Sheffield Fire Museum Ghost Hunts | National Emergency Services Museum | Yorkshire

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Sheffield Fire Museum Ghost Hunts
(National Emergency Services Museum)

Event Date | Saturday 14th September 2019
Event Price | £39.00 per person
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Reportedly the Most Haunted Museum in Sheffield, Haunted Evenings invites you or shall we say DARES you to join us on a night of ghost hunting at the National Emergency Services Museum | Old Fire and Police Museum in Sheffield. Try your hand at ghost hunting using all the latest equipment, take part in your own experiments and/or stay close to the team as they explore and investigate the paranormal goings on at this eerie location. This is your best chance of experiencing ghost hunting in Sheffield first hand. The Haunted Evenings team will leave you wanting more as they conduct some unique experiments at this fantastic location!

History of Sheffield’s Fire & Police Museum

The building, that now houses the newly appointed National Emergency services Museum ( national status achieved 2014), had stood derelict for years and was built for the Victorian Police Fire Brigade in September 1900. The building was used for both functions until 1929 when the Fire Brigade relocated. During Word War II, the police cells were reconfigured to enlarge them enough to create a secure location for the Police forces telecommunication system. From 1965-1980 the building stood empty after the Police force also relocated. The building became derelict, with broken windows and left in a horrid state, until the building was acquired by firefighters from South Yorkshire who used the building to display artifacts from the services history. The Museum opened its doors to the public in 1983.

Paranormal Activity at Sheffield’s Haunted Museum

Plenty of paranormal activity has been reported here at the Fire & Police Museum and Haunted Evenings fancy taking all their extensive paranormal equipment with a load of budding ghost hunters to investigate for themselves what actual haunted happenings occur here. It’s been recorded that ghostly sightings have occured throughout the building, hotspots allegedly are the bottom of the stairs where a full bodied apparition was seen as well as voices heard in the cellars and upstairs rooms. With so many artefacts housed in the museum, its highly likely that spirits haunting the building are attached to memorabilia that is displayed here. It’s also been reported that a strong negative spirit still resides in the building. What will we find when we investgate here?..

What’s Included | Sheffield Fire Museum Ghost Hunts?

  • Complimentary Tea, Coffee, Hot Chocolate and soft drinks & various snacks
  • Guided tour/access all areas (areas to include police cells, former stable block, main fire station, firemen’s bedrooms, former dining room etc),
  • Jam packed night of ghost hunting using different techniques (see “What’s Included” tab below for full vigil details)
  • Chance to investigate on your own or in groups or both!
  • Full use of all the very latest paranormal equipment

Event Dates Available…

Saturday 14th September 2019

Event times | 9.00pm-2.00am
Doors Open | From 8.45pm

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TERMS & CONDITIONS – SUMMARY

*Guests must be 18+ (please contact for 16+)
*Deposits are strictly non-refundable / non-transferable
*Remaining balances refundable up until 4 weeks before
*No alcohol / illegal substances allowed prior to or during the event
*Guests must bring a torch and wear sensible shoes
*This location is sadly not suitable for people with mobility difficulties

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What happens after I’ve booked my place?

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. If choosing to place down a deposit, please ensure you pay your remaining balances in no later than 4 weeks prior to the event (9th February 2019). Approximately 1 week prior to the event, welcome information will be posted up on the “YOUR EVENT” section of the website, although this could be as late as 48 hours before.



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Map / Location

National Emergency Services Museum
Old Police/ Fire Station
W Bar
Sheffield
S3 8PT

What's Included

*Welcome Meeting with complimentary refreshments (Tea, Coffee, Hot Chocolate & Soft Drinks on arrival)

*Walk round of the location with the lights on, pointing out places of interest.

*Guests will then be split into smaller groups to carry out small vigils

*Equipment Vigil. Guests will investigate an area using all the latest paranormal equipment. We will show you how to use all the devices, from thermal imaging cameras to listening devices. We will also see what we capture using voice and video recorders.

* Communication Boards. Guests will move on to another area and use techniques on the Ouija board, Yes|No boards. Paranormal Equipment will also be available for guests to use during the session.

* Victorian Vigil. Guests will move on to another area and will have a go at using old and new techniques such as Table Tipping, Human Pendulums. We will also carry out EVP experiments, alongside these more traditional style investigations.

* Lone Vigils. Guests brave enough will be given time to re-visit areas of the location unaccompanied. Armed with walkie talkie contact with the team, guests can take any available equipment and conduct their own vigils.

*Group Vigil. Guests wanting to stay close to the team, will finish off the night carrying out a final vigil in the most active part of the location, using the technique that had the best response.

*Complimentary tea, coffee,hot chocolate & soft drinks will be available throughout the event.

Event Review / Spoiler!

NATIONAL EMERGENCY SERVICES MUSEUM | SHEFFIELD | EVENT SUMMARY

18.01.19
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.

Thank you for the feedback!

“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

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