Evening Meeting: The Victorian Ghost Hunter (open to non-members)

Evening Meeting: The Victorian Ghost Hunter (open to non-members)

Monday, 13 June 2016 - 7:30pm

7.15pm for 7.30pm start in Mrs Howard Hall, Norton Way South, SG6 1NX

Meet a Victorian ghost hunter and take a look at the tools of his trade. Hear about the Society for Psychical Research which started in Cambridge in 1882 and discover the strange and bizarre tale of Edmund Gurney, one of its founding members. 'The Victorian Ghost Hunter' talk is a costumed talk for your added interest and entertainment.

The speaker, Andrew Selwyn-Crome, film producer, expert on paranormal, renowned and highly entertaining professional speaker, comes from a long line of film, television and theatre professionals. He relishes bringing tales to life for the enjoyment of people young and old, with a particular flair for storytelling - especially stories about ghosts! His work as a feature film producer/writer gives him an artistic eye for flair and showmanship and he has over 30 plays to his credit, including War of The Worlds.

Entrance: £4, payable on the door, includes a glass of wine or soft drink.

More detailed biography: Andrew Selwyn-Crome, film producer, expert on paranormal, renowned and highly entertaining professional speaker, comes from a long line of film, television and theatre professionals. He is related to Edgar and Archie Selwyn who were co-founders of MGM and his work as a feature film producer/writer gives him an artistic eye for flair and showmanship essential to successful projects. He has worked as a producer on short films and also as a theatre and radio producer. He has over 30 plays to his credit, including War of The Worlds, in association with Jeff Wayne Music and the Off-Broadway hit comedy ME & Jezebel. He has a number of other film and TV projects in different stages of development.

Andrew relishes bringing tales to life for the enjoyment of people young and old, with a particular flair for storytelling - especially stories about ghosts! He also works in publishing and Marketing. He has now transferred his skills into feature film production. Andrew has a keen interest in historical characters and has been actively involved in historical re-enactment of a wide range of periods from the Bronze Age right through to the 1960.