Boggo Road Gaol In Dutton Park Offers A Spooky Friday The 13th Tour

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The 13th day of July this 2018 will be an interesting day for the superstitious and the curious. There will be a partial solar eclipse and at the same time, it’s Friday the 13th.

Friday the 13th happens at least once a year. On rare occasions, it can occur three times in the same year.

There are plenty of superstitious beliefs revolving around Friday the 13th and the number 13 in particular, from Jason Voorhees’ curse to the Western superstition that says this is an unlucky day, to Judas Iscariot being the unlucky “thirteenth” apostle.

Whatever it is, Friday the 13th this July is an eventful one in Dutton Park.

If you’re looking for spooky stuff to do on the 13th of July, head on over to the Boggo Road Gaol and join the ghost tour conducted by Ghost Tours Australia.

Boggo Road Gaol is known to be the most notorious Australian prison of the 20th century. It is said to be haunted by its violent past. Ghosts of prisoners walking in the dead of the night to screams from torture chambers are said to haunt the walls of the prison. Many claim to have mysterious experiences inside the gaol that are inexplicable.

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There will be six tours at the Boggo Road Gaol on 13 July. The first tour will start at 7:00 p.m. and each tour will last for 30 minutes.

You can book your tickets here.