Come and join the team as we investigate this 1804 building. Do you dare brave the sound of the disembodied voices throughout this historic building. Shadow figures, unexplained noises and voices are some of the spine chilling accounts from previous visits.
Built in 1804 by the Earl of Moira. This museum is now a protected monument.
The blast furnace itself was out of use by 1811 however the site itself was still operational as an iron foundry for around 30 years.
In the early 1820’s the building was converted into four small cottages for mine workers. The last residents moving out in around the 1970’s.
It has since been used for the Moira furnace museum and country park.
To you dare to brave this investigation. Disembodied voices are said to of been heard from the attic.
Shadow figures and spine chilling noises can be heard down the tunnel.
With several areas to explore will you dare to break off and carry out a lone vigil in one of the most spookiest parts of the furnace.
During the event we will use several different methods within our investigation.
You will have the opportunity to partake in the following.
:Ouija/spirit board sessions.
:Use of the latest equipment including k2’s,trigger objects,spirit box, listening devices plus ,more.
Please feel free to bring your own equipment along and don’t forget your torch!!
Saturday September 7th 8.45pm-1am
Please arrive between 8.30pm-8.45pm for the event to start promptly at 9.00pm.
Please make sure you are wearing suitable footwear for the event.
Over 18’s only. As this is an event undertaken in the dark it is not recommended for those with mobility issues.
Upon booking we will email you confirmation of the booking along with venue details.
Refreshments will be available throughout the evening.
Upon arrival the team will greet you and take you upon a short tour of the building.
We will then split off into groups to start investigating. Remember this is your hunt we want you to have the best experience possible so please do get involved!!
All sales are final and unfortunately there are no refunds.