'Even Sir Arthur Conan Doyle had to deal with cynics.'
This is true, as well as being a world renowned author, the creator of the Sherlock Holmes series of mysteries and The Lost World among his prolific output, he also had a fascination with the afterlife and spirit world. He carried out detailed research and attended many seances and 'ghost hunts' in haunted buildings. He studied to such an extent that he lectured on the subject. This of course left him wide open to mockery and ridicule from his peers, he was widely derided by scientists and cynics.
We play the Albert Halls on Friday 11th of October, a fabulous venue for a ghost story, it's going to be quite a night. Book your tickets here, but hurry, tickets are disappearing faster than ghosts at an exorcists convention!
Check out Adolphus Scarabus at the beginning of the trailer below, trailer created by the brilliant Darren McGinn with originally composed music by the very talented Justin Wetherill, Justin also created the chilling sound design for the play.
Do you really want to miss a night like this? Come join us for a night you'll never forget.
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Hope to see you...Horror is a Place.
That place is Blaine Manor.