The Aurora Pet Cemetery is exposed on video, for the first time.
Join us 7:30PM on June 8th at The Aurora Community Centre.
The evening begins with eerie ghost stories, and is completed with a documentary of the soon to be National Historic Site.
This is an accessible event. Seating is on a first come basis.
Tickets available at AuroraAntiques.ca
Join us and discover the spirits that roam Aurora's landscape.
Creepy Tours is evidence based. We interview, we record, we study.
Spirits are at play against the backdrop of Aurora's 1800's architecture. Crowds have gasped as camera and cellphone batteries drain before their eyes.
Come hear and witness first hand the unexplained and downright creepy side of the picturesque community situated just north of Toronto. You will not be the same after visiting us.
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After a first hand encounter at the Filly & Firkin pub in 2011 Creepy Tours enlisted the help of TV's
Their visit uncovers the spirit of Annie Dunning and is viewable in episode 83 from the 7th season of their popular show.
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Ready to face the dead? Join us for a series of walks around Olde Aurora this Summer. We launch from Town Park on the first Saturday in June, July & August.
The Aurora Pet Cemetery sits on a hill almost 900 feet above sea level. Thousands of head-stones and arts & craft monuments are spread over the neglected site, some dating back to the early 1930s.
Instrumental in the site being protected under the Ontario Heritage Act back in 2013 , Creepy Tours is advocating for designation as a National Historic Site. Learn more about the efforts to inventory the headstones here.
A full moon has long been debated as causing people to act different or unusual but can an event change our mind or our beliefs in a happening?
It can when music is heard coming from closets and on radios that are not plugged in. It’s even more alarming when these events are decades apart, and the same song.
At Creepy Tours we love full moons, especially if they are blue.
If you've heard any haunting tracks be sure to let us know so we can add them to our playlist
Aurora Town Park is at the intersection
of Mosley St. & Wells St.
Tours depart from the West Entrance.
David Heard has been public speaking since the age of seven.
A proud lifelong Auroran David's family roots trace back to the early 1800s with research uncovering an erie connection to the Ghost of the St. Lawrence Market.
Recipient of the Town of Aurora's 2014 Heritage Excellence Award David has conducted regular walking tours of Aurora over the past decade.
Currently at work on a book chronicling his journey David would be honored to share his passion for storytelling with you on his next tour.
After digging into her own genealogy, Nanci uncovered a story about a young ancestor sent to Canada from an English workhouse, who ended up on trial for murder. This sparked her interest in writing the Detective Hodgins Victorian Mysteries.
Nanci has published two novellas in the series : Body in the Harbour and Death on Duchess Street. You can find out more at Murder Does Pay, Ink.
On average tours last 90 minutes in length.
Tours run rain or shine and cover a lot of ground so be sure to dress for comfort and the weather.
For the enjoyment of all we ask you to leave your dog at home. Service dogs are permitted.
Tickets are available for $15 at the event. Creepy Tours is only set up to accept cash.
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Tightly woven into the very fabric of Creepy Tours is the spirit of giving.
Through the years your spirit has given hope to The Heart and Stroke Foundation, Crohns and Colitis Canada, The Aurora Food Pantry, The York Region Abuse Program, Aurora Rise and Shine Breakfast Program and Kerry's Place Autism Services.
All tour admissions help someone. We are all someone.
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