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046 – Paranormal investigation at Daniels Mill, The Cankhorn, Eardington, Bridgnorth WV16 5JL on Saturday 21 September 2019

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Join Paranormal Friends as we search again for paranormal activity at Daniels Mill; it’s going to become a firm favourite with our team and guests!
With its origins dating back to the 15th century and several recorded deaths during the construction of the Victorian viaduct which towers above, Daniels Mill is an archetypal historical landmark location.
The Mill has been in the same family for at least 250 years and would have been at the centre of the rural community throughout that time.
Paranormal Friends conducted the first ever paranormal investigation here in January and encountered so much moving and even “dark” potential paranormal activity that we just had to arrange a further investigation as soon as possible!
This is your opportunity to take part in a limited number of investigations at this fascinating location.

047 – Paranormal investigation at Halfpenny Green (Wolverhampton) airport, Crab Ln, Bobbington, Stourbridge DY7 5DY on Saturday 19 October 2019

(This photo courtesy of Paul Bunch – Perspective I)
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Our first two investigations sold quickly for this unique and active location, so we’ve secured a further return visit – book early to avoid disappointment!
Halfpenny Green Airport has a long history and notable incidents/accidents associated with it – including a Royal fatality.

During the 1970s air races took place here and it was during one of these that Prince William of Gloucester, a cousin of Queen Elizabeth II, died at the airport on August 28, 1972 when the aircraft he was piloting crashed into a hedge just beyond the airfield’s boundary.
Many trainee navigators did not return from long flights over the Irish Sea and several crashes occurred on the base too.

This is a huge location only investigated by and exclusive to Paranormal Friends.

048 – Paranormal investigation at The Bonded Warehouse, Canal Street, Stourbridge, DY8 4LU on Saturday 9 November 2019

After a long and chequered history, The Bonded Warehouse is, once again, a building serving the community.

The 3 storey Warehouse with its unusual semi-circular end and with the earliest parts of the building dating from 1799, or even earlier, is situated in a lovely setting alongside the Stourbridge Town Arm Canal where a number of narrow boats are permanently moored.

There are many reports of paranormal activity such as unexplained noises, children’s voices and even including apparitions.

Why not join us to see what we can unravel of this intriguing building’s fascinating history and reported Ghostly activity?

049 – Paranormal investigation at Halfpenny Green (Wolverhampton) airport, Crab Ln, Bobbington, Stourbridge, DY7 5DY on Saturday 30 November 2019

(This photo courtesy of Paul Bunch – Perspective I)

Our previous investigations sold quickly for this unique and active location, the most recent was so active that our planned return for October sold out within 24 hrs, mainly to those that had witnessed so much activity in March. So we’ve secured a further return visit – book early to avoid disappointment!
Halfpenny Green Airport has a long history and notable incidents/accidents associated with it – including a Royal fatality.

During the 1970s air races took place here and it was during one of these that Prince William of Gloucester, a cousin of Queen Elizabeth II, died at the airport on August 28, 1972 when the aircraft he was piloting crashed into a hedge just beyond the airfield’s boundary.
Many trainee navigators did not return from long flights over the Irish Sea and several crashes occurred on the base too.

This is a huge location only investigated by and exclusive to Paranormal Friends.

051- Paranormal investigation, Coleham Pumping Station, Longden Coleham, Shrewsbury, SY3 7DN. Saturday 1 February 2020

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The late Victorian Coleham Pumping Station, resembling a Chapel in style, was built circa 1900 to house two massive steam-driven beam engines. The two beam engines were built in-situ by Renshaws of Stoke in 1897/1898. They were used to pump sewage as part of Shrewsbury’s new sewerage system. The coal-fired boilers drove the beam engines that operated the pumps until 1970. Several accidents occurred over the years including one poor soul that lost an arm in the gears of the one pump. We had lots of fascinating communication on our first visit and this return has been long awaited and is being restricted to a maximum of just 14 guests.

052 – Paranormal investigation,The Judge’s Lodging, Shire Hall, Broad Street, Presteign, Powys, LD8 2AD, Saturday 22 February 2020

Join us as we investigate The Judge’s Lodging, in the historic Welsh border town of Presteigne. It is the former Shire Hall for the County of Radnor.
Investigating here is truly like stepping back in time because the entire location is full of period furniture and effects. It also has oil lamps and period gas lighting throughout.
Access to the full suite of 14 period rooms of the building, including the judge’s apartments, servants’ workrooms, two holding cells and the vast courtroom itself.
The previous building on the site was the county gaol; a grim affair according to surviving accounts. It was demolished to make way for the grand building we see today.
On our pre-investigation walk around, Adam, our Medium was very affected by Spirit activity. So much so that he almost had to leave the building at one point as he was becoming overwhelmed and the pressure on his head was more than he has ever experienced. He felt as though all of the many Spirits of this ancient site wanted to communicate with him at once – it was a worrying sight to see for Chris, our founder!

053 – Paranormal investigation, The Manor House Museum, Hall Green Road, West Bromwich, B71 2EA, Saturday 7 March 2020

Murder, grave robbing and insanity are all part of the story of this unique building – the Manor House has seen it all. Built by Richard de Marnham in the 1270s, The Manor House is one of the most important surviving medieval timber framed buildings in the Midlands. Even “Witch marks” have recently been identified in this historic property.
The great hall is probably the earliest of its type in the country. It would have been used for feasts, local courts and tax collection.
There are numerous reports of “Ghostly” activity including a ghostly cat brushing past people in the Great Hall as well as the figure of a Medieval man seen here too. Reports of loud disembodied footsteps. Curtains being opened regularly overnight when nobody was in the building. The apparitions of young men being seen. The figure of a Monk has been seen outside the Chapel and also in the Great Hall. Unexplained, disembodied voices and apparitions are often reported by staff members. Doors open and close for no apparent reason. One staff member has reported being grabbed by a Spirit and having seen this as a dark shadow too. In the Ladies toilet, when photographing for a Halloween event, an unexplained figure was seen behind the then site manager.