Presented by\nHave you ever wanted to communicate with spirits? If so, your opportunity has arrived!\nUntil November 30, you can join Jaymes White in a once-in-a-lifetime supernatural experience, the Beverley Street Séance. It'll be you and 17 other guests in one of the most well-known haunted houses in Toronto, the George Brown Mansion. If you've never tried a séance before, you're in for a spooky treat.\nYou may be wondering: what exactly is a séance? Well, it's an attempt to communicate with spirits. In a session, people gather with a medium who becomes the messenger for the spirits. Who said Halloween night was the only time for hanging out with ghosts?\nIf you're someone with an interest in ghosts, spirits, and the paranormal, this is the perf opportunity for you to explore your dark side and get your adrenaline rushing! Considering tickets to this séance sell out every year, this must be an incredible evening (for those who don't mind a bit of a scare).\nJaymes White\nJaymes has recreated authentic Victorian séances in Toronto since 2016, and every year he's left guests feeling spooked by the spirits he reaches. Featured in the George Brown House in downtown Toronto (a haunted house that's been in many TV shows about paranormal activity), you can purchase tickets to this event until November 30.\nRegular tickets are priced at $59.99 (before tax) and premium tickets are $66.66 (also before tax). Premium tickets are available for peak days/times when an extended experience may occur, such as during "witching hour" or "devil's hour." More ghosts = more thrills, right?\nShows last for two hours, and you must be at least 18 years old to attend. If you're considered someone who's faint-hearted or weak, this séance experience may not be the best for you. But if you enjoy the paranormal, prepare for an exciting evening of reaching the otherworldly. First, check out some live footage of past séances in the video below.\nThis year's séance has been extended until November 30 due to high demand. This means more chances for you and your friends to have your personal spiritual experience. Thanks, Jaymes!\nIf you've never heard of Jaymes White before, his portfolio is pretty impressive. Not only is he an expert in science and psychology, but he also trains law enforcement, detectives, and individuals who may work in sensitive areas on observation, memory, and handwriting analysis.\nJaymes runs the biggest séance in the country (like we said, it's been sold out every year!). He's an expert in psychopaths, serial killers and, of course, the paranormal. His background and expertise are what make his séances so interesting for everyone who attends!\nFor this event, you should plan to meet at Sin & Redemption, a former funeral home (OK, creepy). From there, you will be escorted with your group to the famous haunted house, the George Brown House.\nView this post on Instagram #georgebrownhouse #georgebrowncollege #toronto #torontoheritage #heritagetoronto #ontario #canada The house of George Brown, the founder of the Globe newspaper http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/brown_george_10E.html A post shared by @ mzatoronto on Sep 20, 2019 at 8:32pm PDT\nSo, are you ready for the ultimate spooky experience? Are you comfortable talking to spirits from another world? Does the supernatural excite you? If you answered yes, then grab your tickets ASAP because they will definitely sell out!\nView this post on Instagram Can you see what I see? #SpiritSays #Haunted #Spooky #jaymeswhiteseance A post shared by Truly Folkes-Dubourdieu (@trulymedium) on Sep 27, 2019 at 11:54pm PDT\nJaymes White's Beverley Street Séance at George Brown House in Toronto\nPrice: Regular tickets for $59.99 and premium tickets for $66.66 (+ tax)\nAddress: 186 Beverley St, Toronto, ON M5T 1L4\nWhen: Until November 30\n(*You must be 18 years or older.)\nWhy You Need To Go: To experience the nation's biggest séance and meet some spirits!\nTo learn more or buy tickets to this event, visit Jaymes White's website. You can check out some pics on Jaymes' Instagram or Facebook page. Enjoy getting spooked!