Ghost Hunts at National Emergency Services Museum
Regarded by many as the most haunted location in Sheffield, we have access to the museum’s most haunted areas, including the prison cells, the original engine house, and more!
Built over 14 years from 1886 to 1900 to be a headquarters for police, fire, and ambulance services, the National Emergency Services Museum building has seen its fair share of history.
It played a key role throughout the Sheffield Gang Wars, as well as serving through two World Wars, surviving the Sheffield Blitz in December 1940 (fragments of shrapnel and scars can still be found in the front brickwork of the building).
Now the museum is open daily to visitors looking to take in the history of the emergency services with excellent exhibitions and a wealth of vintage vehicles and memorabilia on show.
At night, the same exhibitions become incredibly unnerving, and paranormal activity is rife.
The most infamous spirit known to frequent the building is an angry man called Cain. He likes to throw objects around and become even more agitated if you enter his old cell.
There are reports of many other spirits residing here, with many people reporting the sounds of stamping up and down the corridors and the heavy feeling of not being welcome in some areas.
On the upper floors, a dark and menacing presence is known to lurk. Guests often describe an overwhelming fear here and a need to get out of the area.
More unexplained reports throughout the building include shadow figures, disembodied voices, and extreme temperature changes.
On a ghost hunt at the National Emergency Services Museum (NESM), you will take part in a host of vigils and experiments as we try to make contact with the active spirits that are attached to this historic building.
We have the whole of the museum for an entire night of paranormal investigating, including areas otherwise off-limits to daytime tours.
You will join our friendly, experienced team taking part in various experiments and seances, as well as having complete access to our range of paranormal equipment throughout the evening.
We keep our groups small so you have a much more personable experience, with little chance of being interrupted by other groups or suffering noise contamination.
Your evening at the NESM is a real paranormal investigation, we leave out the fluff, we do not have actors, and we don’t fake activity.
Do you have what it takes to take part in a lone vigil inside Cain’s old cell or take part in Ouija Board sessions on one of the upper floors where the dark presence lurks?
Our team can’t wait to welcome you to this incredible building and to share a night of ghost hunting that you’ll remember forever.
Spots will fill up quickly for this one, so hurry and book now!
Deposits are available for just £20.