Spooky Happenings in the Witchcraft Museum and Beyond
Thanks to Jeff Goodwin for this blog:
We had some ghostly visitors at the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic last night! Before and after our late night, candlelit evening at the museum, we were lucky enough to be joined by two librarian spirits from the Victorian era up in the museum library, thoughtfully and creatively conjured up by the Circle of Spears Production Company.
The two entertaining apparitions shared some wonderful, ghostly tales with the crowd. From stories of spooky goings on that have been experienced in the museum, to local folklore, to time-honored classics, each story was fabulously performed and supplemented by the interesting history surrounding the tale.
We heard tales of mermaids, black dogs, haunting bells that toll in the night, and a ghostly widow who offers carriage rides to passersby (here’s a hint to the wise: politely decline her offer).
If you get a chance to encounter this pair of ghostly librarians, or enjoy any other productions by Circle of Spears, you absolutely should! It’s sure to be an evening of fun and entertainment you won’t soon forget!
The next performance will take place on Saturday 22nd July. More details about our late night, candelit evenings (including dates and times) can be seen on the poster below: