Our next speaker at Greenwich Skeptics in the Pub is Ash Pryce who will be telling us "How to talk to the dead" (he won't really - see disclaimer below!).
Further details of the talk can be found below and at http://greenwich.skepticsinthepub.org/
Please forward on to groups or individuals who may be interested.
Greenwich Skeptics in the Pub:
How to Talk to the Dead
Wednesday, 7 October 2015 at 7:30 pm
The Star and Garter
60 Old Woolwich Road, Greenwich, London SE10 9NY
What's the talk about?
Hydesville. New York. 1848. The young Fox sisters begin communicating with the spirit of a murdered beggar and spiritualism is born. This interactive look at a history of talking to the dead will feature an array of magical treats including levitating tables, ectoplasm manifestation and spirit communication.
Part magic show, part comedy, part rational inquiry this fun show has regularly packed venues at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Ash has performed frequently at Skeptics in the Pub groups to positive responses.
NB: This is a skeptically themed show and not intended as an actual demonstration of mediumship or psychic abilities.
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