Thunder Bay’s newest haunted theme walk…Halloween Town!


Fright NightTHUNDER BAY – If you are one of those Thunder Bay last minute ticket buyers, you know, the people who figure that you don’t have to rush to get your tickets, then you are one of those who will miss out on the Haunted Fort Nights at Fort William Historical Park. Tickets for the event which runs from October 21st to 23rd and 28th to 30th are sold out.

That means your best choice for a fright night will come at the Founder’s Museum and Village.

Brian Cronk shares, “We had a super busy first night! The people that I talked to could not believe that this was our first ever walk at Founders. It just shows what a fantastic group of friends can do when they set their minds to it, thank you all and…bring on the screams!!”

The Thunder Bay Paranormal Society has been out at Founder’s as well, seeking out the truth behind the stories they have heard about ghosts and other scary events at the museum.

A once quaint, little village on the edge of town has gone sinisterly wrong. Visit Thunder Bays newest haunted theme walk…HALLOWEEN TOWN!

Dare to make your way through the 13 actor filled, haunted areas of this turn of the century village. October 21, 22, 28, 29, 30th, Dark til 10:00. The walk is in support of and located at Founders Museum / Pioneer Village on Highway 61. Tickets $15 tax included. For more info visit or call 620-8946.

Founder’s Museum advises, “We have been asked by many what the age limits are on the walk and we have a hard time answering that question due to the children each having their own level of fear tolerance. I personally witnessed a 6 year old girl come out laughing and moments later a 11 year old girl crying as she was too scared. Please keep in mind that our production of Halloween Town does include the following; blood, gore, zombies, scary areas, creepy people and also loud noises and strobe lights. Our aim is to scare you and hope you enjoy!”

For more information stay tuned to Shaw Cable 10 television in Thunder Bay or visit Thunder Bay Paranormal online.

If you have something you would like investigated, Thunder Bay Paranormal advises, “We conduct our investigations by using multiple IR video cameras on DVR systems, handheld IR video cameras, digital photography, digital voice recorders, motion sensors, emf detectors, vibration detectors, digital thermometers, and other devices to examine a location in search of alleged paranormal activity. Primarily, we will set out to recreate and debunk any reported experiences at a location. We believe in eliminating non-paranormal causes of activity above all else. Anything that cannot be debunked, is then investigated as unexplained phenomena.

We do not, and will not ever charge a fee for our services. We also will not request any sort of donation for our work. We are doing this to help you understand what you are experiencing, as well as to help us further our understanding of the paranormal. Any cost incurred (including travel to the site) will be covered by the team”.

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