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‘One of Nottingham's finest spooky Halloween evenings... deliciously seedy, wickedly macabre!' CITY LIGHTS
Bored to death with the usual Ghost Walks? The truth is stranger than fiction!
Join Nottingham ghost Ezekial Bone as he haunts the cobbled streets of the atmospheric Lace Market, telling frightful tales of Guts & Gore. Stand where horrible history happened and listen to true tales of murder, hanging, grave-robbing, misery and mayhem that took place in Victorian Nottingham.
Fancy tales of corpses being uprooted from their graves in the churchyard? Hear how Lord Byron quenched his thirst for the macabre with a monks skull. Can you imagine the time when hundreds of people turned blue and squirted themselves to death? Become part of the baying crowd and bear witness to the last public hanging on the steps of the Old County Gaol. Great family fun… especially the tale about the dismembered boy. That’s my favourite one.
This unique dramatic storytelling tour, shrouded in the gothic tradition, gives eye-witness accounts of the terrible truth of life and death in old Nottingham town.
Tickets: £7 per head. 'Turn Up' and pay event but please call to reserve place. Suitable for older children.
Tours start from outside the Cross Keys pub on Byard Lane/Fletcher Gate.
Private tours available to suit, subject to minimum numbers and fee.
'An excellent guide to the ghoulish and gory history of the area.' NOTTINGHAM POST
'An exhilarating performance... proceeds to simultaneously delight and repulse his audiences.'
'Bone’s warped sense of humour ensures all are compelled to share his bleak world view.'
'If you like your Edgar Allan Poe then this would be right up your dark miserable alley.' CITY LIGHTS
'...leaves his audience enthralled and entertained.' NOTTINGHAMSHIRE TODAY
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