Head to Medieval Norwich this Halloween for spooky ghost walks and spine-chilling stories told by master storyteller, Man in Black.
Quaint old streets, buildings, bridges and back alleys in medieval Norwich provide a rich backdrop for ghosts, phantoms and tales of tragic events from as far back as the 14th century. Norwich once had a pub for every day of the year; it seems many, according to the Man in Black, have a ghost too.
An evening ghost touring Norwich will have you yearning for a stiff drink after you’ve learned about the likes of the gypsy boy at the Wild Man and Lord Sheffield at the Adam & Eve. Sarah of 19 Magdalen Street, formally the Key Merchants Arms, is a particularly active poltergeist you probably don’t want to meet…
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