It's 'Half-Term Horror' this February with Blackpool Ghost Walks 6 February 2018 by Visit Blackpool Blackpool-based Supernatural Events is back with its chilling and thrilling Blackpool Ghost Walks for the February Half Term. The spooky strolls will take place during the school holiday period from Friday 9th to Sunday 11th and again from Friday 16th to Sunday 18th February at 7.30pm. Starting at VisitBlackpool Tourist Information Centre on The Promenade, the walks will take in the town’s most haunted hotspots including some of its most famous buildings and attractions. Join Stephen Mercer, aka The Victorian Ghost Hunter, author of Haunted Blackpool and founder of award-winning local spooky events company Supernatural Events, as he guides you to some of the resort’s most famous, and most haunted, locations where you will hear tales of terror, stories of the supernatural, myths, mystery and horrifying hauntings! The spooky strolls begin on the promenade (meeting at VisitBlackpool’s Tourist Information Centre situated between The Tower and North Pier) and wind their way around streets in the town centre stopping at some of Blackpool’s most important buildings and attractions with those in attendance learning of the town’s haunted heritage! Stephen said, “I am really looking forward to the Half Term Blackpool Ghost Walks. There are some new stops, some new stories, as well as some old favourites this year. If you’ve got a fascination for phantoms and ghosts, hauntings, local history and heritage then the walks are perfect for you. They are great fun as well as just a little scary! I’d advise people to book their tickets in advance as the walks can be very popular.” Blackpool Ghost Walks (which has been ranked the number one “Tour in Blackpool” on TripAdvisor for three consecutive years) is an outside walking tour and takes place whatever the weather. They are fully accessible for all, family-friendly and last approximately one and a half hours. Tickets are just £6, £3.50 for under 16s or £16 for a family of four (minimum of one under 16 in attendance), and can be purchased in advance from www.BlackpoolGhostWalks.co.uk or www.SupernaturalEvents.co.uk although if you buy your ticket online during January then you can take advantage of a special discounted price! Tickets can also be purchased from VisitBlackpool Tourist Information Centre or from your host on the night of a ghost walk. If you want to delve even deeper into the paranormal do visit Supernatural Events’ website where you can find more information on their tours and investigations at locations including Blackpool Zoo, Fleetwood’s North Euston Hotel, Lytham Hall, The Regent, Lancaster Castle, Morecambe Winter Gardens and many more… if you’re brave enough that is!