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Spooky tour is coming to Bury St Edmunds this Halloween

15:21 29 October 2014

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Mike Dean on the Ghostly and Macabre Bury walk - which runs each year

Tour guide Mike Dean on the Ghostly and Macabre Bury walk - which runs each year

A ghostly tour of Bury St Edmunds hopes to give visitors a fright this Halloween.

Martyn Taylor, a Bury tour guide, is people to come along on Friday for this year’s Ghostly and Macabre Walk.

“We can’t give too much away but let’s just say it’s a pretty spooky tour, that’s for sure. It even scares me,” said Mr Taylor.

He added: “Want to hear about grizzly murders, ghostly goings-on, spooky happenings, poltergeists and the book made from human skin?

“Our guides have many years’ experience and know all the best spooky tales and locations in Bury St Edmunds.”

The Ghostly and Macabre Walk is suitable for children aged 10 and up. All children must be supervised by an adult. For more information or to book, please call the Apex Box Office on 01284 758000.

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