Whether you are in for some laughs, pranks or some clean scary fun this Halloween 2013, then it is worth checking out the best ghost tours that Sydney can offer. Here we introduce to you some of the best Sydney ghost tours entertainment that will fit your Halloween fright night mood.
Hans-Michael Derenbach inspects his private haunted house in the western city of Neuss October 24, 2013. Derenbach, a 44 year-old electrician, took one year and spent over 13,000 euros to build the 13.2 meter long haunted house in his cellar under his home. The ride takes five minutes, includes some animatronics and is used only by family members and friends. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender
Monte Cristo Ghost Tours
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Deemed as the most haunted house of Australia, you can visit the house and experience for yourself the unexplained voices and even the presence of a woman in white. It can be such a dare if you would check in as a bed and breakfast guest.
Gruesome Sydney Bus Tour
This Sydney ghost tour lets you ride on a bus along with a small group. The guide and the drive is dressed to look creepy. You'll get to be guided around spots like the William Charles Wentworth mausoleum and spooky cellar famous in the Hero of Waterloo Hotel.
The Rocks Ghost Tour
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You and your friends will be surprised to discover that this tourist spot that seems to have a friendly atmosphere on the outside also has a dark and scary past. Today, it may have bars and art galleries located on it, but before, it were filled with brothels and opium dens.
This is a walking tour that will guide you to places or spots where murders, suicides and odd disappearances have happened before.
Parramatta's Sinister Side Ghost Trek
This is comprehensive ghost trek that lets you be convoyed by a hearse or a bus. It requires a minimum number of 16 participants, and it includes the visit to various haunted spots like the old Female Factory or the women's jail and an orphan school. You will also be taken to cemeteries where you can get to hear of various traffic stories.
Family Ghost Tour in Quarantine Station, North Head
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The site was used to be a quarantine spot for migrants who were allegedly sick with a contagious disease. It became haunted, especially since it resulted to death for some of the migrants. This became a perfect venue for Sydney ghost tours. It includes dinner, and the tour is presented less scary if the crowd is composed of a younger crowd.
Other Sydney ghost tours include the Blue Mountain Mystery Tours, Ghost Tours in Saint Bartholomew's Church, Ponds Rd, The Dark South Side in Cadman's Cottage, and the Q Station Adult Ghost Tour.
What is your choice of a haunted Halloween 2013 in Sydney?
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