Is Toronto the meeting place for the living, or...the dead? Each of my Toronto neighbourhood ghost walks starts off with that eerie kicker and we wrap up the night, asking each other the question again.
As Earth comes back to life this Spring, spirits of the dead will begin to stir in anticipation of May 1st, a halfway-point to Halloween celebration of old tradition. Several nights before and after May 1st are devoted to the supernatural, when the door to the Other Side has been known to creak open and reveal the shadowy realm of ghosts and spirits.
|Comforting treats on Haunted Kensington, |
Chinatown & The Grange Walk
Just think... not one but four eerie ghost walk experiences under the full moon, whether you're a longtime Toronto resident, newcomer or seasoned traveler... By the way, we highly recommend bringing along your digital cameras - as you might end up with a bonus or two aside re-discovering Toronto carved in stone!
|Ghosts, Greasepaint & Gallows Walk|
Sneak peek at the May Equinox Toronto Ghost Walks schedule:
Ghosts, Greasepaint & Gallows Walk Fri. April 26th, 2013 6:30-9:00pm
Highlights: Strong vibes from the lost public hanging square; site of Grand Opera; and Toronto's First Mayor's Home
Starts: St Lawrence Market
Ends: Eaton's Centre
Haunted Yorkville, U of T & Queen's Park Walk Tues. April 30th 6:30-9:00pm
Highlights: old Christie Mansion; tracing last steps of tragic chase in famous lecture hall
Starts/Ends: ROM's steps between 2 marble Lions
Haunted Kensington, Chinatown & The Grange Walk Thurs. May 2nd 6:30-9:00pm
Highlights: Vintage shop, old abandoned church
Starts: Red Pole with Black Cat on Yellow Chair, 350 Spadina Ave/St Andrew St
Phantoms, Players & Pundits Walk Fri. May 3rd 6:30-9:00pm
Highlights: strong vibes at the forgotten public hanging square
Starts/Ends: Old City Hall's front steps, 60 Queen St W
See details of Ghost Walks, and pre-register via Events at A Taste of the World's FaceBook page or send us an email info@TorontoWalksBikes.com or call us (416) 923-6813
|Haunted Yorkville, U of T & Queen's Park Walk|