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. See full schedule of upcoming and recorded campfires below.
Stay Tuned for more Campfires in 2021
In the meantime, enjoy recordings of our previous campfires on your own schedule!
You know the creepy nursery rhyme, now hear the tales of its darker past and real-life ghost stories! The area surrounding London Bridge is steeped in haunting history and was once thought of as the Las Vegas of London. From brothels to haunted old prisons, to operations without anesthetic in the world’s oldest operating theatre – this campfire will be a wild and spooky ride through the very colourful heart of London. Featuring: Jacqui Travaglia, Lantern Ghost Tours (UK) and Jim Dean, Haunted Walks Inc. (CAN).
Recorded: Saturday, Feb 27th, 2021
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
Join the Haunted Walk’s talented storytellers as we unveil our scariest stories in honour of Halloween night. We won’t pull any punches on this one, so this event is intended for adults only. Huddle under your blankets and enjoy some deliciously spooky tales from Ontario’s past. Featuring: Glen Shackleton, Jim Dean, and Margo MacDonald from Haunted Walks Inc. (CAN).
Recorded: October 31, 2020
Perched on the sides of the hills surrounding St. John’s harbour, and often wreathed in misty fog, St. John’s is steeped in history, and the paranormal. Join Dale Jarvis, creator of the Haunted Hike, for a virtual journey into the dark underbelly of St. John’s and Newfoundland’s sordid past. This is a recording that you can watch at your leisure. Featuring: Dale Jarvis, St. John’s Haunted Hike (CAN) and Jim Dean, Haunted Walks Inc. (CAN).
Recorded: Saturday, March 20th, 2021
Fort Langley sits along the misty shores of the Fraser River in British Columbia. When our guest Aman Johal began asking locals if they knew any ghost stories about the area, he didn’t expect many responses. Now, he has so many that he runs sold-out ghost tours every October. This is a recording that you can watch at your leisure. Featuring: Aman Johal, Grave Tales & Parks Canada (CAN) and Jim Dean, Haunted Walks Inc. (CAN).
Recorded: Saturday, March 6th, 2021
Eerie & unexplainable tales from Northern Ontario and other isolated spots! Join paranormal author and raconteur Mark Leslie as he shares a combination of hair-raising true tales of ghosts, spectres, & other unexplainable phenomena alongside tales written to be shared around a campfire. This is a recording that you can watch at your leisure. Featuring: Mark Leslie (CAN) and Jim Dean, Haunted Walks Inc. (CAN).
Recorded: Saturday, March 13th, 2021
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
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
Join Shiverpool tour guide, ChillerBlack, on a sea-soaked eve of twisted tales and ghost stories around the virtual campfire. Liverpool, England is an enchanting river city, home to lofty banking halls and marble facades, where lamp-lit alleyways lead to dank and airless dungeons. This is a recording that you can watch at your leisure. Featuring: ChillerBlack, Shiverpool (UK) and Jim Dean, Haunted Walks Inc. (CAN)
Recorded: Saturday, Apr 3rd, 2021
Combine tragedy with a few murderous souls and a life filled with hardship, and you start to see why historic jails are often seen as the most haunted places around. From Australia to the UK and all across North America, you’ll find examples of prisons with a haunted past. Their stories will chill you to the bone despite the virtual warmth of the “campfire” we will gather ourselves around. Featuring: Jacqui Travaglia, Lantern Ghost Tours (UK and AUS), Ross Allison, Spooked in Seattle (US), and Glen Shackleton, Haunted Walks Inc. (CAN)
Recorded: Sunday, Oct 18th, 2020