On a cold Wednesday night we set out and met the local Hair Raiser for a tour round Dunedin Central. The tour moved through some of the city’s darkest alley ways and we learned of New Zealand’s longest running unsolved murder mysteries. The most interesting tale included a famously popular lawyer meeting a grim end at the hands of well-timed bomb. Despite his remains seen flying to the pavement below his first story window no charge has ever been laid for the murder. The tour peaked when we were taken through one of the city’s former libraries and down to an old war bunker. Seven stories below ground made for great footage on some of New Zealand’s ‘famous’ ghost programs, but for us it was our own crew and the hair raiser himself which proved the most frightening. After the tour we took to Scotia Bar & Bistro to recap the night and try some new foods. All tastes were well received, haggis being the only exception. Cheers guys you are a fantastic group!