PRLog (Press Release)
- May 16, 2011 -
Friday 13th is a famous day already but it got creepier this year. New evidence of the existence of ghosts was found at the world famous Falstaff Experience on Friday. Guests on the ghost hunt managed to capture on picture the ghost of a man sat on a chair. The light anomaly on the picture shows a man in period dress seated on a chair suspended in mid air. Guests also reported seeing a glowing pair of red eyes. The dress of the ghost on the chair appears very similar to descriptions of the notorious spirit John Davies who possessed Derek Acorah live on television in 2004 at the Falstaff Experience.
Events & Engagement Manager
The Falstaff Experience
Stratford upon Avon
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Falstaff Experience's Tudor World is an award-winning museum of Tudor life, gift shop and theatre set within one of Stratford's most historic buildings. Within you will experience the recreated sights sounds and smells of 16th century England and Stratford.
It is the real life home of Shakespeare's famous comic character John Falstaff.
Terry Deary dedicated his book Stratford upon Avon to this historic building.