You are invited to Marryman Hall – a place full of unpredictable twists, characters and surprises. But this is no ordinary Haunted house and no ordinary ghost story… so come and stay to find out how and why…
In a bleak midwinter, 6 work colleagues find themselves snowed in at a beautiful 19th Century Hall in Dorset, England. They’d come for an anniversary celebration, but slowly begin to realise there could be other guests in the Hall and they may have been there for a very long time, waiting. But waiting for what?
As the snowfall continues, the secrets and private demons of the 6 guests are brought into the light – and the Hall’s own secrets and demons follow. Set between present day and Georgian England, “The General Theory Of Haunting” will take you to a place you’ve never visited before and, like the guests, you won’t know what’s truly happening until it’s way too late… So come and discover what’s really waiting at Marryman Hall…
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Richard Easter is a UK based TV writer. By day, he writes entertainment shows, but by night, he’s been visiting Marryman Hall… He lives in Manchester with his wife, daughter and 2 cats (Spock & Colonel Custard, to be formal) plus a room full of musical instruments that don’t get picked up half as much as he’d like. “The General Theory Of Haunting” is one-third of Richard’s “Snow Trilogy”, 3 self-contained stories about snow that are connected in ways that only become apparent once the entire trilogy is read. Outside writing, Richard enjoys movies, music, madras curries and many other things beginning with M. In this case, “Mysteries”.