Ghostly goings-on making an appearance on Royston’s calendar

PUBLISHED: 05:43 25 November 2014 | UPDATED: 05:43 25 November 2014

King David carved on the wall of the Royston Cave

King David carved on the wall of the Royston Cave


Things that go bump in the night are to the fore in Royston this week.

Due to popular demand ghost expert and author Damien O’Dell is returning to Royston Library on Thursday night for another session discussing local hauntings and his experiences with the paranormal across the UK.

Tickets are available from the library.

On Saturday, December 6, you can step down into historic Royston Cave by candlelight – pay £2.50 on the door between 11am and 1.30pm for an atmospheric experience in the landmark location.

Children must be accompanied by an adult but U16s go free.

And later that day you can join a ghost walk around the town from 4pm.

The intrepid spook searchers will be setting off from the town railway station in Kneesworth Street on the trail of the unexplained, led by Damien O’Dell.

Tickets are £6, and also available from the library in Market Hill.


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