Havering Museum was shocked to discover the residents of Havering love learning about paranormal activity! Every Ghost Talk the Museum has held, has been sold out weeks in advance! To meet popular demand, an additional ghost talk has been added to Havering Museum’s yet to be published Winter Warmers programme.
Ghosts and Angels
Thursday 8 December 2011, 18:00 – 19:00 £3.50 (with refreshments)
If you have missed our Military and Haunted Havering talks, or want to get into the spirit of Christmas, then this is an extra special event for you! It will provide a fascinating insight into tales of angels, military and haunted Havering.
Book now while there are still places! Phone Havering Museum on 01708 766571 or 08452 707 737 to book, or for more information. Alternatively come into the museum and book your place at the reception.
Ghost Stories are not just for grown-ups and Havering Museum has a special event for children this October half-term.
Children’s Ghost Stories
Thursday 27 October 2011, 13:00 – 14:30 £3.50
Last year Nellie Asbo Havering’s local witch flew into Havering Museum to tell the children about history of witches, and how she came to get a no flying Asbo! Nellie is returning with more fascinating magical stories and puppet making. Book early as spaces are limited.
Places on the following Ghost talks are sold out. But you can put your name on the waiting list for similar, future events.
Friday 30 September 2011, 18:00 – 20:00 £5 (with refreshments)
This event will make you think differently about military ghosts and their activities. Discover where they are, why they are there and in several cases how the ghost has reportedly saved the lives of other people! Encounters range from RAF Hornchurch, North Weald and Europe.
Halloween Ghost Talk
Thursday 27 October 2011, 18:00 – 20:00 – £5 (with refreshments)
Discover where the ghosts of Havering are today and most importantly why they are there? A paranormal investigator will also share her experiences and answer your questions.
For more information on any of the activities mentioned in this post, phone Havering Museum on 01708 766571 or 08452 707 737.