Since 1836, Adelaide has become the home to some of the worlds most notorious crimes in Australia. Come with us as our tour takes you to times past where you will discover some of Adelaide's most infamous murders.
We give you the details of a crime whilst standing at the exact location where it took place. Visit the locations of stabbings and shootings and view some of Adelaide's own haunted buildings.
Hear the story of John Balaban who tied up, stabbed and mutilated 29 year old Zora Kusic, and view the building where Arthur Hines murdered his 23 year old wife on Hindley Street back in 1910.
We show you where Spadge left some of his victims on Hindley street and show you the building that Mrs Webster from Cumberland Park jumped to her death. Listen to the tragedy of Hilda Beryl Jones who was shot in an office along Currie Street.
Hear about the haunting in the Adelaide Town Hall and the tunnel running under King William Road, behind Government House towards Frome Road that was built between 1836 and 1856. Find out who was the 4th suicide by jumping from a city building during 1948 to 1949.
The tragic story of the ghost of a Sergeant Major in the British army who served with distinction receiving several medals and awards for his distinguished career and how his mangled body was discovered with his head completely smashed, his brains scattered & his arms broken.
Out of respect to the living relatives of any victim, all the murders on our tours have a minimum history of no less than 50 years after the actual event occurred. So if you have a passion for history and crime then book on our Adelaide CBD Ghost Crime tour today!
The Ghost of Francis Cluney captured on CCTV who was tragically killed in the Adelaide Arcade in 1887, or is it the ghost of Mrs Horton shot dead by her husband in 1904?
Yes you are more than welcome to take as many photos as you like. All we ask is that you are respectful of those around you and when using flash photography please don’t blind anyone while we’re walking.