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A Skeptic's guide to Ghost Hunting
This event is organised by Cambridge Skeptics in the Pub Tickets: £3.00 advance / £5.00 on the door A Skeptic’s Guide to Ghost Hunting offers an entertaining, funny and at times scary introduction to the world of modern paranormal research. Audiences have laughed, gasped and even cried... Lifting the lid on sham ghost-hunting claims, showcasing the latest not-so-amazing paranormal evidence, and exposing the tricks of the trade, paranormal researcher Hayley Stevens will show how not all is what it seems when it comes to things that go bump in the night. Described as 'the Scully end of the Mulder-Scully X-Files spectrum' by The Times, Hayley Stevens has been investigating ghosts and monsters for over a decade, ever since she was a teenager. She has entertained audiences all across Europe with her talks on investigating the paranormal and her writing can be found in Skeptical Inquirer, The Skeptic, Paranormal Magazine and on her award-winning blog, 'Hayley is a Ghost'.

The Blue Moon pub

2, Norfolk Street, CB1 2LF · Cambridge

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A group for anyone interested in exploring Big Questions over a cup of coffee or a pint - rationally and passionately. This Meetup is an electronic noticeboard of the Cambridge Humanist Group. The CHG has been debating and socializing locally for many years.

The Cambridge Humanist Group is a welcoming and diverse community of atheists and secularists. We are committed to good company and a good life without religion. We stand up for the right of non-believers to be free from imposition by religious views and organisations.

We run Sunday coffee mornings at CB2 Bistro, hold a pub social at a central Cambridge venue on most 1st Thursdays of the month, hold discussions and various social events throughout the year.

All of the events posted on this Meetup site are open to non-members/ interested parties. Our Culture Club, Christmas Party and other events hosted by individual members at their homes are open to current fellow-members of the CHG only. A membership form is available from committee members at the Sunday coffee morning.

If you are non-religious and looking for interesting debates and like-minded people, why not come along?

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