Edinburgh Ghost Stories
Listen as Actor and writer Alex Staniforth unveils the phantoms of this ancient city at Lauriston Castle on 26th October.
About Edinburgh Ghost Stories
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What might be lurking in Edinburgh’s shadows? Edinburgh’s long and bloody history has led to it being known as one of the most haunted cities in Europe. Actor and writer Alex Staniforth unveils the phantoms of this ancient city in a new version of his Edinburgh Horror Festival 2017 sell out show.
About the Edinburgh Horror Festival
The Edinburgh Horror Festival is a multi-art-form event running over the weekend before Hallowe'en each year in Edinburgh - incorporating theatre, comedy, magic, spoken word, movies, games, improv, workshops, interactive events and more.
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