Ghost Hunt Belgrave Hall | Leicester | East Midlands

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Ghost Hunt Belgrave Hall


Dare to join Haunted Evenings at the infamous Belgrave Hall in Leicester for a ghost hunting experience?!  You will enter this suburban house in the dark, armed with all the very latest equipment (from thermal imaging cameras, EMF devices, SLS style cameras, audible recording devices etc)….separated down into unnervingly small groups, you will get the chance to take part in an array of paranormal investigation vigils to see what ghostly encounters you can experience throughout the night in the various areas on offer; from the old cellar, parlour, kitchen, stable block, reception rooms, former bedrooms and servants bedroom….

Belgrave Hall – A brief History

Belgrave Hall is an 18th Century Queen Anne Style building that nestles behind garden walls in the suburbs of Leicester City centre. Built around 1709, this hall has had various wealthy family occupants, many providing a positive contribution to the local community. The Hall opened to the public in 1936 as a museum showing what life was like in a middle class family and as domestic servants back in the Victorian era. Now a heritage site, the rooms may now lay empty of furnishings but the building is far from empty of spirit energy!

Paranormal Activity at Belgrave Hall

Belgrave Hall has had its fair share of Ghostly sightings. Staff at Belgrave Hall have felt the presence of many unexplained goings on. A negative male energy has been reported upstairs along with another energy of a child and another male who had died in an accident at the Hall. On numerous investigations here over the years, guests have experienced strange activity during both traditional and equipment based vigils, from unexplainable voices, cold spots, equipment triggering and contact via Ouija boards and human pendulums.  What will you discover on your Haunted Evening?!….

What’s Included | Ghost Hunt Belgrave Hall?

  • Guided tour/access all areas at Belgrave Hall
  • A variety of ghost hunting vigils using different techniques (see “What’s Included” tab below for full details)
  • Full use of all the latest paranormal equipment
  • Complimentary Tea, Coffee, Hot Chocolate and soft drinks
  • Complimentary light snacks
  • Fully insured & First Aid Cover

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Event times | 9.00pm-02.00am
Arrival times | From 8.45pm

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Ghost Hunt Belgrave Hall

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You will receive an order confirmation email once you have successfully placed your order. This is your proof of purchase as we do not send tickets out for our events, instead we operate a Guest List system. On receiving your order you will be automatically added to our guest list. Closer to your event date, you’ll be able to access all welcome information about your event from the “YOUR EVENT” tab from the main menu. This will give you all the information you will need for your night to come, including check in procedures, where to park, when to arrive and what to bring/wear. These details will likely not be available until the week of your event and could be added as late as 48 hours before. If your event is a few weeks away, please keep checking the Your Event tab closer to your event date. Most general information,( google map, arrival times) can be found on the product listing in the meantime.

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Belgrave Hall
Church Road
Leicester
LE4 5PE

Guest Testimonials


BELGRAVE HALL GHOST HUNT REVIEWS | LEICESTER

“Me and my son loved it! We will definitely be booking with you again! Thank you to all the fantastic staff at Haunted Evenings x” R.Bishop 09.06.19 Source:Facebook

“Another excellent night, thanks Haunted Evenings…..see you soon …. from group number 1 x” J.McCormack 09.06.19 Source:Facebook

“Enjoyed it muchly!😊😁Even getting touched!👻Bring on the next one!👍🏻👌🏻🙌🏻” G.Concepcion 09.06.19 Source:Facebook

“Thanks all for a fantastic night. So glad we got to experience things aswell. It was our first investigation and will definitely be booking again x” E.Towers 09.06.19 Source:Facebook

“A wonderful experience! Thank you x” J.Ellis 08.06.19 Source:Facebook

“Hi… thanks for a fantastic night.. great professional team with some great results.. see you all soon” G.Clarke 22.04.18 Source:Facebook

Had a fantastic time last night at Belgrave hall from the 4 in group 4 !!!””
J.Mccormack 22.04.18 Source:Facebook

“Had a really great night. Thanks” A.Robinson 22.04.18 Source:Facebook

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BELGRAVE HALL EVENT SUMMARY

08.06.19

Nestled close by to the River Soar, just 3 miles from the City Centre, stands a hidden reminder of 18th Century Leicester that is sadly so easily missed due to the suburbia that now encases it. Belgrave Hall, built in 1709, was our hometown location for last nights Haunted Evening, a venue we fondly visit year after year to continue our investigations into the paranormal.

So what did the former wealthy merchants house offer up last night?

Ouija Board : We investigated 2 sections we’ve never fully utilised before to mix things up a bit and got some interesting results! The old stable block may not be the most obvious place (with all that Belgrave Hall has to offer) but gave some fascinating interactions with spirit via the Ouija Board. A female spirit who had her 6 children around her found it difficult to spell so we asked her and her children to copy shapes and numbers written down that the guests couldn’t see. She successfully drew the correct shape and selected the correct number scribbled on the paper!
Other board work in the old parlour produced results during the evening, a personal interaction as well as less decipherable messages from spirits connected to the building.

Equipment : We used equipment throughout the house and whilst the cellar proved fairly quite last night (unlike on previous investigations), energy was strongest in the main entrance hall. Rempods, designed to pick up strong shifts in magnetic energy, were set off during more than 1 of the 4 vigils conducted here with great force. Guests reported they felt energy racing around their human pendulum circle and this appeared certainly to be evident due to Rempods going off so strongly. In another pendulum, 3 guests were effected by swaying, one of which encountered a personal connection which understandably left her a little shaken.
Further experiments in this ground floor area provided other groups with activity, concluding that this appeared to be Belgrave Halls paranormal hotspot last night!
2 of the main bedrooms produced interesting results during 2 vigils with K2 meters spiking and vibration devices triggering.

The old kitchen area, whilst quiet for most, indicated a spirit energy near the fireplace, our vibe pod triggering on command and a muffled EVP suggesting they were near the “fire”. For another group, a chair in the kitchen made a clicking noise that was made louder on command with cold spots felt around it!.

We’re pleased to report that by the end of the evening we all experienced a degree of strange occurrences during both traditional and tech style vigils, from the subtle to the surreal!. An intriguing night where activity seemed to shift from one area to the next, often building towards the end of allotted time, keeping us all on our toes! Thanks to all those who attended last nights haunted evening at Belgrave Hall, your approach to the evening was absolutely spot on and it was a pleasure to be apart of your investigation. We’ll call in again soon to Belgrave Hall, watch this space!

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