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St Georges Hall Ghost Hunt, Liverpool – Friday, 25th October 2019
Join us on Friday, 25th October 2019
8:30pm – Registration
9pm start – 2am finish
Ghost hunting vigils and séances in small groups
Experiments including glass divination, table tipping and Ouija Boards
Use of ghost hunting equipment including EMF Meters, K2 Meters etc
Light snacks, tea and coffee included.
EVENING GHOST HUNT AT St GEORGES HALL
St George’s Hall ghost hunt in Liverpool has everything to give you a really intense night of ghost hunting. This is definitely one of the most historic and exceptional buildings in Liverpool and our ghost hunts here will include some extremely sinister and foreboding areas. Not only do you have the court cells to investigate but you also have access to the courtrooms themselves. St George’s Hall in Liverpool has so much to offer and with a strong link to some very strange hauntings within this Grade 1 listed building we are really excited to discover the entities that reside here.
With our main aim being to go in search of the paranormal, an overnight ghost hunt at St George’s may give us more than we bargained for. Shrouded in history and with a macabre past, this building will hopefully give us the evidence that we have all been searching for with regards to the existence of ghosts and spirits. Venture down into the dark cells or spend time alone in the court room. Be part of the incredible history of St George’s on your journey to encounter ghostly activity. You will be working in small groups to determine who or what is haunting St George’s, taking part in experiments that will hopefully give us that all important proof. Watch and wait vigils in the dark, lone experiments, traditional activities such as table tipping, Ouija Boards and Glass Moving are all part of the night for those who are brave enough to take part. The story of St George’s came about when it was considered that a large space was needed for the community of Liverpool. They needed to combine this space with a Courthouse and cells and hence St George’s Hall was born. The building itself is one of the most incredible structures and is the heart of Liverpool. Opened in 1854 and built on land where the first Liverpool Infirmary once sat it is now a Grade 1 listed building and home to Liverpool’s World Heritage Site.