The Unbelievers Ghost Walk ( LONDON EC1)

Sunday 28 October 2018 6.30pm

Meeting at Farringdon Tube Station, Cowcross Street, London EC1N 8AG

(Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Thameslink.)

£7 (Advanced tickets)

L0000587 The Smithfield Ghost.

Why should people who believe in ghosts have all the fun? Come walk the ancient streets of Smithfield, Farringdon and the City of London hearing the stories of screaming Anne, the urban legend of ‘Brandy Nan’, cat-fighting ghosts, carpet lifting pub ghosts, the horrible secret of Bleeding Heart Yard and the ghost of Scratching Fanny on Cock Lane (to name but a few).
This is an extended version of our successful, skeptical  and funny ghost walk! This two hour circular-ish walk will be irreverent, and informative and will wonder what ghosts are what ghost stories say about who we are and how we think about the world.

No ghosts were harmed in the making of this walk; This is a walk for anyone interested Scott Wood ghost walk3in ghost stories and London be they sceptical or otherwise. All are welcome.

Your guide is London Fortean Society host Scott Wood. Scott is the irregular writer for Londonist and the author of London Urban Legends: The Corpse of the Tube.

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