A Zombie Walk is Coming to Mississauga
Have you ever wanted to explore spookier parts of Mississauga in elaborate costume?
If the answer is yes, you are in luck—a cultural walking tour that pairs learning and zombies (which, we hope, are still trending hard this Halloween) is about to take place in Port Credit and residents are welcome to partake in the eerie festivities.
The Zombie Walk tour, hosted by the Port Credit BIA, will actually be the last Cultural Walking Tour of the season.
On Saturday, Oct. 28, residents can tour what's known as one of Port Credit's "most unusual cemeteries" in the gorgeous—and supposedly haunted—Adamson Estate.
If you want to be extra festive, be sure to show up in a zombie costume.
If you're interested in joining the tour, you can meet the guide and group in front of La Villa Bakery (331 Lakeshore Rd. E.) at 7:00 p.m.
To give a little background on Adamson Estate, the property, located at 850 Enola Avenue, is a 13.33 acre waterfront park with public gardens and a private but stunning main house. It was originally the summer property of the Cawthra family and was built in 1919.
According to The Searcher Group -Paranormal Research and Investigations in Ontario a groundskeeper who pined over another servant who worked in the main estate committed suicide when his feelings were not reciprocated, hanging himself in the drive through of the coach house.
He is believed to still wander the grounds.
Perhaps you'll encounter him on your ghoulish walk?
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