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The Ghosts of Senate House is one part of a creative research project led by Sarah Sparkes. It serves as an archive for uncanny, apocryphal stories emanating from Senate House. These stories formed part of "a Magical library for the 21st Century" an archive of writings, recordings, artwork, artefacts, and other contributions, which was first shown at the University of London as part of The Bloomsbury Festival October 2011.

Friday, 1 April 2011

The lift haunted by Deller's ghost?

Haunted Lift?
Sir Edwin Deller (1883-1936), was Principal of the University of London between 1929 - 1936.
On November 28th, 1936, Deller was visiting Senate House Tower, then under construction, and it was here that he met an untimely end, being crushed by a falling item of construction equipment.  The exact nature of this equipment is under dispute, though it was large enough to simultaneously injure four others!                             
Deller's ghost is said to haunt a lift in Senate House , but is it this lift? 
Another lift has been suggested as a possible site of the accident, although possibly not of the haunting...

                                                                                                                 

Watch this space for more on Deller's ghost and please do send us any relevant information which may shed more light on the haunting.



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