Date : 19th September 2015
Time : 8.00pm till 2.00am
70 Fore Street
Totnes TQ9 5RU
Elizabethan House Museum
Elizabethan House Museum is a contained authentic Elizabethan Merchant's House, built around 1575 for the Kelland family. The house has been painstakingly restored and retains many original features dating back to the elizabethan period.
The Elizabethan House Museum has always had a reputation for being haunted, particulary the old tudor kitchen area where many reports of poltergeist activity has been experienced.
Over the centuries the house has had a variety of uses includung a pub - twice when it was the Prince Eugene and then the commercial Inn. From 1910 to 1955 it was run as the Elizabethan Cafe.
Since then it has been the town Elizabethan House Museum and home to many of Totnes's historical treasures.
The museum has been investigated on a number of occasions and it is said that 5 centuries of ghosts are haunting it, including :
A sailor back from the sea,
An 11-year-old workhouse waif
One unfortunate visitor who was clubbed to death
Almost every paranormal team that has investigated the Museum have left with a collection of unexplained noises, smells, full manifestations witnessed and a wealth of data collected by physical information gathering.
Over 18’s Only.
Parking available on-site.
Tea making facilities are available at this location
We recommend that everyone attending this event wrap up warm and wear sensible footwear.
You are welcome to bring along any equipment ie torches, cameras, video cameras, emf meters, laser thermometers etc along to this event.
Please allow for any delays that you may encounter whilst traveling to this event.
Please be advised that there are no sleeping facilities available at this location.