HMP Shrewsbury Ghost Hunt ..Tour and Sleepover
Ghost hunt with Karl Beattie and Stuart Torevell
Date - 18th Sept 2020
Times - 7pm til 8am
Price - £75pp
Cat - A size
HMP Shrewsbury also known as Dana has a rich dark history from murders..suicides and hangings..From haunted cells to the chaple..kitchens and so much more..Very dark..very scary..This location has it all..including the hanging area..This location is huge..with many areas to investigate..From people being grabbed and pushed to full bodied apparitions seen.aswell as items thrown..loud footsteps and cell doors that bang shut of their own accord...Dare you enter ?..Its LOCKDOWN at HMP Shrewsbury..For the whole night...
Dare you sleep in a haunted prison ?..Dare you wander alone in the early hours in a haunted prison ?
Lets find out.....
IMPORTANT - YOU WILL NEED SLEEPING BAGS..SOMETHING COMFY TO LAY ON..PILLOWS..SOMETHING COMFY TO SLEEP IN AND ANY MEDICATION YOU MAY NEED..THE BEDS WILL BE METAL FRAME PRISON BEDS SO ITS VERY IMPORTANT TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE SOMETHING SOFT TO SLEEP ON..THE MOST HAUNTED CELEBS WILL ARRIVE AT 9PM AND LEAVE AT 1AM..
EVEN THOUGH IT IS SUMMER IT STILL CAN GET COLD INSIDE THE PRISON..PLEASE ACCOUNT FOR THIS..
USE THE PAYMENT OPTION TO PAY YOUR DEPOSIT..FULL PAYMENT OR REMAINING BALANCE AFTER YOUR DEPOSIT HAS BEEN PAID..BALANCES ARE DUE 4 WEEKS BEFORE THE EVENT DATE..PRICES ARE ALL PER PERSON.
Hmp Shrewsbury Sleepover 18th Sept 2020
- History HM Prison Shrewsbury was a Category B/C men's prison in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. It closed in March 2013. The former prison site, on Howard Street, adjacent to Shrewsbury railway station, is near the site of the Dana Gaol, a medieval prison. The name The Dana is still often used for the prison, as well as being the name of the road to one side of the prison and the pedestrian route that runs from near the front of the prison into the town centre via a footbridge over the station. The now disused platform 8 at the station, masked from the opposite platform by a high wall, was used for transporting prisoners between 1868 and the First World War. There has been a prison on the site since 1793, the original building being constructed by Thomas Telford to plans by Shrewsbury architect John Hiram Haycock; the present prison building was constructed in 1877. The prison took female convicts until 1922. Between 1902 and 1961 the following seven people were executed by hanging within the walls of HMP Shrewsbury for the crime of murder:- Richard Wigley aged 34 yrs on Tuesday, 18 March 1902 (Mary Ellen Bowen [girlfriend]) William Griffiths aged 57 yrs on Tuesday, 24 July 1923 (Catherine Hughes [mother]) Frank Griffin aged 40 yrs on Thursday, 4 January 1951 (Jane Edge) Harry Huxley aged 43 yrs on Tuesday, 8 July 1952 (Ada Royce [girlfriend]) Donald Neil Simon aged 32 years on Thursday, 23 October 1952 (Eunice Simon [estranged wife] & Victor Brades [her lover]) Desmond Donald Hooper aged 27 yrs on Tuesday, 26 January 1954 (Betty Smith) George Riley aged 21 yrs on Thursday, 9 February 1961 (Adeline Mary Smith [neighbour)