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What kind of tour starts in the evening: A dinner show? A star-gazing tour? And … of course a ghost tour. South Africa's ghost tours tell you about those restless spirits all over the country. The famed poisoner Daisy de Melker walks in the Johannesburg Supreme Court; the lonely guy in red jacket, reading his evening newspaper in the sitting room; the floating ghost ship in Cape Town; a phantom hitch hiker in Port Elizabeth; the haunted prison in Grahamstown and many many others... All these stories to some extent reveals the historical background of South Africa.
Among all the cities, the most haunted one is Kimberley, expected to have about 126 haunted sites. According to Dr Peter Le Sueur - a quantum physicist, he explained that apart from the diamond miners who died underground, Kimberley possesses lots of diamonds which being a kind of crystal, channel energy and gather exceptionally thick metaphysical energy. This is where the paranormal energy imprints itself.
With a decade’s history, the paranormal tour is carried out in each cities of South Africa: Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Grahamstown. There is scheduled public tour and tailored made group tour (minimum 30 people). In addition, occasional ghost walk or ghost evening with dinner at other various haunted cities like Kimberley, Stellenbosch, Price Albert, Ladysmith. Scheduled tour is around ZAR300 per person.
The tour starts at a local pub (strong liquor believed to help), departing at 1900 and returns just after midnight if you could made it. You would visit about 4 haunted, murder, mystery sites and cemeteries, so bring your torch and camera. The guide would introduce the history and science of the paranormal, explain different types of ghosts and the story behind each haunted venue. Teaching you to use the dowsing rods to detect energy fields at the site is a must try.