RECORDED Virtual Haunted Campfire – London’s Most Haunted

Virtual Campfire

Next Available: April 22, 2024
More dates available:
  • April 23, 2024
  • April 24, 2024
  • April 25, 2024
  • April 26, 2024
Anywhere with Internet Access
90 minutes
$14.99 $9.99 per Device (for a limited time!)
Spookiness Scale

After terrifying us last winter with spooky stories about London Bridge, our friends from Lantern Ghost Tours join us once again to share a new batch of English ghost stories. Although it isn’t on the tourist map, London’s Farringdon neighbourhood is home to some of the world’s darkest haunted history. It is where: Braveheart was murdered, Bloody Mary executed hundreds of Protestants, Sweeney Todd spent time in jail, and The Great Fire of London finally ended. Needless to say, this one is not for the faint of heart! Featuring: Ross Daniels (Lantern Ghost Tours) and Jim Dean (Haunted Walks Inc.).

Recorded: October 9, 2021

Virtual Haunted Campfires

 

Grab a Hot Chocolate, Cozy Up with a Warm Blanket and Get Ready for Some Spooky Chills at Home! 

Featuring an incredible line-up of the best ghost storytellers and haunted locations in the world. Join in the fun with these interactive, spooky and fun storytelling events.

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Toronto is known for its skyscrapers and bright lights, but the Toronto History Museums contain much of the city’s rich and intriguing past. What visitors to these historic sites may not realize is that they are also some of the most haunted spots in Toronto. For the first time ever, we are bringing together storytellers from four of these sites to share their tales. Gather round the virtual campfire as we uncover the ghost stories from Colborne Lodge, Fort York, Mackenzie House, and Montgomery’s Inn.

Recorded: Saturday, Apr 24th, 2021

Next available: April 21, 2024
90 minutes
$14.99 $9.99 per Device (for a limited time!)

There are few buildings with a stronger connection to the supernatural than Laurier House. Ottawa’s haunted mansion was the home of two former Prime Ministers. Sir Wilfrid Laurier lived there for over 20 years and died in the house in 1919. William Lyon Mackenzie King then made it his home until 1948. King had a deep interest in spiritualism and would routinely hold séances and table-rapping sessions in the building, attempting to speak with the dead. Is it possible that these attempts opened a doorway to the spirit realm? At the campfire, we will share ghost stories and spooky history about the building. Featuring: Brittney Bos and Jim Dean, Haunted Walks Inc. (CAN).

Recorded: Saturday, Feb 20th, 2021

Next available: April 21, 2024
90 minutes
$14.99 $9.99 per Device (for a limited time!)

Our special guests make their homes at opposite ends of this creepy continent but are some of Canada’s finest storytellers. From ghost ships to haunted pubs, the true north strong and free is also the perfect place for a supernatural encounter. Join us around the “fire” as we share our favourite stories just before welcoming in the final weekend of our spooky season. Featuring: Dale Jarvis, St. John’s Haunted Hike (CAN),  John Adams, Ghostly Walks of Victoria (CAN) and Glen Shackleton, Haunted Walks Inc. (CAN).

Recorded: Thursday, Oct 29th, 2020

Next available: April 21, 2024
90 minutes
$14.99 $9.99 per Device (for a limited time!)