Released on 24 August 2012
Between 6 October - 22 December visitors to Surrey Heath Museum may find their visits a little spookier than normal with its forthcoming temporary exhibition Ghosts and Ghouls.
The exhibition will be curated with media coverage and folklore stories of ghostly phenomenon within Surrey Heath. The museum has information on the smiling nun spotted in the Children's Hospital in Frimley, a phantom coach with six horses travelling along on Diamond Ridge and College Road, an apparition of a lady in grey in a house on London Road and the ghost of a 19 year old girl, Mary Ann Watt who drowned herself in Tomlin's Pond over 100 years ago.
However, the museum is looking for more information on local paranormal activity and that's where the general public is needed. Is your house haunted? Have you seen an apparition? If so, the museum would love to hear from you as they would like to research some of these stories and find out if there is any historical connection.
Contact the museum on 01276 707284 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your stories.
To find out more information on the museum see www.surreyheath.gov.uk Opens in a new window or call the museum on 01276 707284