Past investigations & reports

You can now keep up to date with all our activities in our Facebook group where you will find images and reports of our investigations very quickly.

We look forward to seeing you on “the other side” by using this link  f_logo-rr

 

Louth Town Hall, Lincolnshire, 12 March 2016

IMG_9488m resYet again, one of our investigations has been featured in the press.

So, what better than to link to the report of the Lincolnshire Echo for background to our investigation.

It’s an historic building with an already haunted reputation but we believe we appear to have picked up on several previously unreported Spirits too.

Read the report by clicking here.

County Assembly Rooms, Lincoln, 23 January 2016

IMG_9470m resizeNormally, we publish our own report about our investigations but on this occasion we have again had a splendid piece published by the Lincolnshire Echo, and we can’t do much better than that!

This was another first time ever public investigation for the Paranormal Friends team and guests.

It’s a historic location on an ancient site with a history going back to Roman times.

click here to read more

The Guildhall, Much Wenlock, Shropshire, 14 November 2015

Paranormal Friends were privileged to conduct the first ever public investigation of the Guildhall, Wilmore Street, Much Wenlock in Shropshire on Saturday 14 November 2015.

Much Wenlock is a stunning medieval “black and white” English town located in the beautiful Shropshire countryside. The town was the birthplace of Dr William Penny Brookes – the inspiration for the modern Olympic Movement. It was in 1850 that the first ever Wenlock Olympian Games were held in Much Wenlock and they are still held annually. One of the official mascots for the London 2012 Olympic Games “Wenlock” was inspired by and named after the town.

Click here to read about what we encountered

Ashbourne Town Hall, Derbyshire, 24 October 2015

Ashbourne Town Hall, or more correctly the old Market Hall, is located in the heart of Ashbourne. Built in 1861 it is a fine example of one of the few Victorian buildings still in existence in the town. It is faced with ashlar stone and its decorations including balcony and stone pediment which bares the date 1861 and the names of the trustees; are typical mid-Victorian. Formerly the site of the old Talbot Inn which is mentioned in Izaak Walton’s and Charles Cotton’s ‘The Complete Angler’ the Town Hall is the civic home of Ashbourne Town Council. Click here to read about what we encountered

 

St Mary’s Guildhall, Lincoln, 19 September 2015

IMG_9528rNormally, we will be writing our own report about our investigations but on this occassion, at least, we have had a splendid piece published by the Lincolnshire Echo, and we can’t do much better than that!

The Paranormal Friends team were the first group to hold a public investigation in St Mary’s Guildhall and they wanted to see if they could communicate with any spirits from the other side…

click here to read more