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The 'Ghost on the Stairs' at Honeywill House is one of the stops on the tour (Elaine Bean, 2018)

Adelaide’s Ghost and Ghouls Walking Tour

Are you interested in the ghosts and ghouls of Adelaide? Take a self-guided audio tour narrated by paranormal investigator Allen Tiller. The tour explores the stories behind Adelaide’s alleged hauntings and crimes while shedding light on some of our city’s more chilling history. The tour is a collaboration between paranormal investigator Allen Tiller, sound recordist Anthony Frith and Adelaide City Libraries. It was designed and developed based on research from Allen’s history residency at the libraries in 2016, along with a range of ghost stories brought forward via public consultation sessions. Visit our website to download the trail.

Presented by City of Adelaide Libraries

When

Throughout May

Where

Start: Adelaide City Library, lvl 3, Rundle Pl, Adelaide, Finish: North Adelaide Library, 176 Tynte St, North Adelaide

Price

Free

Contact

City Library, 8203 7990, library@cityofadelaide.com.au

Info

Partial Wheelchair Access

The self-guided tour follows footpaths and paved walkways through the city.

Connect

https://www.cityofadelaide.com.au/community/library-services/

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