Thursday, 5 February 2009

An Adventure Experience Of A Ghostly Nature

Referring to oneself as an open minded skeptic is bound to evoke a reaction from some quarters. While the academics among us may go Mmm an oxymoron, your drinking buddies will probably tell you, you are a moron. I like to think of myself as being open-minded; I do however struggle when it comes to all things super natural as it is in my opinion, an area where skepticism does have a rightful place.

In doing the thought process, I’m not sure I’m what one would call a hardened skeptic; simply because there are just too many thousands of people who have reported outlandish experiences, and with so much having been written on the subject, there simply has to be bases of truth in it. In yesterdays post, I mentioned that there is such a thing as tours to haunted houses and have since done a bit of web browsing on it. In doing so, I came across an extraordinary activity provider who it would appear has taken the adventure experience concept to a whole new dimension.

The home page very cleverly, at the risk of giving my age away; does have a “True Ghost Storey” comic book feel to it. It’s called “Mark Rose-Christie's The Mystery Ghost Bus Tour,” and needless to say, they are the people to call if its haunted houses you are wanting to see. The fact that they have been going for as long as 9 years, for me is a clear indication that they do have something very real to offer, and the following reviews from various publications, certainly does support that.

I have to admit that even this hardened skeptic got a shiver down her spine" - Tracy Melass, TNT Travel Magazine, London
"For the sceptic who says there's no such thing as ghosts, Rose-Christie gives them something to think about" - Star
"Fiendishly Different ... You really get your money's worth" - The Citizen
"Top Seller at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown" - Die Burger
"High Spirits & Lot's of Fun" – Argus

Well there you have it……. Spooky isn’t it?

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