Press Release – 26th November 2009

Freshfields Animal Rescue and the Punchbowl (Sefton) part of the Vintage Inn group, have collaborated on three events: A Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre and two Ghostly Fireside Tales told in the front sitting room of the Punchbowl Inn. A total of £1500 was raised for Freshfields from these events.

The Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre was staged by Haunted Liverpool Ghostwalks ‘A Stab in the Dark’ Theatre group who are, Robert Bond, Lee Hithersay, Gemma Crossland and Lucy Rennie.

The Ghostly Fireside Tales were convincingly told by the infamous Captain Moonlight and Ex Chief Inspector Fosgrave, accompanied by the silent skeleton…and the dastardly Fredward, Captain Moonlight’s valet. Also in attendance were a team of Paranormal investigators – EXIMIUS. Eximius kindly gave their time, free of charge and led the ghost hunt at the back of Sefton Church. The group comprised Michael Hadfield, Lee Tomlinson, Mary Walton and Clare Rooney.

All thanks must go to Melanie Cooper and the staff of the Punchbowl for their hard work and sense of fun. They served delicious food and made each event an evening to remember.

The Punchbowl will be holding its next Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre on 10th December. The theatre and dinner cost £30.00 with all profits going directly to Freshfields Animal Rescue. For full details visit www.ghostwalks.org/events on 0151 526 1018.

www.ghostwalks.org

www.freshfieldsrescue.org.uk

http://www.vintageinn.co.uk/

For more details please contact Jan Robinson on 07983 160479 or email jan@ghostwalks.org

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~ by eximiusparanormal on November 27, 2009.

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