With the Blu-ray and DVD of Ghostbusters launched on Friday, Ster-Kinekor hosted a themed ghost dinner at the Jan Smusts Museum in Irene, Gauteng.
The team from the Mystery Ghost Bus hosted the evening at the Smuts’ former home, allegedly the site of the most ghost spottings in South Africa. The father and son host duo, Mark Rose-Christie and Kyle Basson, played the part of mediums, who run the tours across the country.
The entertainment delivered was a mixed bag of goods, from a creepy guided tour of the former statesman’s home he shared with his wife and six children, along with periods of “history” and tales from supposed spottings and the likes. The events were broken down into four segments in between the three-course meal, which also included seance of sorts, and an illusion as the final act.
There’s a definite allure and willingness to spot something or the other during the evening, but should rather be viewed as a fun night of entertainment than fact. What really adds to the occasion and experience is the actual setting, and the Smuts Museum fits the part really well.
A big thanks to Ster-Kinekor, Craving Novity, Mystery Ghost Bus hosts and Smuts Museum staff for an entertaining evening.
Did I mention this forms part of the Ghostbusters release? Stay tuned for our review coming soon.