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With 270 years of history, you'd expect a gaol of this age to have plenty of spooky going's on. It's a grade II listed building in the centre of Buckingham.
Kept within the walls of the cells were murderers, counterfeiters, poachers and thieves. With horrendous conditions, they lived on water, bread, soup and gruel.
The building has been a police station, a fire station, an air-raid shelter and an ammunition store.
It's known that 3 people have died here and it's a regular meeting place for paranormal investigators. We had all manor of things come up when we we're here in February 2020, including 2 young children, someone called William and a spirit that wouldn't talk if Rob, our investigator, was in the room!! Why not join us and find out a bit more about those who tread the corridors at night!
Arrival time is 8pm and we finish at 1am.
Having taken a trip down to kent to have a look around this museum, we were blown away! Its awonderful place just for the sheer volume of aircraft inside, let alone the spirits that reside there as well. Both Keith and myself picked up on a number of energies whislt in the 3 hangers and one even reduced me to tears! Come along and have a look for yourself. It's an amaziing place to investigate!!
6 pm - 12 am.
RAF History Museum,
821 Manston Road,
Kent CT12 5DF
The building that we know today as The Harvester, in Hemel Hempstead, started it's life as a posting house, according to census records dating back to 1851. These would be houses or, in this case an inn, where horses were kept that could be rented out. They would be used as post offices are today, to distribute the mail. Back in 1861 it was known as The Railway Hotel and had provisions to stable 7 horse. Between 1855 and 1912, the census records show us that it was run by various generations of the Dunning family.
We were invited here for an investigation, after some of the current staff had experienced strange goings on within the building, the most frequent one being the hand dryer in the ladies toilets turning itself on late at night when the restaurant was being locked up. There was also a recording of someone, in the carpark, walking about and then disappearing, on the cctv footage. Our last investigation proved the building to be very active with lots of emf meters going off, ouija board work and seeing someone's hair being tugged!
We are organising this night slightly different to our usual suppers, whereby, you will book your tickets for the ghost hunt with ourselves, Ghostly Gatherings and pay for your meal separately on the night. On booking your space, you will be contacted by email to take your food order, which is either from the 2 or 3 course set menu. A link for the menu will be sent to give you plenty of time to decide on your food choices. You will then be required to pay for your food when you arrive.
Arrival time is 8pm and we hope to get started with our investigation by 9.15pm. Finishing time will be around 1am.
Tea and coffee will also be available throughout the night.
507 London Road,
Building of Nothe Fort began in 1859, to protect the harbour from French invasion and was completed 10 years later.
In 1872 it was armed with 12 muzzle loading defence guns but these were upgraded again in 1872 and 1903.
It was used in the first WW but taken out of service in 1916 but returned to service in WW ll. Ownership was given to Weymouth and Portland council in 1970 and restoration began in 1980.
Today it is used for many purposes, including paranormal investigations and we look forward to trying the building out for ourselves.
Arrival time is 8am and we have the building until 2am.