Scolton Manor Ghost Hunt • Sat 7 Dec - BOOK YOURS HERE
Light a candle, find a comfy seat and delve into The Ghost Book. Discover haunted places, spooky stories and book yourself a ghost hunt, if you dare?
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Ghost Hunts

HISTORY

Scolton Manor was completed in 1842 and remained the home to the Higgon family right up until 1972. At least three of those family members served as Sheriff of Pembrokeshire. 

The house was used as a convalescence home for servicemen during World War II. 

A living history museum now occupies the building depicting life in a Victorian manor house. 

 

HAUNTINGS

Paranormal activity has been experienced by both staff at the museum and visitors. Unexplained sounds are often heard and full bodied apparitions have been seen.

Are you ready to step back in time to investigate Scolton Manor and discover who still resides in its rooms?

 

YOUR HOSTS: Spooktacular Ghost Hunting Events

YOUR EVENT:

*Chance to investigate many areas of the Manor
*Chance to use real investigation equipment such as K2 Meters, Ghost Boxes and EVP Sound recording devices
*Opportunity to partake in investigation experiments such as Seances/Table Tipping
*FREE TIME to conduct your own investigating

* Unlimited Hot Refreshments

 (Please note , we always aim to have a medium in attendance on the event, however this is never guaranteed )

*No alcohol , under 18’s or pregnant ladies please

Please wear sensible shoes and warm clothes.

 

 

www.culture4pembrokeshire.co.uk