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Why aren't ghosts naked?

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  • UserHayley Stevens
  • ClockTuesday 26 July 2011, 19:00-22:00
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Ghost hunters across the country commit a multitude of sins while looking for ghosts in haunted buildings, but it’s all harmless fun, right?


Join Hayley Stevens, the founder of Wiltshire Phenomena Research and the British Anomalistic Research Society, as she takes you on a terrifying tour through the British field of paranormal research and unleashes several skeletons from several cupboards.

From things that go bump in the night, the ghostbox and paranormal politics to sham ghosts, outright fraud and the dreaded paranormal curse…

Hayley Stevens is a thorn-in-the-side for pseudoscientific ghost hunters everywhere. She has been researching and investigating paranormal and supernatural phenomena since 2005. In the past she has been described as ‘controversial’, ‘level headed’, ’ a ‘**’, ‘outspoken’, ‘a pain the arse’, and ‘a voice of reason’. She also blogs as the Rather Friendly Skeptic and is a co-host for the Righteous Indignation podcast.

Photo credit: Richard Cooper

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