Ghost tour tickets still available for Saturday night

TOUR hosts Mary Widow and Hutton the Hangman have been terrifying tourists and locals alike on the Ghostly Tours for years, and admit some of the supernatural phenomena truly has to be seen to be believed.

They hope Maryborough's resident supernaturals will be out in force this weekend during the Ghostly Tours and Tales of Maryborough from 6-10pm.

"We've often seen eerie red orbs glowing behind the trees at the Pioneer Cemetery," Mary said.

"There have even been reports of a child following the tour group around Monumental Cemetery, when there were no children on the tour.  

"It's a lot of frightful fun but it's not for the faint-hearted."

The tours are often booked months in advance but places are still available for the tour on Saturday, May 25, starting at 6pm from the Maryborough Post Office.

"The tour also includes a fantastic meal at the Post Office Hotel followed by dessert at Mary Delicious."

Bookings are essential and can be made at the Maryborough Visitor Information Centre, City Hall or by phoning 1800 214 789.

The council co-ordinate the monthly ghost tours in partnership with Maryborough businesses to help promote and sustain the local tourism industry.



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