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GHOST STORIES: Chris Stewart and Jacqui Rudge will lead the Spirit of Bathurst tours which will visit some of the city’s spookiest places. Photo: PHILL MURRAY 022617pghostUNEXPLAINED happenings and screechings in the middle of night – the upcoming Spirit of Bathurst tour is set to give you shivers.
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The tour is new to the annual Autumn Colours program, and organisers have some spooky tales to share.

Hauntings, unexplained screeching sounds and even a ghost nurse are on the tour itinerary.

Tour leader Chris Stewart, from the Family History Group of Bathurst, says the city’s 200-year history ensures there are some great scary stories.

The one-hour bus tour will take people across Bathurst to key sites, including the city’s water filtration plant.

“There were reports of a screeching ghost there at the waterworks,” Mr Stewart said.

He said, many years ago, someone volunteered to spend the night there to try and discover what was making the noise.

“Some workers didn’t want to work there [because of the sounds],” he said.

Tour participants will also visit the site of an old house at Learmonth Park that was rumoured to be haunted.

“We’re going to read from old stories and newspaper articles from the time,” Mr Stewart said.

Spooky ghost stories have long held an interest for many people, and Mr Stewart is hopeful the tours will be well attended.

Tours will be held on March 6, April 3 and May 1, at 7.30pm.

Cost is $10 for adults or $6 concession and bookings are essential. Contact the Bathurst Visitor Information Centre on 6332 1444.

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