Halloween At The Essex Police Museum

Talk: The (Supposedly) Haunted Police Stations of Essex

Thursday 18th October 2018, 7.30-9pm

£3 pp, including refreshments

Join us for tales of haunted police stations, disembodied footsteps, ghostly laughter and half-glimpsed apparitions. Handed down from officer to officer, employee, these stories run through the police force from the very earliest days of the Essex Constabulary. Email: hannah.wilson@essex.pnn.police.uk to reserve you space(s).

Halloween Crafts

Every Saturday and Wednesday 24th October, 10-4pm £2pp

Make a spooky mask and floaty ghost decoration plus decorate you own trick or treat bag!

Any child who can tell us one way to keep safe trick or treating gets a free colouring book and sticker!

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