Join us for an evening of paranormal exploration.
Can YOU sit still in the darkened room of a real haunted house? An evening at Miss Porter’s House is the perfect next step for those ready to get serious about wanting to experience paranormal investigating. Each evening will focus on paranormal investigating with sessions held in the house that include vigils, doing EVP’s, spirit box and some old fashioned spirit communication techniques.
We have very special permission to conduct paranormal investigations at Miss Porter’s House – situated at 434 King Street Newcastle West.
Herbert Porter and his family moved into their new house in 1910. His two daughters Ella and Hazel remained single and lived in the house until Hazel’s passing in 1997.
The Edwardian terrace house contains 100 years of collectibles, 1909 – 1940 furniture, unique architectural features as well as the ghosts of family members, including Mr.Herbert Porter himself, who has stayed on in spirit to take care of his beloved home.
The evening will introduce you to some different ways of ghost hunting using new gadgets as well as old fashioned table tipping techniques.
You will have plenty of time to explore, take photos, try out any new techniques you have learned and stake out some of the rooms with us listening for things that WILL go bump in the night.
Venue: Miss Porter’s House – 434 King street, Newcastle West.
We have had many interesting experiences reported over the past five years – seeing half body apparitions, voices recorded, unexplained shadows on video and participants being prodded and touched.
Cost: $45.00 per person
CALL Renata to book – 0411 357 519
Miss Porters is booking out quickly this year:
Saturday August 11th – 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm (Fully Booked)
Saturday October 13th – 7pm to 9pm (open for bookings)
Saturday December 1st – 7pm to 9pm ( open for bookings)
(Private Group bookings available for 2018 – minimum number 6 people)
*Your payment includes hire charge for this Heritage listed building which goes towards the care and upkeep of this precious piece of Newcastle’s history.
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