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Jack the Ripper Museum Event £59 (VIP £53.10) 13/03/21

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Start Date: 13th March 2021
End Date: 14th March 2021
Time: 8:00 pm to 2:00 am

Location: 12 Cable Street, London E1 8JG

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Join us for our first event investigating the Jack the Ripper Museum! The Museum contains items connected to the crimes of Jack the Ripper along with scenes of the murders. After our investigation at the Bell Pub, 130 years to the night Catherine Eddowes was murdered after drinking there, we have been hopeful to carry out another investigation in connection to Jack the Ripper. And then we visited the museum & decided it would be a perfect opportunity to delve a little deeper!

Not only do we have the Jack the Ripper connection, the house itself is several hundred years old, in an area surrounded by murder, crime & suffering in one of the poorest parts of London. Are you brave enough to investigate this museum with us?

The Museum is split into 6 floors: 1st floor Mitre Square. Catherine Eddowes was found in the square on 30th September 1888. 2nd floor Ripper’s sitting room. A selection of items connected to the possible professions of Jack the Ripper. 3rd floor Police station. Contains original notebook, handcuffs & truncheon from PC Watkins including the whistle he used to call for help when he found Catherine Eddowes mutilated body in Mitre Square. 4th floor Victim’s bedroom. This room is just how the Ripper’s victims would have lived in their day, including original Victorian bonnets. Basement The Mortuary. The walls have the original autopsy photos from the murders. **These photos some people may find disturbing. There is a Victorian stained glass window taken from the mortuary of St George-in-the-East where the body of Elizabeth Stride was taken. Ground floor is the souvenir shop.

Our Jack the Ripper Museum ghost hunt includes:

Mediumship walkround – who haunts tonight?
Use of Ghost Hunting Equipment
Psychic Experiments including seances and glass divination
Ghost Hunting Vigils – in the pitch black!
Drinks and Snacks (only cold drinks-you are welcome to bring a thermos!)
Expert advice and discussion about the paranormal and your chance to investigate the museum whilst closed to the public!

Please note: Over 18s only – no pregnant women allowed due to insurance conditions and attendees must be reasonably fit. There are no facilities to sit down during breaks. For wheelchair users, please contact us via email for assistance as there is a lift available to all floors.

NO accommodation is provided unless specifically detailed. For more information please see our full terms and conditions here.  All our events are fully insured, and a First Aider will be present.  This event is organised by Fright Nights London.

TO BOOK THIS EVENT WITH A VOUCHER, PLEASE CONTACT HEAD OFFICE AT office@frightnights.co.uk, WITH YOUR VOUCHER SERIAL NUMBER & PIN CODE (if applicable) AND ALL CONTACT DETAILS, INCLUDING MOBILE NUMBER & EMAIL.
With thanks to Kerry Truman of Fright Nights London for the Research & Detailed Write-up for this event.

 

Organisers

Organised by :  Fright Nights London & Essex Mobile : 07958 655293 Email : info@frightnights-london.co.uk Website : www.frightnights-london.co.uk

About the Organisers :

Join the longest running Original Paranormal Investigation Company in the U.K.  Taking 1,000’s of members of the public on events every year since 1999.  All the locations we visit are carefully chosen for their atmosphere and spirit activity to give you the best experience possible*.  Why not try one of our Ghost Hunts for yourselves?

Want to run your own Franchise Area or be an Area Coordinator??  Then email office@frightnights.co.uk for more information.  We still have lots of areas throughout Britain, some new, but many with existing locations ready for you to take over.

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