Magician's calls for Carmarthen ghost stories for spooky town tour
HAVE you seen a ghost in Carmarthen? Do you know a story about a haunting or spooky experience in the town?
If so, your tales are needed by a magician and story-teller who is starting a guided tour called the Carmarthen Spooky Town Tour.
Nick Brunger is looking for stories of ghosts and hauntings to add to the experience.
The 59-year-old, of Felingwm-Isaf, has already been leading tours telling true stories of crime and punishment in Carmarthen at the town's former Victorian Police station — now the tourist information centre at Castle House.
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He said: "There is a very rich history to the town and I have several gruesome history stories which will be on the tour, but want to build up spooky tales about ghosts to incorporate into the town.
"It's a new idea for Carmarthen that follows on from work I've done before.
"Each tour will take approximately 90 minutes and will begin at the Guildhall steps and work its way around Nott Square, King Street and Spilman Street before culminating at Castle House just inside the castle walls."
He said when he starts in June people will hear unsettling stories from the past, see interactive spooky magic tricks and stand where crowds watched public executions.
He added: "The popularity of BBC TV's comedy series Horrible Histories proves that the nastier bits of our past are incredibly popular with both children and adults.
"I think people will be very interested and its another great event for the town.
"That is why I want people to tell me their stories."
The tours are expected to be divided between a daytime tour tailored for families and children with an evening one more suited to adults.
If you have any Carmarthen spooky stories that you think may be of interest, contact Mr Brunger via firstname.lastname@example.org