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Ghost Hunting Event Easter Bank Holiday Special Cusworth Hall Doncaster - 7th April 2012

Dare you enter the 'hearse room', or find out what spirits reside in and around this spooky building.

 
PRLog - Mar. 16, 2012 - Come and join Simply Ghost Nights for an Easter treat at Doncasters very own Cusworth Hall. This historical and much loved museum in Doncaster, is set amongst a backdrop of picturesque scenery of woodlands and fields Cusworth Hall has been one of the most exciting and interesting places we have ever held a paranormal investigation at.

It was built in the 18th century and was once home to the Battie-Wrightson family, Cusworth Hall is ,no longer a family home but it has now been converted into a museum for all ages, however it still maintains many period features on display for all to see under the stewardship of Doncaster council.

On a previous investigation in the hearse room with Simply Ghost NIghts medium Stuart, after some amazing glass divination and table tipping the ghost hunters attempted to see if the spirits in the room could in fact move the table with nobody's hands actually on the table, with baited breath and their fingers raised above the table the table momentarily moved for about 5 seconds rocking to and fro, not once but on three seperate occassions, this totally amazed Olwyn, Gwen, Nick and even the sceptical Sharon, so much so they could not comprehend what they had witnessed.

In two seperate vigils, both team leaders also mentioned that a torch had turned on and off on numerous occasions by the invisible hands of  spirit people, this totally stunned all those who saw the incidents. Some ghost hunters stated that the batteries in their torches and cameras had gone flat prematurely, all said that they were new batteries that they had used.

In one vigil a brave ghost hunter called Simon screamed and squealed in terror after he had felt the back of his coat pulled by ghostly unseen hands, which absolutely petrified him to the point that he in fact leapt forward with a frightened yell, once he had settled down he resumed the vigil and was speechless as the table began to tip when requested by the spirit inhabitants of Cusworth Hall. Loud banging and knocking was also reported in many vigils in search of spirit communication in this grand building.


It is said to be haunted by a number of individual spirits, including the ghost of the grey lady, a man is seen standing by the grand fireplace in the entrance, and children have been seen and heard in the classroom area based in the basement, as well as a Victorian dressed lady. There is said to be the spirit of a former worker who fell to his death in a tragic accident, whom is said to make his presence known to visitors on numerous occasions.

The team all agree that Cusworth Hall is one of the most active places we have ever investigated on ghost hunts, needless to say we are certain this event will be a sell out!.

Come and join the Simply Ghost Nights team if you dare!

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Join the Simply Ghost Nights team, for a night of ghost hunting in the quest for paranormal activity in the most haunted of frightening locations across the U.K, as you become a ghost hunter on a ghost night on a ghost hunt.

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Source:Simply Ghost Nights
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