Ghost Club Society

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Ghost Club Society was an organization formed in England in 1993 by prominent ghost investigator Peter Underwood after his departure from the Ghost Club of London. The Ghost Club Society is based on an original ghost society founded in Cambridge in 1851. The club conducted meetings and Paranormal InvestigationS. It was inactive by 2005.

Underwood was president for life, and Joseph Goodman served as first chairman. Members have in cluded author Colin Wilson, who serves as vice president; medium Rosemary Brown; author Daniel Farson, great-nephew of Bram Stoker; parapsychologist Dr. George Owen; Dame Barbara Cartland; actor Peter Cushing; Bish op Meryvn Stockwell; and Dame Jean Conan Doyle, a descendant of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.



  • “The Ghost Club Society.” Available online. URL: https:// www. Downloaded on July 20, 1999.

The Encyclopedia of Ghosts and Spirits – Written by Rosemary Ellen Guiley  – September 1, 2007

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