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Win a VIP Prize Package to see Mysteries of the Keyhole House

Win Tickets to see “Mysteries of the Keyhole House” in Carleton Place, Ontario.

“Mysteries of The Keyhole House” is one of the most anticipated magical experiences of 2023.

In their new show master illusionists Ted and Marion Outerbridge highlight the historical artifacts they discovered as they restored their heritage home, which is rumoured to be haunted.

From former Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King, to a mysterious World War I veteran, to LPGA champion Brooke Henderson’s ancestors, you’ll love how the Outerbridges weave history with mystery.

The story of Ted and Marion’s mysterious Keyhole House has been featured on the CTV National News, CBC Radio, TVO and The Golf Channel. Don’t miss your chance to see this unique performance!

Mysteries of the Keyhole House Prize Package

Enter now to win a pair of VIP Tickets to the 2:00 PM or 7:30 PM performance on Saturday, August 19 at the Carleton Place Town Hall Auditorium.

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Your prize package includes:
Two reserved seats.
A limited edition Keyhole House note card.
A Keyhole House tote bag.
2 Keyhole House T-shirts.

Win Tickets to see Mysteries of the Keyhole House

Ted and Marion Outerbridge’s Ottawa Valley Tour:

Perth: On now through Aug. 12
Carleton Place: Aug. 18 – 26
Gananoque: Sept 8 -16

Get showtimes and details at this link:

Critics across the globe have hailed Ted and Marion Outerbridge as “Champions of magic” (Bergedorfer Zeitung, Germany), described their performance as “A visual feast” (Jinhua Daily, China), “A master of Illusion” (CBC-Radio Canada), and exclaimed “An astonishing performance” (Ottawa Life Magazine).

“Mysteries of the Keyhole House” runs 80 minutes plus intermission and is suitable for ages 8 to 108.

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Win a VIP Prize Package to see Mysteries of the Keyhole House

Keith Tomasek
3 August 2023
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