Ghost Hunting At The Sheffield Fire And Police Museum, With Simply Ghost Nights & Chris Conway

What a great time we all had investigating the creepy Fire and Police Museum in Sheffield last Saturday. We were joined by the loveable and charismatic former Most Haunted Medium Chris Conway who described the place as a one of those rare places that unnerved him from the moment he got to the top floor. We started off with a group vigil in the main meeting room as the museum reported the activity had been mounting in this paticular room of late and instantly we picked up on a spirit child Sam who Chris had picked up on whilst doing our earlier walk around the building. There is a child spirit which has been witnessed on that floor many times. The spirit seemed to interact quite well via the K2 which was going all the way to red upon request. After a while we decided to split into our smaller groups and went our own way. During a vigil in the police cells area we were all very excited to hear clear tapping in response to questions which it was claimed manifested from a spirit named Cain who inhabited the area. Chris picked up on as many as 3 other spirits who were trying to get in on the action. As we moved into the adjoining exhibits room the we all were having strange encounters, including being touched, cold spots, hair being played with, and one of our brave Ghost Hunters Sarah decided she would brave Cains cell alone while we all stayed in the exhibit room, we called out for something to affect Sarah and within minutes she came rushing back to the room claiming she had just heard an unexplained noise right behind her. Strangely enough we had all heard the noise she told us about in the adjoining room. Another vigil being held on the top floor were also experiencing the same kind of things as the other groups including being touched, cold spots but the throughout the night eveyone commented on the negative feelings being felt on the top floor. Later on on the top floor one of our groups were having as some describe the "best ever table tipping " they had ever seen when the table was up on 1 leg and spinning from one end of the dark creepy corridor to the other. At the same time a small group were in the firemans bedroom and were watching with disbelief a black shadow hovering in and out of the doorway which was later confirmed as a common sighting by Theresa and Jane who look after the museum. One of our regulars Jo had to flee the top floor of the museum in floods of tears and she later commented that she had no idea what came over her she just felt the need to leave. Strange noises were being heard from all our groups on all 3 floors and the team all agreed that the night had been a huge success and they cannot wait to return to the museum on July 9th for yet another spooky encounter at this fab location. We would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank Chris Conway, Theresa, Jane and Andy and all our fabulous ghost hunters for their open-minded approach and willingness to particpate to the full. Chris Conway will be joining us for another investigation very soon at Doncaster's Cusworth Hall.

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