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Kelham Island Ghost Hunt – £45

Start Date: 11th November 2017
End Date: 12th November 2017
Time: 8:00 pm to 2:00 am

Location: Kelham Island Industrial Museum, Alma St, Sheffield S3 8RY

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kelham island ghost hunt

Book NowJoin Fright Nights East and South Yorkshire for a night to remember at the amazing Kelham Island Industrial Museum. Not only will you have access to the active and impressive museum but we have also been given EXCLUSIVE access to a hidden and VERY spooky secret area. Want to know more? Then book your tickets now and don’t be disappointed.

Kelham Island Industrial Museum Ghost Hunt includes:

Mediumship walk round – who haunts tonight?
Psychic and Ghost Hunting Equipment
Psychic Experiments including séances and glass divination
Ghost Hunting Vigils in the dark
Hot Drinks and Biscuits
Expert Advice and discussion about the paranormal
Your chance to ghost hunt in a real haunted location at night!

Kelham Island is one of the oldest industrial sites in Sheffield, the museum stands on a man-made island over 800 years old. The island was formed in the 1180s when a goit or millrace was created to carry water from the River Don to the Town Corn Mill, near Lady’s Bridge. A short stretch of the goit still exists today and runs alongside the museum site, the Town Corn Mill which it powered further downstream no longer stands.

In the 1800s, industries began to spring up in the Kelham area and Kelham Island itself became a host for all kinds of manufacturers. In 1829, John Crowley bought land on the island and built a small iron foundry called Kelham Iron Works where he made all kinds of iron products – bicycles, corn grinders, lawn mowers as well as decorative items before moving his successful business to larger premises at Meadow Hall in 1870.

In the 1890s the site was bought by the City. The Iron Works buildings were demolished and an electricity generating station was built in their place, to provide power for the City’s new tram system. The power station was in operation until the 1930s, after which the buildings were used as storage space and workshops. These buildings now house the collections, displays and workshops of Kelham Island Museum.

Kelham Island Museum was opened in 1982 to house the objects, pictures and archive material representing Sheffield’s industrial story. The displays at the Museum tell that story from the “Little Mester” to mass production, skilled workers, revolutionary processes, quality products, invention and innovation.

Reports of paranormal activity are vast and include:

WWII Soldier standing guard.
Children playing in the museum.
Guests being touched.
A tall figure of a man seen walking through the museum.
Overwhelming feelings of emotion.

Join us for a night you will not forget! Frights Nights have exclusive access to the whole of the museum and you will not be disappointed with this amazing venue! Whether you are an experienced paranormal investigator or just curious to see what a real life ghost hunt entails Kelham Island Industrial museum is perfect for you. This venue will sell out fast so book your tickets now to avoid disappointment.

Please note: Over 18’s only, No pregnant women allowed. No accommodation provided. For more information please see our terms and conditions.

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Organisers

Organised by :  Fright Nights East and South Yorkshire Mobile : 07500161170 Email : info@frightnights-esyorks.co.uk Website : http://www.frightnights-esyorks.co.uk

About the Organisers :

Fright Nights East and South Yorkshire organise ghost hunts and haunted weekends across Yorkshire ranging from St Catherine's Asylum to Cusworth Hall, Burton Constable to Sheffield Fire museum. Join them for a ghost hunt to remember.

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