Ghost Hunting @ Ryecroft Hall, Manchester March 16th 2024
Simply Ghost Nights return to Ryecroft Hall in Manchester for a ghost hunt. The hall is a beautiful Grade 2 listed which dates back to 1849, when the Earl of Stamford and Warrington sold the land to the Buckley family, who owned the cotton mills at Ryecroft.
James Smith Buckley passed the house on in 1885 to his nephew Abel Buckley, who lived there for 22 years. He was also the Liberal MP and the Mayor of Ashton, and contributed to the cost of building Albion Church.
In 1913 Austin Hopkinson, MP for Mossley, inventor of a coal cutting machine and owner of Delta Engineering Works, acquired the hall.
During the First World War it became a voluntary hospital with over 100 beds. Austin Hopkinson gave the house and grounds to the people of Audenshaw in 1922 for Council Offices and to this day it is used for community purposes. This buildings reputed haunting and history aside, what will this investigation have in store for us?
Your ghost night commences with a brief chat about what you may experience as a ghost hunter on the night and how to use all our ghost hunting equipment whether you are using the spiritual or scientific the equipment, you are free to use any of the ghost hunting equipment as you attempt to interact with the spirit world.
We do not waste your event time talking about us, we utilize all the time possible into investigation time giving you the best opportunity to experience something. although all our experiments are optional you will have the opportunity to participate in...........
- Victorian Séances
- Table Tipping Experiments
- Ouija Boards
- Glass Divination
- Lone Vigils (optional)
- Human Pendulum
Use all the latest ghost hunting equipment such as Mel Meters, K2 meters, Franks box, motion sensors, sound enhancers, night vision goggles, infra red camera's and much more as we search for ghostly communication from the other side
Why not come and experience an evening with Simply Ghost Nights at this fantastic location!
Start time 9pm - 1.45am