The Haunted Walk tour guides are hand-picked from the best of local story-tellers, dramatists and amateur historians.
They are interesting, reliable and filled with information about the city 'beyond the tour'. It truly wouldn't be much of a
tour without them! They always know a little something more about each story that they present, so be sure to ask lots of
questions along the way.
Glen Shackleton founded the Haunted Walk in 1995 with the intention of creating a job for himself where
he could study local history, meet interesting people and convince total strangers to listen to all of the great stories he
had gathered over the years. Glen has since been featured in local and national media as an acknowledged expert in the field of
local history and ghost stories. Glen is the company administrator, problem-solver, lead researcher and dog-walker.
Email him with your suggestions, comments, feedback and especially your ghost stories!
Jim Dean Jim Dean is the fearless Business Development Manager of the Haunted Walk, and the lead vocalist for the critically acclaimed Shaky Gallows House
Band. His expertise in historical research has made him an acknowledged expert on the old Carleton County Jail. He will sometimes emerge
from the dark and dusty archives to give a tour to enchant customers with his knowledge of local lore. Recently, he has opened his own creative media agency, James Dean Creative.
For the past two seasons, Meghan Bélanger, has been leading the charge as the manager of The Haunted Walk of Kingston. With a unique background in Rugby and the hospitality trade, she is ready to tackle any situation with grace and charm. As a local, her love of Kingston's history and its many ghost stories is unmatched. She still gives tours regularly and has no plans to stop!
Rowena Brook is the audacious Toronto Manager and holds a degree in Drama from Queen's University. She grew up in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado Springs, where she became fascinated by ghost stories. She continues to feed this interest by watching good, bad and awful horror movies on a regular basis. She was thrilled to have a chance to work with the Ghost Hunters in 2009 during their investigation at Fort Henry and invites you to ask her about the experience.