomalies and macabre historical oddities. This is a...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
3009 32 Ave | between the Vernon Museum and (Old) Library, Vernon, British Columbia V1T 2L8, Canada
We've recently moved here to Vernon and are doing the 'touristy' things to acquaint ourselves with the area. It was an entertaining way to learn some of the history (some strange history) of the city. Our guide had good projection which I appreciated since at...More
I loved this tour. I've always been interested in different types of paranormal activities so when I heard about the "Ghost Tours of Vernon" I knew I just had to see what all the hype was about! The walking tour lasted about an hour and...More
Unfortunately, it was a little rainy for our tour but that didn't diminish our guide's enthusiasm in any way! He had great stories and clearly he updates his tour as often as he can and is necessary. Mr Newman was entertaining, informative, and quite humourous!...More
History and stories all while going for a stroll around Vernon. It was very enjoyable and we saw a neighbourhood or two I would have never seen. Definitely recommended if you are looking for something to do.
This was one of my most favourite things I have ever done! Gabriel is such a wonderful story teller and makes this experience so interesting and fun! Who would have guessed that such a small town would have such a dark history and so many...More
Mr. Gabriel David Sumegi Newman the 2nd gives one heck of a tour... his informative historical walk brings to life Vernon's past and adds some colour to days gone by.
He does a phenominal job of engaging his flock of onlookers, keeping them hanging on...More
Response from Ghostwalker72 | Property representative |
I have children of all ages on the tour. Those 9 and over get more out of it but I have a few five year old fans. Younger than that they tend to get tired from the late night and walking. Not because they are scared.