Halloween Special Event

With Halloween on its way, you may be thinking about how you can spend this night, without being tucked up indoors playing horror films in the background.

You’ve outgrown the nostalgia of Trick-or-Treating, and you’re searching for something that is not only different but, quite literally, channels history as well.

So, if you’re sick of spending each and every Halloween the same way, why not join us on our Jack the Ripper Halloween Tour! It’ll be a night to remember.

On 31st October 2015, we will be holding a special event that involves a three-course meal, a séance and much more! Not only will a real medium, specialising in gruesome crime and history, be paying the event a visit, but also involved in the séance is none other than Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Plus, on top of all this, you can look forward to a few other Victorian-themed surprises along the way that are sure to guarantee a frighteningly good night!

First, you will be taken to the East End’s most notorious locations, some of which were where Jack the Ripper carried out his grisly deeds. After learning more about the Ripper and his infamous place in the history books, you will tuck into a lovely three course dinner at the Mumbai Square restaurant, where you will be joined by costumed mystics and mediums.

You can find out more about this tour by clicking here.

So, whether you’re a crime history fanatic or you’re interested in London’s past, book your place on our Jack the Ripper Halloween Tour today, or get in touch if you have any queries. You can always brush up on your Ripper history as well by reading about the notorious crimes on our website. We look forward to seeing (and spooking) you!

Richard CobbRichard Cobb – has written 214 posts on this site.
Richard Cobb is a industry expert on everything Jack The Ripper, he is also the founding partner of The Jack The Ripper Tour which has become extremely successful over the last 3 years.

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