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Durham Paranormal Weekend with John Blackburn Physical Medium

Friday 26th until  28th April 2019

 Only £85

 District: Durham, County Durham

Time: 9pm until 3am

Durham Paranormal Weekend Deposit £40

Durham Paranormal Weekend Balance £45

 Durham Paranormal Weekend Pay in Full £85

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Join John Blackburn Physical Medium on an exciting weekend in the beautiful and historic Land of Prince Bishops in the city of Durham.  

Your weekend will include the following:  Bed and breakfast on the Friday night and you will take part in a paranormal investigation at The Manor House, which is a 16th Century house which was originally built as a farmhouse.  The building has been used as a convent, a court house and also an orphanage.  The Manor House has a reputation for being haunted.  There have been reports of the sounds of a child crying, thought to be looking for its mother.  A full apparition of a lady has been witnessed by several people.  Although The Manor House is a non-smoking property, guests often report the smell of old style tobacco smoke in one of the bedrooms.  Check in time 5pm.

Saturday afternoon you will have free time to enjoy County Durham historic city of Durham, along with its beautiful cathedral.  

Saturday night:  To round up your exciting weekend we will meet at Vane Tempest Hall.  The Vane Tempest Hall has had an incredible history dating back to the 1860's.  In its time the venue has been home to a number of Army units and even doubled as a smallpox hospital in 1884.  

The Barracks stables were used as the smallpox hospital, which included a "dead room" for storing deceased bodies.  As can be expected, this area is considered to be extremely haunted and many have reported paranormal experiences while working in the buildings.  There are many reports of activity varying from slamming doors to a sighting of a soldier roaming the grounds, he died as he accidentally blew himself up whilst loading a cannon. People who have seen his ghost state that it was a frightening experience as he became disfigured from the accident.  Footsteps and sounds of dragging have been heard throughout the halls along with murmuring voices.  A lady in white has also been witnessed roaming the barracks and also the burial grounds situated next door.

Durham

Vane Tempest Hall