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037 – Paranormal investigation, Erasmus Darwin House, Beacon Street, Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS13 7AD, Saturday 13 October 2018

We invite you to join us on our investigation of Erasmus Darwin House in Lichfield.
This magnificent building was the family home of Erasmus Darwin and with its unique place in Georgian history; it showcases the breadth of his interests and achievements which laid the foundation for his famous grandson and evolutionary biologist Charles.
Our previous investigation threw up lots of intriguing activity including guests experiencing abdominal pains when laid upon the slab in the cellars on which Darwin undertook his dissections of bodies. Footsteps, bangs and unexplained noises and vibrations were also heard and felt by many guests in other rooms.
The live-in caretaker has reported unexplained voices in the house and also has seen imprints on her bed as though someone or something is sitting on it.
Do you dare join us on our return investigation?

039 – Paranormal investigation at Halfpenny Green (Wolverhampton) airport, Crab Ln, Bobbington, Stourbridge DY7 5DY on Saturday 27 October 2018

(This photo courtesy of Paul Bunch – Perspective I)
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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 which has not been investigated before and is exclusive to Paranormal Friends.

040 – Paranormal investigation at Whittington Castle, Nr Oswestry, Shropshire, SY11 4DF on Saturday 1 December 2018

We had so much unexplained activity again at our investigation in May, why not join us when we go back to Whittington for “CHRISTMAS AT THE CASTLE”?
This will be no pantomime but a serious, yet fun investigation of this remarkable location which has never let us down.

Explore the romantic ruins of this very haunted Castle which is steeped in historical tales of bitter warfare, treachery, death, myths, legends and of course many ghosts and strange happenings. Weather permitting, we will even investigate the ruined Tower which it is understood had a dungeon below and where we have encountered stone throwing and unexplained noises!

041 – Paranormal investigation at Daniels Mill, The Cankhorn, Eardington, Bridgnorth WV16 5JL on Saturday 19 January 2019

Join Paranormal Friends as we search for paranormal activity at Daniels Mill, The Cankhorn, Eardington, Bridgnorth, WV16 5JL
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.
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.
It is now owned and run by the Daniels Mill Trust with the aim of preserving it as a working mill for future generations.
What paranormal activity will we encounter within the historic surrounds on this, the first ever public paranormal investigation?

043 – Paranormal investigation at Halfpenny Green (Wolverhampton) airport, Crab Ln, Bobbington, Stourbridge DY7 5DY on Saturday 9 March 2019

(This photo courtesy of Paul Bunch – Perspective I)

Our first ever investigation sold out very quickly so we’ve secured a 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.