The Old Brighton Cells Ghost Hunt November 13th 2020
A tall dark shadow figure said to be the ghost of Henry Solomon, Brighton’s first Chief Constable, who was brutally murdered by an inmate wanders the passageways. The figure of a monk has also been seen on the lower levels, this location was built upon a former monastery. The sound of a whispering woman has also been heard by people visiting the cells.
Finally decommissioned in the 1960s the old Police cells of Brighton were used as a council storage facility. Now the location is open as the Brighton Police Museum and is home to several artefacts relating to the Police force and the cells. Through time there have been a number of reports from inmates, staff, council workers and visitors, with a distinct consistency in their reports.
Our Special event will have a very limited number of places, you will take part in using specialised modern and traditional techniques to attempt direct communications with those connected to the various artefacts.
Some of our experiments are
Using a genuine Franks Box plus a franks box sound chamber
Using genuine K-II meters with sound
Using the SLS camera or stick man camera as it is also known.
Using infrared video equipment
Using Ghost Ark EVP audio recording equipment
Using the PMB specialist detection devise.
After the event we will analyse every minute of every piece off collected data together via a live stream so we can discover the results together.
The night will also include a good variety of refreshments to keep us all going through the night.
The night will begin at 8:30pm and end at 1:30am
Book on line here.
You can secure your place with a deposit, we require the balance of the deposit by 1st November 2020, we will refund deposits up until the 21st of October 2020. You can either pay the balance of a deposit above or we will invoice you closer to the time.