Prepare for the weather! Bring layers of clothing as it can change very quickly. Good walking shoes. If you have your own ghost hunting equipment, bring it along!
Please no vaping/smoking of any kind, and at this time we don't allow animals on the tour.
See special needs for service dogs.
Our tours typically take, approximately two ( 2 ) hours, depending on the size of the group and the length of ghost hunting at certain stops.
We do not allow animals on the tour, unless it is a service dog and you have documentation. Please contact us if you have any special needs or requirements. We will do our best to accommodate. Our tours are wheelchair accessible. See degree of difficulty for further information.
We have not scheduled a bathroom break, however, we can direct you to a few in the area if needed. Please go before you leave home/work.
Our tours are wheelchair friendly, and there are no steps to navigate. The walking portion takes approximately one hour and is rated easy. We will mostly be on flat sidewalks, with one or two moderate inclines. Please do wear comfortable shoes. We don't recommend high heels.
YES!! we will cancel tours up to one hour before departure. Please check your email as we will send you a notification and it will also be posted on our website if the tour has been cancelled. The Tour will be cancelled under the following conditions: torrential rain, lightning, blizzard, temperature falls below minus - 5 Celsius and extreme wind. We will offer a Full Refund or reschedule you to a different tour. We want you to enjoy the experience and not worry about being cold or wet.
We pride ourselves, in "digging up" authentic ghost stories. Some stories are passed down orally through folklore and become legends, but we strive to determine if they are factual and based on real life events. We have spent countless hours compiling our ghost stories to be able to tell you authentic and true stories. Our research is a compilation of historical documentation from the archives at the Glenbow, U of C, Genealogy organizations, Calgary Library, Eye Witness accounts, interviews, and our very own psychic.
Yes, we recommend 10 and over. While we love telling ghost stories to all ages, unpredictable events may take place during the ghost hunting portion of our evening. If beliefs surrounding the dead, ghosts, hauntings and spirits that have departed in unfortunate accidents and suicide are too disturbing, then you may want to refrain from taking the Public tour, and book a Private tour which can be tailored to exactly the scare level you desire . We do not have any "jump scares" but the above concepts will be discussed. Viewer discretion is advised.
We will meet you infant of the Hose and Hound on 9th Avenue.
We will make every effort to accommodate your request, however, we can not guarantee that there will be room available at the time of departure. It is advisable to purchase tickets in advance to ensure a place on our tour.
There is paid parking at the Deane house, as well there is free street parking all along the streets of Inglewood after 6 p.m. In addition there is a paid parking lot off of 10th Street and 9th Avenue S.E.
Everyone sees, hears and experiences events differently. It's often left up to personal interpretation but here's what we know: you can capture an EVP electronic voice phenomenon on a tape recorder, or any other digital recording device. You may capture an image on video or photographic evidence on a cell phone. You will also witness the evidence we may capture on our equipment.
We will absolutely refund or reschedule your tour if we cancel for any reason. If you cancel, we will not issue a refund, but if you need to reschedule we would be happy to help you find a different date that works. You must give us 24 hours to reschedule.