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22 October - 13 November
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Ghosts of Ulster. A spooktacular experience in ghost belief

Two figures terrified by a ghost at their table. Etching.

My local area theme

What’s on offer?

This in-person event will encourage and support attendees in sharing their oral histories. The first part will be a panel discussion on ghost belief over the centuries led by experts from social history, psychology and gothic literature from Ulster University.  The second part of the evening will be an interactive discussion allowing the audience to share their oral histories and narratives of ghost stories from the local area. 

What’s it about?

Have you a ghost story or had a spooky encounter?  Join us for an evening of hair-raising tales of ghostly goings-on around Ulster. Ulster University lecturers in Architecture, English, and Social History will share their knowledge and stories of ghosts and hauntings. We want to hear your stories of supernatural Ulster as well!

In collaboration with Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust.

Who’s leading the event?

Dr Andrew Sneddon 

Open to

Everyone is welcome to attend.

Of particular interest to

Anyone interested in local heritage, ghosts and storytelling.

Event booking deadline

24 hours before the event starts.