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Ezekial Bone: Halloween Guts & Gore Tour

The Cross Keys pub, Byard Lane, off Fletcher Gate, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 2GJ
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Ezekial Bone: Halloween Guts & Gore Tour

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Saturday 28 October 2017 from 7pm

No ordinary Ghost Walk…

Bored to death with the usual Ghost Tours? The truth is stranger than fiction!

Join Nottingham ghost Mr Bone as he haunts the Lace Market, telling grisly tales of Guts & Gore. Stand where horrible history happened and hear true tales of murder, hanging, grave-robbing, misery and mayhem that took place amidst the finery and foulness of old Nottingham town.

Fancy tales of the dead being uprooted from their graves in St Mary’s churchyard? Imagine the time when hundreds of people turned blue and squirted themselves to death! Become part of the baying crowd and enjoy the last public hanging on the steps of the Old County Gaol. Hear how the infamous Lord Byron quenched his thirst for the macabre with a monk’s skull. Thirsty for more?

Great family fun… especially the tale about the dismembered boy.
That’s my favourite one.

Price: £7
Suitable for: Ages 10 and above
Duration: Approx. 80 minutes
Distance: Approx. 1 mile
Starts from: Cross Keys, NG1 2GJ
Booking: 07941 210 986 or contact Ezekial Bone

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