Date : 9th October 2015
Time : 9.00pm till 3.00am
St Mary's Guildhall
St Mary's Guild Hall
St Mary's Guildhall, situated in historic Coventry , was built around 1340 and has been described as being the finest surviving guildhall in the country. Located near to the Cathedral ruins, St Mary's Guildhall sits amongs only a few surviving buildings from the Tudor period.
The guildhall was King Henry VI's court during the wars of the Roses and was a prison to Mary Queen of Scotsbefore she was taken for execution at Fotheringhay Castle. This is a location where many say you need nerves of steel to spend the night as it's notorious for poltergeist activity, shadows of hooded figures have been seen many times, loud bangs heard and objects thrown.
Spend time investigating the Drapers room where Mary Queen of Scots was held captive. Explore the Old Council Chamber, The Mercars Room and the Princes Chamber. This is a fantastic location to spend the night in, Are you brave enough to join us ?
Event will include :
Investigate all areas of St Mary's Guildhall
Joined by a medium throughout investigation
Chance to use real investigation equipment such as Evp recording equipment,K2 meters, Emf meters
Opportunity to take part in investigation experiments such as Victorian seance, table tipping/spirit boards, human pendulum
Over 18’s Only.
Parking available nearby
Hot drinks and light refreshment will be provided throughout the event.
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.