A group of Paranormal investigators are set to visit two of the islands most imposing and reportedly haunted buildings, for an overnight public ghost hunting event this Halloween, with a handful of tickets remaining for the public to purchase.
The Botanic gardens, Ventnor and the Trinity theatre, Cowes, are opening its doors to paranormal events company Ghostly Goings On for an investigation on the weekend of the Friday 30th and Saturday 31st October 2015.
Reports of spooky happenings have included people being touched, shadowy figures being seen wondering aimlessly and a bloody footprint of a former soldier that just won’t disappear.
Danni Neville of Ghostly Goings On says:
“This will be our first public event on the Island, and the team are very excited to be exploring two of the most iconic paranormal hot spots. I understand that the Isle Of Wight is one of the worlds most haunted islands, so what better place to spend one of the spookiest times of the year.”
Ghostly Goings On have been running public events around the UK for just over three years, and are very excited to be bringing these ever popular events to the Isle Of Wight.
Guests will be able to participate in vigils and séances whilst using a vast array of paranormal equipment, which includes full spectrum video cameras, Spirit boxes and even some of the traditional methods such as table tipping and spirit boards.
Those hoping to secure a place at the events should visit www.ghostlygoingson.com or call 01594 368085. Tickets are priced from £30pp and include vigils with the team, the use of a vast array of paranormal equipment and refreshments.