The Ghosts of Christmas
Emily Brontë died on the 19th of December 1848, just 6 days before Christmas. Did her ghost really haunt a local restaurant on the anniversary of her death 126 years later? Was the mysterious light seen in the night sky by Sergeant Johnson and Constable Clarke one night as Christmas 1901 drew near the first sighting of a UFO over Haworth?
Corporate events with a difference. Educational or party groups. Whatever your group needs, ghost tours can be tailored to suit your party. Routes available to meet differing levels of mobility. Public speaking and storytelling engagements catered to.
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An evening of tales of tenderness and of terror, of ghostly stories of love and eldritch dread. Hold your beloved near as the dark draws close, for who knows what creatures of the night seek to warm their own cold hearts?
An old grandmother outwits death and, in a totally unexpected manner, manages to succeed. Where Orpheous failed (you had one job, Orpheus!), a beautiful Princess in ancient India wins her beloved husband back from the grip of the God of death through her wits alone. One man failed to heed Death's warnings. Another finds a land where Death does not enter. In another land far away, all the creatures of the Earth meet to decide whether Death should be allowed into the world. Join me for an evening of traditional stories that embody hundreds of generations of wisdom about Death.
This evening of stories is suitable for families with children aged 12 plus (and younger at parents discretion).
As a young boy, I saw the devil behind a gravestone. In a Scottish village, one brother doesn't believe in God and ghosts and will sit in a graveyard all […]