Ghost Guide Bios
George Sanford is an actor, composer, choreographer, poet and playwright
He has been a performer for more than forty years. This includes stage, radio, TV and video.
George has a wealth of stage experience and theatre knowledge. One of the creators of the Sheridan College Music Theatre Program, he has taught theatre at all levels of education. Finding a unique and exciting way to combine his love and skill in the arts mixed with the changing landscape of business.
George retired from regular tours in 2015. He continues hosting our yearly Halloween Gala.
Bill was born in Niagara Falls and now resides just outside Queenston.
He is married with five children and four grandchildren. Not to mention his faithful golden retriever Briar.
Bill’s a member of the NOTL Writers’ Circle. With poetry and a short story published. Also a freelance writer for the local newspaper. Honoured for the poem “Angel’s Ghost” based on Captain Swayze which is now hanging inside the Angel Inn.
He admits beginning as a skeptic. Then personal experiences on the tours, and revelations from participants, made him a believer!
Come join “Sir William Graves” in his quest to contact the restless spirits of Canada’s First Capital.
Alex Holjevac has been a storyteller his whole life.
An avid traveler. Alexander has enjoyed sharing secrets and whispers with kindred spirits across the globe.
As a proud Hamilton native, Alex considers it an honour to share history with others. Through the Ghost Walks he found a medium to deliver his own style of ghostly lore. Playing to your energy with fanciful detail and a flair for mystery. He transforms these stories into real experiences.
Alex believes there is truth our deepest fears. That they stir something deep within ourselves…an old soul looking for new life.
“Sir Bob” (David Green) is an actor, comedian, writer and lover of all things spooky.
Originally from Nottingham, England. David has been entertaining audiences across the globe ever since elementary school. Here he played the titular character in a production of “Johnny Appleseed”.
With his quick wit and silly wordplay he has established himself as a promising young comedian in Canada. Hosting his own weekly comedy room in downtown St. Catharines as well as producing numerous charitable events and fundraisers.
When not making people laugh, “Sir Bob” is busy scaring them. So be sure to keep your belt buckles tightened!
Susan grew up in PEI hearing stories of ghost ships, haunted houses, and graveyard tales.
Throughout life different women in her family have shown uncanny abilities of perception. One cousin was fondly referred to as “The Witch”. Susan has experienced a few skin-prickly tales of her own.
She developed a great passion for performing arts studying theatre at Acadia University. While working at the Halifax Citadel, she developed a strong interest in history and culture.
Susan performed as a historical animator in PEI and Nova Scotia, taught English using drama in Japan which led her to being an elementary school teacher.
When not working on education, Susan may be found practicing palmistry, tarot card reading or reading about unexplained events.
A professional film, theatre, television and commercial actor born and raised in Niagara.
He is a graduate of Niagara University earning his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Performance. He also attended the New York Film Academy in Los Angeles and received an Acting for Film certificate.
He began acting as a child and professionally in his late teens. Featured in several ads and commercials and also cast in the popular feature films Max Payne and Pixels. Last year, he was cast in Haunted Case Files.
Just this year he received his first lead role in in the TV series Broke and Famous, which aired this Fall on Reelz USA and will be on Netflix. He plays Nicolas Cage, who everyone says he resembles. Also featured in theatrical productions for theatre companies in Ontario and Western New York.