Category Archives: Yallourn North

Crime in the Brown Coal Mine

On the 18th of December (2)

Yallourn North had a wide variety of of criminals (just like any were else), some were more akin to slap stick comedians, others were not as funny and there were some serious criminals – although no one from the Brown Coal Mine area were sentenced to hang until dead.

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There are rumours some of the Kelly gang spent time in the hills around Yallourn North while hiding from the police. The walking tour will take you to Yallourn North’s historical law and order locations, and some of the places crimes occurred, we’ll journey through the criminal history, and end with the criminal history of the Haunted Hills. Many people say that the legend of the Haunted Hills was sent around by sly grog traders and other criminals who wanted to be left in peace… Join us the crime tour to discover and join us on a ghost tour to compare and decide for yourself.

Join us as we walk around the murky past of Yallourn North. Read about the the History of the Brown Coal Mine here.

Duration 1 hour and half

Tickets $25, or $20 concession, family rate available (2 adults, 2 children – teenagers are probably a better audience due to the crimes covered).

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Crimes from Yallourn and the Haunted Hills are also covered.

Tour dates:

Crime in the Brown Coal Mine:

Friday the 18th of December, 2015 at 7:30 – 9pm at Lions Park, Yallourn North

Tuesday the 29th of December, 2015 7:30pm – 9pm at Lions Park, Yallourn North

Sunday the 3rd of January 2015 7:30pm – 9pm at Lions Park, Yallourn North

Saturday the 16th of January 2015 7:30pm – 9pm at Lions Park, Yallourn North

Friday the 22nd of January at 8pm – 9:30pm at Lions Park, Yallourn North

Friday the 5th of February at 8pm – 9:30pm at Lions Park, Yallourn North

Friday the 26th of February at 7:30pm – 9pm at Lions Park, Yallourn North

 

 

 

November Haunted Hills Tours

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Yallourn North Ghost Tours 7th November 2015 8pm Yallourn North Ghost Tours 8th November 2015 8pm Yallourn North Ghost Tour Friday the 13th NovemberTraralgon Ghost Tour 15th November

This Friday the 13th – make your own luck

This friday the 13th - make your own luck

This Friday the 13th – make your own luck

This year, I launched the first Yallourn North Ghost Tour on the a stormy moody Firday the 13th of February, the first for the year. This November is the third Friday the 13th for the year. I’ll have completed my fourth exam early that day, and be ready to immerse myself and you, in the tales of the paranormal in Yallourn North. What a way to wind down with completing my third year of university and running a business that is getting quite a buzz.

I was thinking that my luck had run out when I saw the exam timetable posted and my last exam for Friday the 13th of November, when earlier this year I’d plan to run tours every spooky day in 2015.

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Some of the things I uncovered about the beliefs around Friday the 13th are listed below.

Did anyone change their bed today? The lore says you will have bad dreams.

Did any cut their nails today? The rhyme says you cut them for sorrow.

Did anyone start a business on Friday the 13th? Oh me. They say, I’ll have immense bad luck, collapse and bankruptcy.

In 1306 the Knights of the Templar were rounded up on a Friday the 13th, they were tortured.

In simple numerology, 13 isn’t placed on room numbers, floors, street numbers, aisle numbers (especially on planes) or building numbers.

Some of the lore around this is that in Rome, a gathering of 12 witches was normal however if a 13 appeared the 13th witch would be considered the devil.

If you like simple numerology Jack the Ripper had 13 letters in his name as does Charles Manson and other infamous people, it’s said to be the devils luck, it is interesting that fluffy bunnies also has 13 numbers and in Australia we sent out rabbit hunting parties regularly, in the 90’s we poisoned them with myximotisis they really had the run of devils luck.

In Yallourn, 1953 there was a terrible explosion at the briquette plant, the cause wasn’t known. 1 person was killed and 13 injured.

The worst event that struck this area on a Friday the 13th was in 1933 on January Friday the 13th. A fire raged across the state, it killed 100 people. One of those people were from the Yallourn district trying to flee the fire, he realised he couldn’t out run the flames and threw himself into a ditch. Where he was found later, dead.

Yallourn North Ghost Tour on Friday the 13th of November 2015

Yallourn North Ghost Tour on Friday the 13th of November 2015 at 8pm

Yallourn North Ghost Tour on Friday the 13th of November 2015 at 8pm

Haunted Hills Tours is running a ghost tour in Yallourn North celebrating the 3rd Friday the 13th of the year on, 13th of November 2015 at 8pm.

The format is a walking tour of Yallourn North, going to public spaces that have a tragic past and some have spirits remaining. It also covers a places we cannot walk too.  Yallourn North is a lot older than it looks. There are quite a few ghostly tales, we walk for about five minute intervals between stories.

Join us for a guided walking tour back-in-time a chance to experience history, the paranormal and bizarre. Be drawn back with tales from Yallourn, Brown Coal Mine and the evocatively named Haunted Hills.

Duration: 1 hour and half

Tickets $25 ($20 concession)
Family rate available

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http://hauntedhillstours.com/2015/10/05/yallourn-north-ghost-tour/

Terms and conditions:
Next tour: 15th of November 2015 at 8pm in Traralgon.

Coalies Weekend: Yallourn North Ghost Tour

Yallourn North Ghost Tour running the 7th and 8th of November 2015

Yallourn North Ghost Tour running the 7th and 8th of November 2015

Yallourn North Ghost Tours 8th November 2015 8pm

Coalies weekend

Coalies is the name the people who used to live in the Brown Coal Mine call themselves. It’s annual catch up of reminiscing and visiting the place they call(ed) home.

We’d love to meet some of the Coalies, hear their reactions to the tour.

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Yallourn North Ghost Tour

Haunted Hills Tours is running a ghost tour in Yallourn North on Coalies Weekend the 7th and 8th of November at 8pm.

The format is a walking tour of Yallourn North, going to public spaces that have a tragic past and there are spirits remaining. It also covers a places we cannot walk too.  Yallourn North is a lot older than it looks. There are quite a few ghostly tales, we walk for about five minute intervals between stories.

Join us for a guided walking tour back-in-time a chance to experience history, the paranormal and bizarre. Be drawn back with tales from Yallourn, Brown Coal Mine and the evocatively named Haunted Hills.

Duration: 1 hour and half

Tickets $25 ($20 concession)
Family rate available

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Terms and conditions:
Tell you’re friends your going by joining our event of Facebook.
Next tour: Friday the 13th of November 2015, at 8pm

Yallourn North Ghost Tour – upcoming dates

 

Yallourn North was the first town Haunted Hills Tours opened with Ghost Tours.

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Yallourn North is a lovely town in the Latrobe Valley, it was originally called the Brown Coal Mine, because it was built on the edge of a mine, called the Brown Coal Mine.  The community here care about their town and share their town with some paranormal entities.

There are places in Yallourn North the locals will more quickly believe is haunted, it doesn’t look old but settlers started making their home in the late 1800s.

Come along to discover the secrets that hide in plain sight on these streets.

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Tour dates for Yallourn North Ghost Tour:

December 12th, 2015 at 8pm- 9:30pm
December 18th, 2015 at 9:30pm – 11pm
December 29th, 2015 at 9:30pm – 11pm
January 3rd, 2016 at 9:30pm – 11pm
January 16th, 2016 at 9:30pm – 11pm
February 26, 2015 at 9:30pm – 11pm

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Past tour galleries:

First tour

March Tour

April Tour

August Tour

Gallery from August 30th 2015, Yallourn North Ghost Tour

The August, Yallourn North Ghost Tour coincided with super moon. It was incredibly atmospheric, with an intimate crowd, a great night for a walk. Yallourn North was likened to Sheffield a small town in the UK. Tegan beside the Old Brown Coal Mine Old Brown Coal Mine On the road to no where. Tegan Dawson Talking with her hands again Beside Yalloun North Pool School Ave P1080694 P1080695

A super moon rising

A super moon rising

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Cloudy Supermoon

Cloudy Super moon

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Thanks to Michael Spisto for the following photos. He has a radio program on Gippsland FM “Catching up with South Africa” every second Sunday evening at 6:30pm-8pm:

Yallourn North Primary School - Photo by Michael Spitso

Yallourn North Primary School – Photo by Michael Spisto

There is an orb on the grass the grass just below the chair. Photo by Michael Spitso

There is an orb on the grass just below the chair. Photo by Michael Spisto

There is an orb close to leg of the tour participant. It was rather windy. Photo by Michael Spitso

There is an orb close to leg of the tour participant. It was rather windy. Photo by Michael Spisto

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by Michael Spisto

Orbs galore. Photo by Michael Spitso

Orbs galore. Photo by Michael Spisto

We loved the supermoon, there are also orbs all over this photo taken at the corner of North Road and East Road, Photo by Michael Spitso

We loved the supermoon, there are also orbs all over this photo taken at the corner of North Road and East Road, Photo by Michael Spisto

Photo by Michael Spitso

Photo by Michael Spisto

The disappearing/appearing orb in the tree on the far right. Photo by Michael Spitso

The disappearing/appearing orb in the tree on the far right. Photo by Michael Spisto

The disappearing/appearing orb in the tree on the far right. Photo by Michael Spitso

The disappearing/appearing orb in the tree on the far right. Photo by Michael Spisto

 Photo by Michael Spitso

Photo by Michael Spisto

 Photo by Michael Spitso

Photo by Michael Spisto