Haunted Houses in the UK

” There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,

Than are dreamt of in your philosophy” — Hamlet.

Do you believe in ghosts? Are you fascinated by the stories of haunted places and the people who lived there? If so, you won’t want to miss this one-hour lecture on “Haunted Houses, Palaces and Places in the United Kingdom”.

In this lecture, you will learn about some of the most famous and spooky locations in the UK, such as:

– The Tower of London, where the ghosts of Anne Boleyn, Lady Jane Grey, and the Princes in the Tower are said to roam.

– Glamis Castle, where the secret chamber of the Monster of Glamis is hidden, and where the ghost of Earl Beardie plays cards with the devil.

– Borley Rectory, dubbed the most haunted house in England, where paranormal phenomena such as apparitions, voices, and writing on the walls were reported.

This lecture is illustrated with stunning artwork of the haunted places, and packed with historical facts, legends, and anecdotes. You will be entertained, educated, and maybe inspired to take a trip to check the different places out for yourself.

Don’t miss this chance to explore the dark and mysterious side of the UK. Book your tickets now and join us for this unforgettable lecture.


Lena Schattenherz Heide-Brennand is a Norwegian lecturer with a master degree in language, culture and literature from the University of Oslo and Linnaeus University. She has been lecturing and teaching various subjects since 1998. Her field of interest and main focus has always been topics that others have considered strange, eccentric and eerie, and she has specialised in a variety of dark subjects linked to folklore, mythology and Victorian traditions and medicine. Her students often point out her thorough knowledge about the subjects she is teaching, in addition to her charismatic appearance. She refers to herself as a performance lecturer and always gives her audience an outstanding experience

don’t worry if you miss it – we will send you a recording valid for two weeks the next day

21st May 2024 8:00 pm - 09:30 pm

£6 - £10 & By Donation

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