Feed of your Crowd and Next 3 Haunted Places in Hamilton

Canada Podcast

Ghost Guide Daniel
ggdaniel(at)ghostwalks.com

Main Subject: Hamilton, Ontario, Canada – –

Another ‘facing the fear’ of public speaking segment. The thrill of an energetic crowd. And the tension of a low energy crowd. What it feels like. And how to handle it gracefully.

Then, continuing the Top 10 list of most haunted places in the City of Hamilton. 2 of the spots so haunted, we feature them on Ghost Walks. Including the legendary Dundurn Castle. And the oldest operational engine in all of Canada, and the very dark event which birthed it.

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“Getting my storytelling thrills at the Ghost Walks since 2003 as Head Ghost Guide for Downtown Hamilton, Hamilton’s Dark History and the Dark Trolley tours. And now with this ghost story podcast.”

Feed of your Crowd and Next 3 Haunted Places in Hamilton - Ghost Guide Daniel Podcast

Another ‘facing the fear’ of public speaking segment. The thrill of an energetic crowd. And the tension of a low energy crowd. What it feels like. And how to handle it gracefully.

Then, continuing the Top 10 list of most haunted places in the City of Hamilton. 2 of the spots so haunted, we feature them on Ghost Walks. Including the legendary Dundurn Castle. And the oldest operational engine in all of Canada, and the very dark event which birthed it.

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Full Description of Podcast

Another ‘facing the fear’ segment for the world’s top dread… public speaking. The thrill of an energetic crowd. It’s the reason our Ghost Guides do what they do, including Daniel. It’s the same reason all speakers and comics love this job.

The joy of a high energy crowd. Riding that wave through the stories. Reacting to the responses. And the tension of a low energy crowd. What it feels like. And how to handle it gracefully.

Then, continuing the Top 10 list of most haunted places in the City of Hamilton. 2 of the spots so haunted, we feature them on Ghost Walks. Including the legendary Dundurn Castle. And the oldest operational engine in all of Canada, and the very dark event which birthed it.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Podcast happenings…

An interesting take on the ghost story podcast. This isn’t done with a spooky voice and jump scares. Daniel believes in ghosts. Spent his career passing along the best stories in Southern Ontario, Canada (and the World).

The Podcast was born out of this passion. It’s a take on his real life interactions with believers and skeptics alike. No ghost subject is off-limits. And yes, there are ghost stories!

About Daniel’s style…

Personable! It’s real talk over dramatics. Raw talk with no script leading into ghost stories told with a unique love of the paranormal.

Gained from 20 years of “ghost guiding”. His style is intense. Pushed out from a place of respect for true paranormal experiences had by millions of people around the world.

This raw talk is what led him to the Podcast. Where else can you be true to your own style without interference.

Daniel’s experience…

20 years in the paranormal world. From being an investigator, to collecting stories… and then to telling them!

He’s been telling tales of dark history and ghosts to large groups since 2003. Continues to this day, with a renewed interest in the traditional art of storytelling.

The Podcast isn’t scripted! Doesn’t mean Daniel sacrifices his style. It’s a challenge he’s accepted many times before … how to mix (in the moment) realism and storytelling to make the stories interesting.

Because if they’re boring, who’d want to listen.

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