Mr. Gabriel David Sumegi Newman the 2nd is hosting his 13th annual Ghost Tours of Vernon Oct. 24-27.

Visit some of Vernon’s infamous haunts

The 13th annual Ghost Tours of Vernon will take you to local haunts just in time for Halloween.

Do stories of haunted houses, monsters, gruesome murders, paranormal anomalies and macabre historical oddities get your heart racing?

Mr. Gabriel David Sumegi Newman the 2nd is hosting his 13th annual Ghost Tours of Vernon just in time for Halloween.

Starting from the steps between the Vernon museum and former library (3009-32nd Ave.), the outdoor walking tour runs Oct. 24 to 27 at 7 p.m.

A professional storyteller and performer, as well as education coordinator for the Greater Vernon Museum & Archives, Newman created his ghost tours as a way of combining the art of storytelling with local history.

The tour is approximately one hour and 21 minutes, and runs rain, snow or shine. Patrons should dress warm and wear appropriate footwear. Cost is $10/adult and $5 for 12 and under, payable directly to Newman. Cash only. No reservations are necessary unless booking a private tour for 20 or more.

Visit for more information, or contact Newman at 250-260-8757,


Just Posted

Okanagan College business program compounds opportunites for finance students

The college has recieved Chartered Financial Analysist credentials for finance students

Kelowna torchbearers announced for Canada Games

The torch will be passed to Kelowna Nov. 30

Kelowna RCMP issue tickets during Hells Angels annual Poker Run

The 90 participants were held up in Glenmore

Kelowna’s Little Owl Academy recieved award of excellence

They are one of the recipients of the Child Care Award of Excellence from the B.C. government.

Triple O’s hosts their nineth annual KidSport Day fundraiser

A ‘Stadium Burger’ has been created for the event

Weekday weather update

A look at your Okanagan-Shuswap weekday weather for Sept. 24

Edmonton cannabis company revenues more than triples to $19.1 million

Aurora Cannabis revenues more than triple in fourth quarter

B.C. pharmacist suspended for giving drugs with human placenta

RCMP had samples of the seized substances tested by Health Canada

Seattle one step closer to NHL after arena plan approved

Seattle City Council unanimously approved plans for a privately funded $700 million renovation of KeyArena

Harvest Moon to light up B.C. skies with an ‘autumn hue’

It’s the first moon after the autumn equinox

Hockey league gets $1.4M for assistance program after Humboldt Broncos crash

Program will help players, families, coaches and volunteers after the shock of the deadly crash

New arts council formed in Lake Country

Get to Know Us Extravaganza is Sept. 29

Don’t feed birds in the parking lot

Vernon wildlife control services owner says feeding ducks and geese, or any wildlife, is bad

Most Read