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Our white signature ghosts have been up to no good... Perfect for fans of True Crime, our blood spattered ghosts represent the darker side of Kentish history. From the infamous murder of Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Becket in 1170, right up to the Krays serving three months in Howe Barracks in Canterbury in the 1950s, whilst awaiting court martial for absconding from the army. They allegedly learned much of their trade there at that time...


The stories of Kent's dark history are many, and we'll explore more of them here with our Creepy Collection... Be warned; this collection is not for the faint of heart!


This blood-spattered ghostie is pearlescent white, with deep red blood spatters, and finished with UV resistant sealant.


Each Kent Coast Ghost is carefully handcrafted from clay and goes through several processes which include drying, sanding, sealing, painting, and finally varnishing, (dependent on the final finish). We don't use moulds to create our ghosts - every feature is added by hand using traditional clay tools - so every single one has its own unique features. Some of our ghosts are not perfectly straight, or may have different expressions in their eyes and faces...


They are also individually hand-painted so may contain slightly different patterning to the ghost pictured. This means that your ghost will not be exactly the same as the one photographed, as each one is as unique as you are. 


All of our ghosts will be sent in a gift box with a Certificate of Authenticity especially for your ghost, and yours alone. These are put in a special envelope sealed with our very own special spooky wax seal.


Different screen resolutions can change the accuracy of the colours slightly, and your ghost may look different from the one pictured due to the handmade nature of these curious creations. Please also note the certificate of authenticity pictured will be unique to your ghost and will contain different information.


Kent Coast Ghost - Blood Spatter