We went to a real haunted asylum and we got locked inside! This is the worlds most haunted ASYLYUM. and we caught some real paranormal activity. take a look!
Saturday the 16th of Jan 2019, the travelling haunted museum came to Gloucester and cause chaos while live on stage, making a Gloucester woman “lyn cinderey” collapse when we brought forward the painting known as SINISTER.
What is sinister?
Sinister is a black and white painting which the artist is unknown. it was commissioned for the film finders keepers in 2018 set in revesby abbey, but it never made it into the film, due to the actors, directors having a horrible feeling about the picture they didn’t like it at all, they didn’t want to work in the same room or area as it. after they finished filming they decided to leave the picture behind due to the uneasy feelings and fear around it.
The owner of revesby abbey didn’t like the picture either and wanted it gone, so it was given to mark penn from Yorkshire ghost hunts who took the picture back to his home, and he noticed that his crystal skull on his desk had turned complete around, and then his daughter began getting very ill health.
Mark penn then gave ghosts of Britain the picture to add to its museum and to research, upon getting the picture we decided to do some voice recordings asking questions, and we asked where are you, and it said UPSTAIRS, and we then asked where do you want to go, it replied with Go back, we then asked where, and it said the woods.
We then decided to use a random word generator. its a theory that spirits can use the devices to say what it wants, after turning on the word generator the first word was “mark” which is relevant because it came from mark penn. it then said upstairs on the generator and we heard dragging sounds from upstairs. later that night we put the picture upstairs and when we came back up we realised it was in a different spot.
Due to the responses of it saying stuff like it wants to go back, we decided to take it back to the place it was found, and when it was there. we was calling out asking questions and we got the odd little reply nothing to solid.., but mark penn had to leave the investigation for a short while, and we said bye to him, and something from the spirit box replied BYE, we then asked who you saying bye too it said MARK. we then started saying we are going to take the picture away now. and the meters starting going crazy, which detected all different energy fields.
A few weeks later it was time for to do the travelling museum, where we bring most of our collection of allegedly haunted items to the public to hear the stories, mixed with a night of mediumship. this night on 16th FEB was very intense. it was on the second half of the show, where we talk about the darker side of the museum, and sinister was up first to tell the story. Lyn Cinderey instantly started to feel odd, and shortly collapsed to the floor. Here is what she had to say:
Whether you believe or not in the ‘paranormal’ this is what happened.
I was fine All day and Night had a nice Meal and Chat with the Ghosts of Britain Team Linzi Sheeran Lee Steer Kenny Saw and Mark Smith from Paranormal XTV . The haunted museum night went well but as soon as the black & white painting came out Named by Lee as Sinister was shown I suddenly had a thumping headache , felt sick , and felt very drained and weak , I tried to fight it off or shrug it off but I only felt worse.
I was actually talking to people in the chat on Fb Live streaming as I knew the Team were doing there stuff and couldn’t reply to their fans direct at that time. I told them in chat How I felt but didn’t want to disturb the Team as it was Their Show. But got no better so as we always say in the ‘ paranormal’ circles to let people know if anyone gets effected in anyway , never ever thinking that would be me.
So I stood up and got their attention : I was slurring as if Drunk ( but do not drink any more ) and could hardly stand while explaining how I was feeling.
I turned after speaking to go and sit back down and the next thing was people were standing over me and I had collapsed. I felt vet weak and really ill and disoriented. I was then taken out of the room
I have been in bed and resting since and been trying to make sense of it all.
2 Other People became unwell that night as well.
So that is all for now with sinister. we are due to come to more places and towns, we have re booked Gloucestershire again for Saturday 12th October 2019.
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Magna is located on: Sheffield Road, Rotherham, S60 1DX.
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St Johns Museum
Warwick – St Johns Museum
Date: 12th July 2014
Time: 9.00 pm – 2:00am
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St John’s House Museum is a historic house located in Warwick, just east of the town centre, in Warwickshire, England.
It is now a museum, run by Warwickshire County Council, and has had a varied history spanning almost 400 years. To the side of the house is a small garden belonging to St John’s and to the rear is the large St. Nicholas’ Park.
The existing building is not the first on the site. The first recorded one was a hospital dedicated to St John the Baptist which was founded at some time during the 12th century the reign of Henry II. John was a popular choice of dedication during this period and served the double purpose of giving casual overnight boarding and foods to poor travellers, and for ongoing help for the local poor and ill.
After changing hands during the monastic dissolution the building was altered almost beyond recognition in 1626 and transformed into the current building. In 1788, George Greville, 2nd Earl of Warwick purchased the property and it stayed in the family until1960. During this period, in 1815 it was turned from a family residence into a private school
In the 1960s, the property was passed from the Earls of Warwick to Warwickshire County Council who turned it into a museum which it still remains. The ground floor is composed of social history exhibits and a re-creation of the school that occupied the building. On the first floor is a museum dedicated to the history of the Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers.
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The Drakelow Tunnels are a former underground military complex beneath the Kingsford Country Park north of Kidderminster, Worcestershire, covering 250,000 sq ft. The tunnels, which have a total length of 3.5 miles, have a very interesting past and are a historical monument to the military history of the United Kingdom.
Designed by Sir Alexander Gibb & Partners, the Drakelow Tunnel Complex (originally called “Drakelow Underground Dispersal Factory”) was excavated during World War II in sandstone hills near the village of Kinver and the town of Kidderminster. It was originally constructed as a shadow factory for the Rover car company who were at the time manufacturing engines for the Bristol Aeroplane Company.
It was also intended to supply components to Rover’s main shadow factories at Acocks Green and Solihull, to supply spare parts, and to act as a backup facility if either of the main shadow factories was damaged by enemy action. The tunnels contained dormitories, storage areas, workshops, electrical equipment, toilets, offices, a BBC studio, a GPO Telephones communications facility and other facilities.
During the 1950’s and the growing Cold War, the site was initially used by the Ministry of Supply for storage. Then around 1958 part of the site was developed by the Home Office as a Regional Seat of Government (RSG9). It was publicly exposed in a demonstration held there by the West Midlands Committee of 100 in the summer of 1963. Under later Home Defence schemes the bunker was designated a Sub-Regional Control (SRC), Sub-Regional Headquarters (SRHQ) and finally Regional Government Headquarters (RGHQ). The site was greatly modernised in the early 1980’s, only a small portion of the site was designated for use. New blast doors were fitted in place of the previous wooden factory doors and the interior of the site was refurbished in the areas forward of tunnel 4.
It is claimed that during construction workers were crushed to death by collapsing tunnels and accidents with dumper trucks. Reports of experiments gone wrong, and people stationed there taking their own lives. Many mediums have picked up on a deadly demon’s presence down by the old theatre.
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The Walkabout Inn Ghosts Investigation – Sheffield ParanormalIs this place in Sheffield truly haunted ? what do you think?the walkabout in interview. Sheffield
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