Belfasts Ghost Bus - The only Professional Theatrical Experience this Halloween, The Only Halloween Tour Belfast to bring you to the Haunted Graveyard.
Ghost Bus Belfast Halloween Tours Running
Belfast Ghost Bus Halloween Tours Running
20th October - 31st october 2012
TIMES: 6.30PM, 7.30PM and 8:30PM each night
Come along and enjoy a night of ghosts, horror and fright with BELFAST GHOST BUS!!!!!!
The tours will start from outside Jurys Inn on Fisherwick Place
During the tour you will here stories of ghosts that have haunted the streets of Belfast for many years.
We will take you on a 45 minute bus tour, through some of the haunted spots of Belfast, then we will take you on a Halloween haunted walking tour where the dead come to life. Meet the ghost of Sir Arthur Chichester, who will guide you as you meet spirits, both friendly and unfriendly. Encounter the grave robber who taught Burke and Hare everything they know, but just don't turn your back on her or it could be the last thing you do. Talk with a spirit who went down with the titanic and hear his tales of hauntings at sea. And meet a very odd gentleman, who's not what he seems, and who definitely can't be trusted. Walk with caution and beware, and you might just make it out alive!!!' - In total the tour will last approximately 1hr 45 minutes
Belfast's first and original Ghost Bus
Prices: £16 per adult | £8 per child | £12 per student/senior concession | £40 (family ticket - 2 adults and 2 children under 16 only)
Discounted prices also available for Groups of 10 or more
Please Contact: 02890 315531
Quote - Mr Totten - Department For Regional Development (NI Gov)
I cannot speak highly enough of the Hidden Ireland / Allen's Tours, Ghost Bus Tour. It rivals any other tour I have been on in the UK, even the famous Edinburgh Ghost Tours. The bus tour guide was very informative with the old Belfast ghost stories as we drove round Belfast. But the highlight was most definitely the old grave yard tour, what a setting. The different characters / actors were of a very high standard and put the heart and soul into their characters. I loved the way the ghosts were linked to Belfast, from Sir Arthur Chichester to an acquaintance of Burke And Hare and the old ship yard worker who died working on the Titanic. I would have no hesitation in recommending this tour to anyone.
Review / Article From The Belfast Ghost Bus
Ghosts! Yes! I believe in them! And so do millions of others around the planet! I have been all over and have told many stories of my journeys to Patagonia, the Amazon, Transylvania, France and now I am headed over to Ireland to continue my wanderings in the paranormal world. I am equipped with EMF detectors, dousing rods, EVP machines and the like so all I have to find now are some ghost haunting Belfast!!
I have been looking around on the internet and it seems that Belfast is well equipped with Belfast ghost tours. There are apparently plenty of spirits to be seen wandering the earth up around the streets of haunted Belfast and I cannot wait to get over there and do some ghost tours Belfast. I have actually been speaking to some paranormal societies over in Northern Ireland via email and they have so far told me that they can give me a couple of free paranormal Belfast tours. I typed paranormal tours Belfast into google and it came back with a plethora of stuff so hopefully I will be lucky and get a few of these for free! Another thing that has really caught my attention is the "haunted weekends Belfast" which keeps popping up in my google. Apparently you get on a bus and it takes you all around the haunted sites of Northern Ireland and they give you ghost hunting equipment in order to be better able to find spirits. You apparently get to even use a Ouija board, but I think I am a little bit afraid of them.
You see, my best friend lost her father when she was just six years old. He was handicapped man, in a wheelchair, and one day out of the blue he wheeled himself down to some railway tracks and was mangled under a high speed train. She has had issues with men ever since as she was ditched for the first time by a man at just six years old. However something that has always creeped her out is that he had used a Ouija board the night before he died, he was with all his mates and they were drinking and having fun. They said he was in high spirits, you wouldn't have thought he was a suicide risk and then the next day….gone. So as you can imagine, I don't trust those boards to deliver spirits who are here to help.
There is also an amazing looking tour where you jump on a bus in Belfast, the windows are all blacked out and you head down to Dublin for a night of thrills and chills!! It sounds absolutely brilliant, you get a ghost tour in Dublin and then a pub crawl, you stay in Dublin for the night and then wend your way up to Belfast visiting all the historical sites along the way! That is a must do for sure!