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The Galleries of Justice, Nottingham.

 

 

There has been a court on the site since at least 1375 and a prison since at least 1449. Over the centuries, many thousands of people have entered the building with a sense of dread for their future. The very steps to the entrance were the site of many public executions.

The organisation was originally formed in 1993 as The Museum of Law Trust, which aimed to save the building from potential demolition. It was opened as a museum with the title of the Galleries of Justice Museum in April 1995. In 2004 we took over the management of Nottingham’s City of Caves, which still remains our sister heritage visitor attraction.

In 2002 the museum’s education department became the National Centre for Citizenship and the Law (NCCL). A leader in public legal education, in 2011 the NCCL was commissioned as the education provider at the Royal Courts of Justice in London and we have been delivering education in courtrooms across the North West since 2014.

In April 2017, following a £1 million Heritage Lottery Fund supported project, the museum became the National Justice Museum.

 

People have reported drops in temperature, strange lights, footsteps, knocking sounds and the sounds of screams from inside the building. Whole groups of people on various ghost vigial have also witnessed the apparition of a figure stooping through a doorway people have become completely paralyzed with fear in this dark and foreboding location. Underneath the prison lie medieval caves, here is where the most activity happens and leaves people terrified, down here there is a sense of being watched, people have reported to feel sick or dizzy, things have been thrown, scratching sounds and dark foreboding shadows have been seen walking around. In the chapel area a cross has been thrown, menacing growls and disembodied voices have also been experienced. Centuries of misery, despair and torture have been endured here which makes it infamous for its terrifying paranormal activity.

 

 

         Are you brave enough to spend the night?

 

          What you get when you book with us;

  • 6-8 hour investigation.
  • Use or our equipment.
  • Vigils, ouija boards etc.
  • Snacks and refreshment throughout the night.
  • Transport is an extra £10 per person.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date: 6th October

Time: 9:00pm - 3:00am

Price: £44 p.p (£55 p.p with transport)

 

 

Galleries of Justice

Ghost vigil at the Galleries of Justice, Nottingham

with transport

 

 

THE VILLAGE

 

 

 This building is a grade 1 listed building. It was built in the early 1800's and began its life as a malt house called, The Maltings. After some time it got turned into a slaughterhouse. After the slaughterhouse it was left empty for several years. After some time The Village was turned into a nightclub up until 2001, it went unoccupied and abandoned for over a decade until 2013. Volunteers transformed the building into a laser tag centre. The Village has a notorious history and has had a dark and sinister past, it is known as the village of the damned and it is a terrifying place to spend the night.

 

The original owner of the property Mr Merryweather, who owned the building when it was first built and became The Maltings, has been seen on many ocasions throughout the building. He is one of the more well known spirits to frequently visit here. Many visitors and volunteers have seen him walking around the building and have seen his shadowy figure standing around. No evience have been seen on the CCTV yet people have sworn to have seen him there. Another frequent spirit to visit the Village is that of a woman name Catherine who was murdered here along with her child, the cries of the baby can still be heard in some of the lower rooms. A group of male spirits who often stick together, are said to be prisoners and were held captive and kept here in secret rooms. They are unhappy spirits and are often known to make their presence known during ghost hunts.

 

         Are you brave enough to spend the night?

 

          What you get when you book with us;

  • 6-8 hour investigation.
  • Use or our equipment.
  • Vigils, ouija boards etc.
  • Snacks and refreshment throughout the night.
  • Transport is an extra £10 per person.

 

Date: TBA

Time: TBA

Price: £30 p.p (extra £10 p.p for transport)

 

The village, Mansfield

The village overnight investigation

Prices

Kelvedon Hatch Secret Nuclear Bunker.

 

The bunker was first built in 1952-3 in secret over 7 months during the cold war. It was part of ROTOR which was an RAF defence programme. Initially the bunker had 3 main lives first was part of ROTOR, then it was used in the 60's briefly as a civil defence centre and finally a regional government headquarters. there were bunk beds at the end of the tunnel to house the hundreds of military and civil personnel that would be stationed here in the event of a nuclear attack. The bunker is 125 feet underground and the entrance is through an ordinary looking bungalow. The bunker has its own air conditioning, heating water supply and generator. Along with radio equipment, telecommunication and teleprinters, most of which from 1952. Eventually in the early 1990's when the nuclear threat was seen as diminished the bunker had been sold back to the Parrish family who had owned it in the 50's. It is now a cold war museum.

 

During the construction of the site concrete had been used to fill in most of the bunker, it was being poured continually day and night. One morning the foreman's helmet was found on top of the wet cement but he was nowhere to be found. Assumptions were that he had accidently fell into the mix and was buried within the walls of the bunker. Some people claim to hear groaning noises coming from inside the walls. Poltergeist activity from a malevolent spirit has been experienced down the 100 yard tunnel entrance, such things as things being thrown growls and heavy thumps. One long since unused generator in one of the rooms suddenly roared into life startling the people who were inside. One of the rooms with the most activity is the sick bay, why is the sick bay so important to these spirits? Also during construction a nearby ancient burial site was disturbed, are the spirits of the disturbed the ones lurking about in the bunker waiting to pounce on unsuspecting guests.

 

Are you brave enough to spend the night?

What you get when you book with us

- 6 hour investigation.

- Use of our equipment.

- Vigils, Ouija boards etc.

-Snacks and refreshments provided through the night.

- Transport is an extra £10 per person.

 

Date: 4th Nov

Time: 8pm-2am.

Price: £45 p.p (extra £10 p.p for transport)

 

Kelvedon hatch

Kelvedon Hatch Secret Nuclear Bunker

Prices

The Cross Keys Inn, Gloucester

 

The Cross Keys Inn is a grade 2 listed building, located off the main Southgate Street in a small alley. It began its life as 2 cottages and then proceded to become and Inn in the 19th Century. It has changed may hands over the years but is now run by landlady Sue who frequently tells us of the spooky happenings that occur often on a daily basis inside this Inn. With an estimated 43 spirtis that haunt this inn it certainly does not fall short of the strange and unexplained things that happen here. Full pits of beer have been lifed off the side and placed on the floor, spirit bottles have been thrown about without them smashing to pieces here they fell, tolets have been heard flushing and taps left running even though nobody is there. One local told us she was using the toilet one day and seen some feet outside the cubicle, she called out saying she wont be long, noone answered and when she left the cubicle there was noone there (there was no other women in the pub at this time).

 

One of the most famous stories associated with this Inn is that of a Spanish onion merchant named Lorenzo. He often docked in Gloucester to sell his trade, he often visited the Inn but not for the local ales. He was having an affair with the landlord's wife. One evening her husband had arrived home earlier than usual and found the two in a loving embrace. Blinded by his rage on discovering the scene he killed them both and buried them in the cellar, racked with the guilt of what he had done, he hung himself, or did he? We have previously investigated here and found out that the husband did not kill himself as previously thought. He had in fact ranaway from Gloucester and no justice was given for his crimes.

 

Are you brave enough to spend the night?

What you get when you book with us

- 6 hour investigation.

- Use of our equipment.

- Vigils, Ouija boards etc.

-Snacks and refreshments provided through the night.

- Transport is an extra £10 per person.

 

Date: TBA

Time: TBA

Price: £35 p.p (This week special offer £25)

 

 

Cross Keys Inn
25.00 GBP

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