Ghost Stories for Hallowe’en

The recording of our 28 October chat where the five of us share tales of ghosts, witches, poltergeists, mysterious apparitions and strange legends.Folklore, history and general spookiness.

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  1. Dear Don, Leo, Emma. Rachel and Tim,

    Just a line to say thank you for the very enjoyable Ghost Stories for Halloween. Also, I have a few suggestions for new talks.

    I am looking forward to the talk on Crime and Poverty in the East End of London. This made me think, as a west Londoner for over 65 years: Why not do a talk on West London? Perhaps this could be combined with a talk on the West End Theatres, possibly calling it West End Theatres and West London Highlights. The highlights that come to mind include the Royal Parks, , Hampton Court, Syon House, Osterley House, Heathrow Airport, Wembley Stadium. Another suggestion would be the Counties of England and their County Towns. As there are about 40 English counties I think Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland would need a separate talk! A further talk might be London, Its Trade and Industry over the centuries. I hope you enjoy thinking about my ideas.

    Kind regards,

    Linda Mcleod Sent from Mail for Windows

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