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On This Day ……. 27th of July 1913

At the Birregurra Police Court on this day in 1913, a young man named Roy Thomlinson, arrested in Geolong, was charged with larceny of £10 from H. A Brady. a local hotelkeeper. He pleaded guilty, and the bench, sentenced him to two months’ imprisonment at Geelong gaol.

 

Twisted History is proud to be a part of Law Week 2016!  There are over 100 events in the program. To see the full program of events, go to: www.lawweek.net.au

Twisted History have a range of tours running from our Ghost Tours to Investigations to Murder Tours. Bookings are essential on 1300865800.  Please note customers need to be 16 and over to take part in the Paranormal Investigations, 15 and over for the Chinatown Murder Tour and 18 and over for Carlton Murder Tour.

Tours Available

Monday 16/05/2016- Wednesday 18/05/2016

Geelong Gaol – 8pm Ghost Tour, 10pm Paranormal Investigation Tour

Thursday 19/05/2016

Geelong Gaol – 8pm Ghost Tour, 10pm Paranormal Investigation Tour

Chinatown – 8pm Murder Tour

Friday 20/05/2016

Geelong Gaol – 8pm Ghost Tour, 10pm Paranormal Investigation Tour

Chinatown – 8pm Murder Tour

Carlton – 8.30pm Murder Tour

Saturday 21/05/2016

Geelong Gaol – 6pm Escapes Tour, 8pm Ghost Tour, 10pm Ghost Tour, midnight Paranormal Investigation

Chinatown – 8pm Murder Tour

Carlton – 8.30pm Murder Tour

Sunday 22/05/2016

Geelong Gaol – 8pm Ghost Tour, 10pm Paranormal Investigation Tour

Chinatown – 2pm Murder Tour

 

Thank you to all customers that joined us on tours in the Geelong Gaol, Chinatown and Carlton!  We hope to see you all again very soon!  Don’t forget our Special Investigation coming up on February 9 at the Blackwood Hotel!

The team at Twisted History would like to wish everyone a safe and happy new year! We hope that 2016 brings all your hearts desires! It is shaping up to be an exciting year for the Twisted History team, so stay tuned!

Did you know that we run tours every night through the Old Geelong Gaol? Have you entered the gates … after dark.  We are running over the Christmas New Year period, only closing on Christmas Day! For information and bookings, please call 1300865800

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A Chinese in the Geelong Gaol, named Ah Lee Goon, who was transferred some time, ago from the Melbourne Gaol on account of mental weakness, has developed into a violent lunatic. On this day in 1902, two magistrates attended at the local gaol and committed the Celestial to a lunatic asylum.