Who are we?
The Ghost Club is the oldest organisation in the world associated with psychical research. It was founded in 1862 but has its roots in Cambridge University where, in 1855, fellows at Trinity College began to discuss ghosts and psychic phenomena.
Past members include Charles Dickens, Siegfried Sassoon, Harry Price, Donald Campbell, Peter Cushing, Peter Underwood, Maurice Grosse, Sir Shane Leslie and Eric Maple.
Today the Ghost Club is a non-profit, social club run by an elected Council of volunteers and its purpose remains true to its roots; the Ghost Club offers open-minded, curious individuals the opportunity to debate, explore and investigate unexplained phenomena with like-minded people and record the results for posterity.
Ghost Club Christmas Lunch 2016
We're delighted to announce that members can now book their place at this year's Ghost Club Christmas Lunch. The venue will be The Britannia, Kensington and will take place on Saturday 3rd December. You can book and pay conveniently online or download the menu and return it by post along with payment. Further information can be found on either form. The closing date is Sunday 20th November. **Closing Date of 20th November has now passed**
April 2016 Meeting
The details for the April meeting can be found on the members' page. Please note that this meeting will be held at the King & Queen Pub on April 16th. Members MUST RSVP to attend.
Provan Hall, The Pearce Institute and Greenock Old Fire Station added on the Investigations page
Membership subscriptions can be conveniently renewed via PayPal.