Gibraltar Ghost Tours
Join our Ghost Tours and Paranormal Experience on a thrilling adventure with our Spiritual Medium whilst visiting Gibraltar’s most iconic haunted locations.
A Paranormal Experience in Gibraltar
Do you love History and the Paranormal?? Then look no further and join our Ghost Tours. Not for the faint-hearted, our tours include the participation of a spiritual medium and a historian.
Your Paranormal Team consists of; John Carreras (a Sceptic Guide) and Samantha Jayne Donbavand (well known Spiritual Medium). Samantha starred in 3 seasons of the GBC Ghost Trail. A gifted Medium with a wealth of experience has answered the calling to be your medium and protector on this tour.
Join them on Gibraltar’s scariest tour in Gibraltar that will make any sceptic a believer!
You will be taken to Casemates Square (a historic Execution Site) and Land Port Tunnel / Ditch, full of energy from lost spirits. Be amazed at how Samantha interprets their energy and help them to move onto the light and peace. Our guide will then analyse the readings of Samantha to explain if these are linked to any historical occurrence at the site.
All participants will need to fully obey the instructions of the Medium and Guide at all times.
Gibraltar Haunted Sites
Grand Casemates Square was previously the designated area for public military hangings by the English Military. The last recorded public hanging was in 1864 with the garrison paraded up to witness the hanging.
Up until 1864, Gibraltar had public executions included in it’s laws as Capital punishment.
One famous public hanging was that of Private George Shaw of the 7th fusiliers in 8th November 1862
Records show his, name, his regiment and the exact date of his hanging – but no information has been found regarding the reason why. The large number of soldiers shown on the image suggests that the entire Garrison was forced to watch, therefore it had to be a grewsome crime. This was the last recorded hanging in Casemates.
Rock on the Rock Night Club
Initially a Victualing Yard during the 18th Century, this venue was used as a general stores for the military Garrison and also as a bakery.
The venue is now a popular Rock Night Club where local rock artists and enthusiasts perform on a weekly basis.
The venue is known for a permanent spirit that haunts the place, which legend suggest could be the original owned of the venue.