Walking With Ghosts By Anthony Khatchaturian 25 June 2016

Walking With Ghosts By Anthony Khatchaturian 25 June 2016

 

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Date 25th June Time 11.30 PM (Saturday)
Price - Rs 888/Adult
Rs 250/Students (school & college only)
Rs 0/Children (Upto 5 Years of Age)
Rs 0/Police & Army Personal
****Free for all those who have attended before if they come with somebody****

LetUsGo Presents the famous ''Walking With Ghosts'' Once more.
As covered in the Times of India and Ei Samay:
Come see Kol's infamous haunted buildings
Hear stories of ghosts walking through offices
Dead wives speaking with their husbands
Mysterious piano music and 
The screams of the dead! 

Along the way, see Kol by night and get a free heritage tour thrown in - They will show you other Heritage buildings along the route, tell you their history and unravel the story of colonial Kolkata.

Trip Details:
Ample and free parking at New Market.
Start at 11.30 pm sharp outside the front of New Market (opposite Khadims)
They will loop back to the start point so you can get back to your cars or arrange for transportation.
This is a walking tour, so please be prepared to Walk. Wear comfortable shoes and clothing. Bring drinking water (Atleast 1 Ltr).
There will be no toilets available on the route. 
Photography allowed and encouraged. 
Police will be notified of our route and do keep checking on us.
In the event of a Ghost being seen, the guide accepts no responsibility for anyone's safety, the guide will be the first to run away, very fast.

About LetUsGo's Explorer: Anthony, a philanthropist and descendant of Johness Carapiet Galstaun, creator of most of the Raj era buildings in Kolkata - has started Ghost Walks as an interesting way of showcasing the city's built heritage. Ghost walks are big business in cities like Edinburgh, New Orleans and Sydney. His family built 350 buildings across Kolkata - Nizam Palace, Freemasons Hall, Queens Mansions, all of Ballygunge, big donors toward the construction of Victoria memorial. He was born here but grew up, studied, worked and live in the UK. Was with the famous ''Scotland Yard'' for 10 years. Returned to India to start Swachh Bharat, a year before the present govt, in 2013, by setting up an NGO - ''Garbage Free India''.

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