Ghost Hunters at Newsham Park Hospital on Friday 6 May 2016

Haunted Happenings Ghost Hunters at Newsham Park Hospital on Friday 6 May 2016

Haunted Happenings returned to Newsham Park Hospital on Friday 6 May 2016.

Nobody can deny that entering the doors of this foreboding institution after dark is a daunting experience, but when you factor in the almost incessant paranormal activity that it has become synonymous with, you can understand why it can become overwhelming sometimes.

Read on to discover the activity we experienced during our ghost hunt at Newsham Park Hospital on Friday 6 May 2016.

Last night’s ghost hunt delivered some great moments. Every vigil in every area of the building produced some results for most groups. The table tipping in the laundry and the Ouija boards in Ward G proved very interesting. Upstairs on the infamous Naughty Boys’ corridor several guests reported the sensation of being touched whilst sitting in one of the cupboards and for most, this was on the elbow or head. Two ladies became unwell whilst in the basement and Ward G, but after leaving the areas they were then fine – perhaps this could have been the energy affecting them……we can’t be certain.

Down in the basement, footsteps and sighs were heard in the corridor and up on the top floor and several guests witnessed a shadowy figure moving around in the distance.

With one of the groups we attempted a Séance in the Dining Hall, while also recording it to check for EVP. We heard clear knocks in answer to our questions, with the spirit knocking twice for yes and once for no. We have yet to check this recording in detail to see if any EVP can be heard, but will share any findings we make.

In addition to all of this activity in the main vigils, guests also experienced some great moments during their own time to explore this vast location.

All in all, this was a really special night with an incredible number of experiences and we cannot wait to see what lies in store for us when we return on Friday 13th.

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