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Mount Victoria Museum Ghost Tour

Fri 03 Jun 2022
7 pm
A Must
Parking Available, Public Transport, Toilet on Site
Event will continue in wet weather
Your host Paranormal Pete has been educating & entertaining the public for 20 years & will take you on a hands-on Ghost Hunt to investigate the reports of Paranormal activity at the Museum.

Catch a glimpse of what life was like at the property, which played a significant part in the area's industrial era. You may even meet one of the long dead for real.
As you tune into the phantom whispers of each building, ghost-hunting equipment will boost your already heightened senses.

On the night guests will be supplied with the latest equipment along with full instruction on its use.

Ghost hunting equipment included for use:
• Thermal imaging video cameras • EMF meters • Ovillus III • REM-Pods • Full spectrum cameras • Colour Night vision camera • Laser grids • Talker II • Patrick Boo Buddy * EDI Plus

Start time: 7 pm to 10.30 pm
Maximum number of guests 12
Age: 14+

Price includes:
Interactive 3.5-hour Interactive Ghost Hunt
Use of Ghost Hunting Equipment
Museum entry

What to bring:
TORCH for each person ! (Tours require a torch for each person)
Medications if required
Sturdy footwear (no thongs, high heels)
Warm clothes, Mount Victoria can get very cold!
Mount Victoria Railway Museum
Pete on
  0418 416 403

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