Oxford Ghost Tours

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What a delight! Yes, lots of ghosts but also literary history, political intrigue, and movie trivia. A terrific evening's entertainment,


Monday 22 June 2015. Our Tour Guide, Magnus, was brilliant! He was both informative and so entertaining. In fact he was so good we went on his Ghost Tour two days later, which was also very enjoyable.

Well Done!!


On 2nd April, we very much enjoyed a spine-tingling ghost tour with Magnus. Magnus has a wry sense of humour and is an excellent story teller keeping us in suspense to the last minute. We particularly liked the story of the bishop's head hurtling through the window of Balliol College!


We went on the guided ghost tour, which was highly enjoyable. Our tour guide, Magnus, was a great source for so many pieces of information! The tour was entertaining and highly interesting, so definitely worth coming back to. Thank you for a wonderful evening tour through Oxford!


A lovely experience, we know Oxford quite well but saw places we were unaware of, only two of us on the tour so had a lovely time with a very interesting and well informed man called Magnus, we didn't feel rushed at ant point even though we went over the allotted time. Exeter College chapel was one of the most beautiful places I have ever visited, think History tour would be a better description but maybe doesn't sound as interesting, we didn't see any ghosts but we didn't expect to, an excellent early evening treat


I did the walking tour in the afternoon and the ghost tour in the evening. I learned from Vinnie a lot of interesting things about the history of the town and its people. Vinnie was really great, being a student in Oxford himself, he led us through the town´s most secret corners and gave us a view behind the scenes. I really had fun and enjoyed the performance from Vinnie with a lot of anecdotes which made it very special for me. I can highly recommend both tours. It is a must!



We booked a ghost tour for our Christmas party in December 2012. It was a really good decision, everyone on the tour enjoyed it, it was an interesting way of seeing parts of Oxford we would not have seen otherwise. Vinny, the guide, was excellent. His knowledge of the history of the city, the buildings and the University was excellent. He brought it all together with some spooky stories, some of which we even believed. An excellent start to our Christmas festivities and would highly recommend this tour (and the guide). Technology Law Alliance


We went on a tour a few years ago and took a picture the next morning of the little red devil on the wall near an alley. My wife is a little sycik and the morning after a ghost walk she insisted that we find and photo the devil, a ghost is clearely visible on the photo if you send me an e mail address i will forward it to you. boardie@iafrica.com


Great ghost tour Sat 22nd Aug 09, photos taken with flash packed with orbs. thanks Stuart


I am giving this comment a bit late... But better late than never ;)

I've been to Oxford last summer and I enjoyed the trip very much. It's a wonderful town and to get another impression of Oxford some students of my language course and I went on this Ghost Tour. We all found it very interesting and the guide, Stuart Holloway, spoke very clearly and slowly enough so we could follow his stories and explanations about the different buildings. One of the most surprising things: Sarah Hounslow's gravestone:)

All in all it was a very funny and worthwhile tour.

Greetings from Berlin


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