Read all about what happened on our 2019 Ghost Hunt Events and what paranormal experiences occurred during the latest haunted evening!
Oh we do love to get about! …This weekend was concluded by heading south to get a fright-on in Brighton and what better place to head to than the Town Hall. Down beneath ground level are the old male and female police cells, the old police washroom and a back to bare basement and storage area, whilst above ground, a court room to investigate and public foyer areas. We love this place and were only there in December but wow were we glad to be back! The evening was scattered with some pretty mind blowing experiences from beginning to end with shadows being seen, k2’s lighting up on command and someone even got scratched!.
OUIJA BOARD. The first vigil of the night for one group soon became a thrilling experience that most won’t likely forget in a hurry! An undesirable named Greg(ory) came through on the board and after a long line of enquiries, the group established he was a Smuggler. After answering lots of questions with increasingly strong glass movements, it was time to up the anti and challenge this characterful crims energy by encouraging him to set off an EMF (K2) meter. With a mixture of patience and determination, the magical moment came when spirit Greg was able to light up the K2 all the way to red from a previously dormant meter. No mean feat!! Wanting more, we asked if he was willing to copy shapes from a piece of paper, Greg was able to correctly copy them! Amazing! After making “friends” with this loveable rogue, a further spirit came forward believed to be a police officer that we soon established wasn’t best pleased we’d befriended such an unsavoury character. So we struck a deal! – We would apologise for our time bonding with Greg, on one condition, that the officer would also trigger the K2. After trying in vain to get him to light it up, we decided to end the vigil by all apologising anyway and as soon as we did that, the K2 finally lit up. It seems our “sorry” was accepted! A cracking start to the investigation for that group with more fascinating moments to come!….
EQUIPMENT VIGIL : Down below street level, guests were given the opportunity to test their nerves by breaking off into small vulnerable numbers. Time was spent behind bars in the male and female cells, the old police shower block and storage rooms. In an end cell in the male block, 2 guests identified they werent alone when their k2 spiked up a level. An EVP session followed and on asking if they were a prisoner or an officer, a muffled “I am a prisoner” was heard on playback. The K2 meter showed fluctuations in energy and appeared to be fading but hit the red with a surge of energy when we played back an EVP that said “not bothered” (we’d asked him to shout at us if he wanted us to stay). It seems the spirit didn’t care whether we stayed or left the cell and reacted with strong energy when we laughed with him at his laid back response. Listen in to the Prisoner who is “not bothered” below!
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BRIGHTON OLD POLICE CELLS 16.02.19 EVP session male police cell We asked spirit prior to recording to shout at us if they still wanted us to stay in the cell else we would move on… Team Member “Come and shout at us” EVP @ 2 seconds “NOT BOTHERED” #brightonpolicecellsmuseum #brighton #paranormalactivity #evp #ghosts #ghosthunts #hauntedevenings
BASEMENT : Down in the washroom area, 2 women were joined by a further 2 ladies from their group and it wasn’t long before we again, detected a shift in energy when k2’s started to trigger. We felt we were likely in the presence of an Officer and were trying to establish whether he was happy us ladies were down there. All went quiet on the meters when a further 2 guests joined the vigil (a male and female) and we wondered whether the addition of the only male guest was the cause for the down turn in responses. As an experiment, we asked the spirit Officer to light the k2’s all the way to red if he wished the male guest to leave but had no response until the male stepped out of the room. On immediately stepping out, all 3 k2’s hit the red! Boom! Fantastic!
Other groups down in the same washroom/ basement area sighted shadows (seen independently by more than one party). The name Nancy also came up a few times over the spirit box and was confirmed using k2s. One guest felt he got touched on the leg and on closer inspection was found to have a small scratch!
COURTROOM : In the courtroom, movement was detected via a vibe pod which was intermittently being set off without explanation, as has done on previous investigations. Some guests suddenly became emotional with one male guest physically crying. Guests also heard a moan and knocking. Many people picked up on one corner of the court room that they seemed to take a dislike to and interestingly, despite being an incredibly warm building, cold spots were felt in that area. Shadows were also seen lurking at the corner of the Courtroom and someone was touched on their head.
As you may have cottoned on, last night’s investigation at this Brighton gem appeared to be packed full of paranormal activity and certainly kept us busy throughout the night!
It was our absolute pleasure to spend our Haunted Evening with all those who attended last night and on behalf of all the team, thank you all sincerely for making this investigation such a memorable one.
Our first visit of many to Gresley Old Hall this year took place last night and some really fascinating moments occurred as the night unfolded. For one summary only (!), We follow one Groups journey as their investigation unravelled a very intriguing story about some of the spirit energy that resides there….
Middle floor : Group 2 warmed up the start of their Haunted Evening by conducting a Human Pendulum in one of the main bedrooms. A female spirit was initially picked up during the experiment who once worked at the Hall, perhaps as a servant. Her presence soon weakened and the atmosphere shifted, caused we believe, by a stronger male energy that some sensed had stepped forward into the room. Picked up initially by a female guest and a crew member, this male energy (described as tall and of slim build), soon emotionally effected the female guest by making her feel quite visibly upset, it wouldn’t be until later in the evening that we would come to realise why. His energy also communicated through another female guest by moving her forwards and backwards for Yes/No responses. It became apparent, through questioning, that he once owned the Hall and whilst he didn’t want us there, he preferred the females within the group. Time to move on to the attic area…
Attic : Up in the eaves of this old Manor house, Group 2 were now joined by a new team member who, unbeknownst to him, started to pick up on the male and female spirits that were present during the first vigil. During this equipment vigil, one female guest (not effected previously) told the group the spirit name Alice (Alison) came to mind and with this, the sense of a little boy connected to this Alison was also sensed in the attic space. An EVP session captured the name “Alison” heard by all on playback and a further EVP also suggested the name “Edward” .With encouragement, the spirit child Edward was able to set off both a vibration device and a Rempod in the adjoining room. Amazing! Whilst communicating with Alison, team member Stu sensed the little boy had fallen to his death and an incredible EVP was then captured which we believed says “fallen down the lift shaft” (listen in to the EVP below!). Stu also sensed a male presence watching us. This male energy was dominant and not keen on us being there. Was this the male we had encountered down in the bedroom?
Ground Floor : Group 2’s third and final experiment was a ouija board down on the ground floor. A female spirit came forward after some patience from the group, moving the glass towards the letters A/B. Unable to spell, we asked if this was Alison, which received a strong movement to the yes on the board. The glass further moved to “E-D” for Edward and through yes/no questions, it became apparent we were back in contact with the mother and child spirit encountered earlier in the attic. Spirit Alison was able to conclude that Edward had accidentally fallen to his death somewhere on the middle floor believed to be hiding from the dominant male. We asked spirit to use the glass to show us whereabouts Edward was in the room. The glass indicated he was stood in the doorway to the reception room. One of the guests swept the doorway area with an EMF K2 meter and the device immediately spiked to red detecting a surge in energy and further validating what we were getting through on the board. Through further questioning we were able to establish that the dominant male spirit (sensed on the upper floors) had a hold over Alison and the child spirit Edward and that he was trying to prevent them from moving on. This, we concluded, must have been why in vigil one, one of the female guests was feeling so upset. Had she picked up the emotions of how this dominant male made spirit Alison feel? We believe this may well be the case.
On reflection and on reviewing accounts from previous investigations, it appears we have actually unearthed the name Edward before here but most prominently, throughout several investigation, (over several years) the detection of an unsavoury dominant male has been sensed, especially in the attic space. Child spirits have often been sensed in the attic and a female has previously come forward believed to be connected to / or a protector of the children. Evidence can certainly take years to collect and it seemed last night, for one group in particular, the pieces of Gresley Old Halls story were slowly being slotted together. It was a truly fascinating night to report back on and one I won’t ever forget!
On behalf of last nights team, Thank you to everyone who attended last nights investigation. All groups experienced some pretty cool moments of activity, from a phenomenal video capture of energy surges in the attic space (where all K2’s were lighting up), to strong Ouija board communications for all groups throughout the night .Thank you to all who helped bring that spirit energy forward during the investigation.
On Saturday night Haunted Evenings headed north for a nights investigation at this interesting location now surreally surrounded within a residential area of Bradford. Bolling Hall, of which parts dates back to the 14th century, also has a Victorian extension, lending any who enter, the experience of investigating 2 visibly different time periods.
With oppulent bedrooms and reception rooms to investigate one end (Victorian) and an old parlour/kitchen and panelled bedrooms to camp out in at the other (Tudor), groups were seperated down to try their hands at a variety of experiments, including a ouija board session in the dark and enclosed “Ghost Room”, an old tudor bedroom where a ghost was witnessed by it’s former resident.
Highlights of the investigation :
Parlour Area : A female spirit in need of help was communicated with during a Human Pendulum down in the old kitchen and a further female cook came forward who later came through on a ouija board session.
Dining room/staircase : 1 female guest felt upset and began crying, she moved and felt fine. Another female guest had the side of her face go numb. Shifting cold spots, vibe-pod and rempod hits occurred with the feeling that a female “lady” spirit and an important male spirit were possibly the cause . An EVP saying “No” was captured after we asked if they were happy that we were there.
Tudor Bedrooms : Muffled ghostly voices were captured on our voice recorders throughout the evening but nothing all too decipherable, other than a possible “sleep” in answer to our recorded question “are you awake or trying to sleep?” A rempod detected a possible shift in energy, otherwise fairly quiet in this part of the building.
Ouija Boards : The name Pat Sowa was spelt out during one session in the family room and a faint voice at the end of that ouija session was picked up on our recorder. The team member can be heard asking “come and tell us to leave spirit” with the response (EVP) “Leave right now”. For another group a connection to witchcraft, possibly a Court official came through on the board in the same room.
In the Ghost Room, initials LT came through, which on researching after the investigation, may be the initials of a former owner (Tempest Family). The name/word “Livington” was also captured as an EVP in this room, although research doesn’t show any immediate connections to the building.
Dining Room : During an EVP session with 4 guests in group 1, an EVP was captured saying “Get out of here” followed by “all of them are here” when we asked “can you give us the number of how many of us are in your room right now?”! (EVP BELOW) One male guest called out and received a shout followed by we think, a very muffled “Get out of my house” albeit not a Class A EVP it was a great little session!
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BOLLING HALL 09.02.19 EVP Session in the Dining Room Team member – “Come and talk to us please” @ 2.5 seconds – EVP “GET OUT OF HERE” Team member – “We can’t see you, so if you can see us, can you give me the number of how many of us are in your room right now?” @ 12 seconds – “ALL OF THEM ARE HERE” #bollinghallmuseum #ghosthunts #evp #hauntedevenings
Red Boudoir : We tried one more EVP session up in the Red bedroom, part of the Victorian end of the building and thought we heard a faint “I’m here” or “over here” (not clear enough). We continued by asking spirit if they were trying to play hide and seek. On review, 2 recordings after, it appears we captured a faint “behind you”! (Caught on 2 recorders).
Thank you to everyone who joined us on Saturday nights investigation at Bolling Hall. A first visit for the team and a venue we will most likely look to return to in the future to carry on our investigations.
Haunted Evenings headed to their hometowns historic quarter last night to investigate the Leicester Guildhall, the oldest building in town! Every accessible inch of this Grade 1 listed Tudor building was covered and every vigil style was conducted to coax out the spirits that reside there. The results were simply quite phenomenal!
3 groups took on the challenge of conducting 4 vigils over the course of the evening, 2 traditional and 2 equipment based. Here are just some of the highlights :
Cells : Downstairs at street level, vigil one soon gathered pace when K2 meters detected shifts in energy (EMF) which seemed to respond on command when we asked spirit to bring their energy forward. A cracking class A EVP was captured that, on review, we believe says “The Name”. A further EVP from directly inside the old cell states, faintly but clearly “let me out” when a team member asked “would you like us to let you out?”
EVP “The Name”
EVP “Let me out now”
Great Hall : Human Pendulums and dowsing rod experiments were fruitful for all groups, with many guests detecting energy spots in the same part of this magnificent old tudor hall. Personal connections were made for some of the guests in more than one of the groups.
Library : The 3rd oldest library in the country was home to our equipment last night as well the cells beneath. K2s spiked for one group believed to be the spirit of a man. During an EVP session we captured a spirit counting to 7. Was this the same male that, for the immediate group that followed spoke into our recorder and said “(Simon) Get out of here” followed by a “get back…..properly”
EVP “(Simon) Get out of here!”
All additional EVP’s mentioned are over on Instagram
Thank you to all the guests who attended last nights Haunted Evening. Your willingness to participate and persevere certainly paid off! Thanks also to the team who made another night at the Leicester Guildhall such a cracking one!
Friday night the team headed across country to seek the warm hospitality over at the oldest pub in Wales. With history dating back to the 1100’s, this olde Inn oozies character and charm but above all else, has layers of dark history that attracts paranormal investigators from far and wide!
The Skirrid Inn once acted as a local court and it is believed that some unfortunates who were found guilty of their crimes were hanged here. An eerie reminder of its darker past can be seen as you head up the old wooden stairs passed the replica hanging noose!
After enjoying the delights of our 2 course meal, guests were broken down into 2 groups to investigate all areas of the Skirrid. It soon became apparent that traditional investigation methods provided the better methods of communication, from a female spirit detected through a human pendulum held in the main bar area that communicated through 3 seperate guests to glass divination gaining contact with a male spirit on the board. Bedroom 3 got the hearts racing for some guests and crew, child spirits were felt in bedroon 1 and energy was picked up at the bottom of the stairs. One particular highlight were the EVP’s captured in the bar areas and was a great way for those present, to end the night.
We cannot thank the guests enough for their approach to the investigation, with everyone willing to get involved and try out the variety of experiments we had on offer.
We will be back to the Skirrid Inn in September to see what else we can experience – places are available to book now.
39 De Grey Street, or “The Hostel” as it was once nicknamed is certainly an intriguing yet controversial building to investigate. Haunted Evenings first investigated the property in 2017 and experienced some of the most memorable evidence to date on those invests, some which seemed to undeniably back up at least some of the owner Andy’s accounts of what he experienced whilst he lived there some several years before. The building is clearly rundown which in many ways adds to its charm and whatever the buildings background, we can only report back on what we have experienced and we simply cannot deny that, “strange stuff happens here!” and that this location is very much worthy of checking out!
So what did we capture last night at “The Hostel”?
EMF (Electro-Magnetic Field) fluctuations – Not necessarily the highlight but certainly the most prominent “feature” of last nights investigation was the amount of EMF fluctuations. K2 meters and (the not so sensitive) Mel Meters were spiking strongly throughout the building, with K2 meters spiking to red on numerous occasions at random times in random places, some appearing to spike on command, some not so. This activity could certainly be described as confusing. Usually strong EMF fluctuations on that scale can usually be debunked eventually but despite a lot of investigating, no logical explanation could be formed. We regularly asked people to check phones were in flight mode and even if they weren’t, the EMF meters didn’t react in the same way they usually do when someone accidently leaves their phone on. It was one of those nights where we just had to eventually sit back and accept that somethings are just unexplainable and enjoy the moments!
OUIJA BOARD – On the ouija board pretty much zero happened. Disappointing as that maybe, the (lack of) activity was at least consistent for both groups, which in many respects can be taken as a result! After an hours attempt with group 2, the glass did at one moment move, no more than what could have been perceived as a nudge but what was interesting was in that very moment, the k2 meter also spiked. It did feel like they (spirit) wanted it to move but couldn’t. The energy not quite right perhaps.
EVP’s – During the investigation, several EVP’s were captured during the various experiments around the building, including what we believe to be this Class A EVP which says “I liked it” when a team member asked “Did you want to live here spirit?“. Listen in at 5 seconds to hear the “I LIKED IT” response…
KIT VIGIL – For one group during a kit vigil on the middle floor, the vigil soon led all to gather around a coffin that has been placed in one of the rear bedrooms. As an experiment, voice recorders were placed inside the coffin with undecipherable (muffled) voices being captured in response. On placing one recorder on top of the coffin, an amazing EVP was captured that we believe says “Look at the dead body” – A spine tingling moment for sure! Listen in (at 1 second in)….
TRIGGER VIGIL – Downstairs, during vigil 1, for many the highlight was a bright light that took everyone sat in the main room by surprise!. What can only be described as a white light flashed in the darkened room immediately after we asked them (spirit) to light up something in the room. Although no one had turned their torch on accidentally, we attempted to flash torches near to the original source to try and replicate what we had all seen, as that seemed to be the only logical explanation. We couldn’t replicate it and we couldn’t debunk it. An amazing moment!
Smaller locations such as The Hostel are often more intense investigations that can produce a higher yield of activity because more time can be spent in each room, allowing spirits the time and energy often required to come forward.
Last night certainly provided some pretty intense moments for those who took part and the team thoroughly enjoyed the investigation as well as meeting everyone who attended last night. Thank you to all for making our return visit (after almost 18 months) such a memorable one.
This magnificent Georgian Mansion and former (1850’s) hospital became Haunted Evenings home last night and I think it is safe to say that we would still be there now investigating if we could! Knocks, footsteps, voices and poltergeist activity! This venue was phenomenal!
Spread out amongst the many rooms and floors on offer, guests took on the challenge of seeking out the paranormal within the cities most haunted building. From the dark vaulted 16th century cellars (known today as the “Priestgate Vaults”), the original dining room, the servants kitchen, the servants stairwells (out of bounds to the general public), through to the original hospital’s operating room and once hospital wards (main museum areas), we certainly had a lot of ground to cover!
Thank you to all that attended last nights Haunted Evening at this fantastic location! Here are just a few of the highlights!
Upper Floors – To cover as much ground as possible, guests were let loose with equipment to see what they could capture alone in almost half the building. Some headed to the upper floor, with its nurses/servants corridor and stairwell whilst others investigated the middle floor.
Middle Floor – During one middle floor vigil, different types of EMF meters were all spiking, indicating a possible strong shift in energy. For one guest in another group, she became tearful in one particular room on the middle floor, which subsided when she left, only for it to happen again several hours later. This seemed to be related to mentioning children.
In a side area, during the same vigil, voices were captured on voice recorders, fairly undecipherable overall but with one possible “cellar” response when we asked where their energy was strongest…..all became apparent later!!
Dining Room – The former dining room, which has never been investigated before, felt a more edgy room to enter. Again, some gravely voices were detected during more than one of the vigils, a possible “Richard” was heard on one EVP and vibe pods lit up for more than one group, detecting movement in the room when we all were seated around the table.
Operating Theatre – In the old surgery room, a few felt uneasy even entering this area. With the original Victorian tiled floors and walls, its the biggest reminder that this building was once a hospital. For one group, a male spirit came forward who had an attachment to a child who had died in his care due to a medical mishap. As the vigil came to an end, a bang was heard in the room that we couldn’t debunk.
Cellar / Vaults – For two out of three groups last night, the cellars (Vaults) was the most active area with some guests entering as skeptics and emerging as fully converted believers!. Firstly, coins were left locked off in one vault that, when checked, had moved during the first vigil of the evening. At the same time, in the “coffin” vault, where all the group were sitting during a call out / trigger vigil, the flag that lay over the coffin moved of its own accord. It has been reported by venue staff that other people have experienced poltergeist activity down in the cellar area so given 2 accounts were experienced of that nature only goes on to strengthen these claims. Although quieter down in the cellars for the last group of the night, all the group were accounted for when muffled but heavy footsteps were heard almost above the vault. It sounded like a singular person walking from the middle of the vault ceiling towards the edge of the room, all guests were sat down at the time!……
Despite all of the experiences throughout the building, the cellar certainly left most with the WOW factor and during freetime most guests made a beeline back to the vaults for one last chance of a further paranormal hit! On behalf of last night’s team, Nat, Sarah & Andy, thank you so much to such a cracking bunch of guests who were clearly up for last nights haunted evening, you guys and gals made the investigation what it was – awesome!
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“What a fantastic night, so well organised and professionally executed, you couldn’t have wished for a better night, with activity everywhere it only took my 2 sceptical friends less that an hour to be convinced and after that they and me wanted more. A great fun filled night in an awesome venue. Thanks guys, we’ll be seeing you again soon.” K.Vallis 20.01.19 Source:facebook
“That was 1 of the most amazing nights I have ever witnessed and the cherry on the top was the union Jack flag moving in front of my eyes. A great night and will definitely be attending other nights with yourselves.” S.Firek 20.01.19 Source:facebook
“Had a fantastic night thanks to Haunted Evening for letting us share the experience of this building cracking night we will look forward to booking with you again 👀👻x” T.Newman 20.01.19 Source:facebook
“Absolutely loved it!!!!” L.Hutchinson 20.01.19 Source:facebook
“Got some great photos. Thanks for a great night all. 🙂 see you on the next one.” S.Bowen 20.01.19 Source:facebook
“Rich is now a true believer, loved the night and cant wait to go on another!! Best birthday present ever” E.Martin 20.01.19 Source:facebook
“My favourite night so far. You always attract a good bunch of people👌👻” C.Hodson 20.01.19 Source:facebook
“Really enjoyable night, plenty happening and very well organised, probably one of the best groups out there!” S.Benton 20.01.19 Source:facebook
“Haunted Evenings are a fantastic paranormal group will definitely be attending another one of there events in the future” C.Bryan 20.01.19 Source:facebook
“What a excellent first ghost hunt cant wait to do it again we went back today in the daylight to have a good look round 👻👻” D.Bray 20.01.19 Source:facebook
Where to start, where to start?!
What an absolute pleasure last nights investigation was! To be able to spend the evening in what felt like a tardis of Victorian history all laid out over several areas, police cells, corridors, the old bedrooms and former fire station canteen….the list goes on! – it was the building that kept on giving! Perfect for splitting off into isolated zones, each vigil taking on a different feel and providing a variety of evidence – our time here flew and the team left all agreeing we need to return!!
Highlights of the evening:
Spending time in the old 1900’s police cells was naturally going to form part of our investigation and in this area, including the former stable block beyond, guests took part in an equipment vigil.
During one vigil, a couple of our devices started to indicate shifts in temperature and movement which prompted an EVP session. A faint “help” was heard on playback so in a later question, we asked again if they wanted help. The EVP we got in response was indeed a further “help” but much louder and clearer than the first. Down in the end cell, a further EVP said “help him”. When we asked for the number of the cell, we received the response “seven” (the only numbered response throughout the session) and on saying goodbye, we heard a “thank you very much”! All this from a cell that apparently reports a negative energy….all food for thought!
Ouija board sessions for 2 out of the 3 groups were similar in as much as the glass moved quite strongly but the information given didn’t make much sense. A child spirit was picked up in the Police Station office area and on the ground floor fire station, a male spirit who spelt the word “crew” came through.
Upstairs above the fire station, guests were free to roam the old fire brigades former communal areas (old function/ dining room) as well as the upper level which had several rooms off, all once bedrooms for the Fire Brigade before they moved out in 1924. Whilst some guests didnt experience much goings on, for others, growls were heard as well as K2 meters going off on command. Whilst the level of activity varied throughout this zone and much was about being in the right place at the right time, it was nevertheless a challenge to spend time alone up there!
On behalf of all of the team, thank you to all the guests who came out last night to spend a haunted evening with us in this cracking Sheffield location. We hope you all enjoyed your time here as much as we did and all got home safely.
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“Really enjoyed it thankyou” K.Siddons 19.01.19 Source:facebook
“Was a good night thank you” L.Clark 19.01.19 Source:facebook
“Enjoyed it thanks x” H.Peck 19.01.19 Source:facebook
Last night Haunted Evenings revisited St Mary’s Guildhall, one of Coventry’s finest buildings tucked away opposite the ruins of St Michael’s Cathedral in the City’s historic quarter.
This location has countless rooms to break off into, with many of the areas varying in age, dating back over hundreds of years, from the 15th Century “Great Hall” to much later additions built in the 19th Century for the city council courts.
Some of last nights highlights :
We separated down into 3 groups and spent the evening investigating all 4 corners of the location. 2 of the 4 planned experiments this evening were based around glass divination, with most activity experienced in and around the Drapers Room. For two groups, personal connections were experienced in this area whilst no personal connections were made at all on board number 2 near the upstairs main hall “Armoury” room. Whilst communication was slow on the board in this area, after much patience from the guests, the glass did knock and nudge a handful of times either at the same time as a k2 meter spiked or just after. Amazing! Goes to show that sometimes some of the best moments are the most subtle!.
EVP’s were captured in several of the rooms investigated, in fact it never took long to establish we were not alone, however, most of the responses picked up on our voice recorders were indecipherable. A few classic but muffled “get outs” were heard, along with a possible “Arthur” and the word “Bastard” faintly picked up on another!.
Some of our equipment became lively in certain areas, one such hotspot was the Armoury Room where a Rempod went off after being left on a table for some 20 mins or more. People experienced cold spots at similar intervals to kit triggering in the side chamber too!
K2 meters were going off strongly in one of the rooms off of the Great Hall, however, the way they were triggering suggested this wasn’t spirit energy and subsequently debunked.
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“Thank you for a great evening . Will definitely be back to do another one !” K. Lynn 13.01.19 Source:facebook
Haunted New Year everyone!
It may already seem a little late to acknowledge the New Year some 11 days in, however, for us, last night was Haunted Evenings first event of 2019 and the team were out in force at this stunning looking location – Stoke Rochford Hall nr Grantham.
On behalf of all the team, We just want to say a quick thank you to all the guests who attended last night and helped kick start 2019 in style. ….have you been caught on camera?!
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“Thank you to the whole team. It was fantastically organised and where the 6 hours went, I don’t know?! It was our first time and it was unlike anything I have ever experienced. The ouija board far outshone my expectations and the message I got was the weirdest sensation ever (in a good way). I could’ve stayed and chatted to my Grandad all night. It was very comforting. So thanks again and my husband stuck to the main roads on the journey home – pretending he wasn’t scared lol x Thank you” L. Clarke 12.01.19 Source:facebook
“Fabulously night thank you to all the team.. x” L. Thandy 12.01.19 Source:facebook
“Had a great time ty .. Will definitely be doing another evening with you 😀” J. Evans 12.01.19 Source:facebook
“lovely picture ladies and a great night. Thanks everyone. X” S.Darker 12.01.19 Source:facebook