Aberdeen Tolbooth Museum Paranormal Investigation

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Episode 3 Aberdeen Tolbooth Museum 19 June 2014

History:
The Tolbooth Museum is one of Aberdeen's oldest buildings and one of the best-preserved 17th century gaols in Scotland.
Ghosts have manifested themselves to staff and visitors over the years, with dark shadows accompanied by ghostly footsteps.

The original building on the site of the Museum was built in 1393 as an area for collecting tolls for goods that were bought and sold.
Years later its role changed to that of a holding place for prisoners about to be tried at the court.
This then developed into a general prison. The Wardhouse, now the Tolbooth Museum, was built between 1616 and 1629.
Several cells still exist in their original format; they have been restored to how they would have looked when they were used as holding cells.

The Event:
Join Afterdark Paranormal Investigations team for what will be a very interesting evening at this fantastic location.

Vigils & Experiments:
The event will include various vigils and experiments which everyone will have the opportunity to participate in if they would like too, these will include lone vigils, ouija board experiments, human pendulum experiments, EMF experiments, EVP experiments and many more.

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