6.30pm Weds 30 October
Waterstones, Gower Street, London
What might have happened at Borley Rectory, the Most Haunted House in England? I'm delighted that Waterstones Gower Street have invited me to give an illustrated talk on the historical inspiration for my debut novel, The Ghost Hunters. What was the truth about the enigmatic paranormal detective Harry Price, whose magical library was stored on the haunted 8th floor of Senate House? Was Price's death connected with his investigation of the famous Borley Rectory in Suffolk? And what is the truth about the ghost that stalked the corridors of the Rectory, wrote on the walls and turned witnesses out of their beds. Find out at this special event.
Waterstones Gower Street is the perfect location for this particular event. The facade clearly reflects the Gothic style of that period and incorporates a number of imps, gargoyles and further carvings. In 1956 the site was established as Dillons Bookstore to accompany the neighbouring University College of London which is, of course, where the Harry Price Magical Library now resides,
To attend this event please contact: GowerSt-Events@waterstones.com or see http://www.waterstones.com/waterstonesweb/navigate.do?pPageID=200006 for tickets