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Wednesday, 22 October 2014

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Paranormal hunt at Workington theatre

One of Workington’s most iconic buildings will be subject to a spooky investigation this weekend.

Amanda Oakes, of Windsor Road, and her team of investigators from Lakeland Paranormal Investigations, will spend tomorrow night at the Carnegie Theatre, Finkle Street.

Mrs Oakes, a medium, said: “It’s one of the oldest places in Workington. It has a wonderful feel about the place.

“We will try and encourage things to happen and see what we get.”

She will accompany people who have signed up to look for signs of supernatural activity.

They will use electromagnetic field detectors, night vision cameras and voice recorders.

The event is fully booked with 23 people. There are also nine people sponsored to do the investigation to raise money for Harrington Youth Club.

Guest medium Jimmy Cunningham will also be joining the investigation.

Mrs Oakes said that a follow up investigation could be held in September.

Have your say

Why do we have to check out
"ghost's" at night. ????

Posted by tom on 22 June 2013 at 04:12

There are older buildings opposite side of the road as that side was replaced when it was widened . Most Buildings on WASHINGTON ST. and to he east are older.

Posted by a yeoman on 31 May 2013 at 08:35

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