SotF 2011: Ghosts Busted – Skeptics on the mile

19 August · 18:00 – 19:30 – now replaced with the Medical Misdemeanours and Scientific ShenanigansTour – same time, same place, same preference for terrible truths instead of romantic rumours.

From the Statue of legendary skeptic David Hume, as you traverse the old streets of this ancient city. The myths will be exposed and the spirits laid to rest.

Just what could be causing the alleged hauntings of this Old Town? Why did people see ghostly apparitions in the Nor Loch? Has there been any legitimate research into the so called “Underground City”? Your guide with first hand experience of the ghostly, or not so ghostly goings on of Edinburgh will lead you on a fun, interactive and ghost busting tour of the Old town.

This Fringe, they’re gonna get Busted!

Not recommended for younger children, and please bear in mind this is a walking tour so sensible footwear is recommended! Tour lasts approx 1 hour 15 minutes.


The Statue of David Hume
[mappress mapid=”5″] Open map in new window High Street / The Royal Mile On the  corner of George IV and The LawnmarketDavid Humes statue is the starting place for Edinburgh Skeptics famous skeptical walking tours of Edinburgh.