The Edward Jenner Museum

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A recent photo taken in the attic caught what appeared to be a man sitting in a chair. Many believe that the ghost of Edward Jenner himself, father of modern vaccination, resides in his old home and is likely to be the figure in the photo. Another spirit has been seen walking into Jenner’s study; employees are doubtless that this museum is haunted.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Church Ln
Berkeley GL13 9BN
United Kingdom

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51.6902095, -2.457953900000007
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Lydney, UK (4.0 mi.)
North Nibley, UK (4.1 mi.)


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