haunted hen weekend hen do in blackpool
If you were trying to find a really spooky old building that is likely to have a few old souls lurking around, ready to give the hens some serious chills and thrills, then what could be better than an old boarding school for real 'Hex-factor?'
The Lake District isn't just home to some of England's most spectacular scenery, it's also rather sparse and in places eerily remote, just perfect for a hen weekend full of laughs, where things might well go bump in the night (and we're not just talking about the bottles you'll sneak into your dorm). The very landscape seems to whisper at the history of the area, while some buildings seem to scream it allowed. One such building is this incredible boarding school house which really is like something from a scary movie.
You'll be given a welcome pack on arrival by our experienced paranormal investigators including a member of TV's Most Haunted, who'll be with you throughout your stay. And this is the real deal, you won't be staying at a quaint old B&B nearby, you'll be staying in the school itself, in old dorms, just like the pupils. If you've seen BBC's The Awakening you'll have an idea of the type of setting that awaits you. If you're brave enough.
Just like Florence Cathcart, you'll be searching for signs of paranormal activity, you'll have guidance from our experienced paranormal investigators who will teach you to use the latest techniques and equipment such as EVP sound recording devices, K2 meters and 'Ghost Boxes'.
The spooky weekend certainly isn't for the fainthearted but it's incredibly illuminating as you take part in séances, table tipping and ouija boards in a bid to uncover any lost spirits. There will also be a talk on possessions and exorcism with a professor/paranormal investigator. "Who ya gonna call?"
So if you're ready to put aside your fears and enjoy a weekend then this is the kind of weekend that Michael Jackson's Thriller was written for;
"It's close to midnight and something evils lurking in the dark...
Mwah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha haaaaaaa!"