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General : Explosion Fright Night - The Anthony Nolan Trust - Saturday 8th May 2010

Posted by Tim on 20-Mar-2010 19:25 (4733 reads) News by the same author

Over the years its been very rare that I've asked anything of our members however I've been made aware of a charity event which I feel needs your support!

With special guest Dr Ciarán O'Keeffe from Most Haunted!

We've all lost someone we care about, in the last 5 years alone I've personally lost over 5 people I know and love, three of my close family members passed away from some form of cancer. Lets make a difference and lets help raise some funds for worthy cause.

Even if you can't make the event I'm pretty sure you could make a small donation direct to the charity for this event.

And now I'll pass you over to Tim Brown from the Paranormal Investigation Group Sussex otherwise know as the P.I.G.S.

Date: Saturday 8th May 2010
Location: Gosport, Hampshire

Don't forget our special guest is Dr Ciarán O'Keeffe from Most Haunted!

Do you dare to spend the night at Explosion - the museum of naval fire power?

The location is Explosion - the museum of naval fire power in Priddy’s Hard, Gosport. Explosion is the award winning museum of naval warfare created within 18th century buildings at the Royal Navy’s former Armament Depot.

Sightings of ghosts have been reported over the years at the former Armaments Depot, where Explosion is now based. Historical research has uncovered 12 deaths in the 18th and 19th centuries. Sightings of many of the unfortunate souls have been rumoured by former workers of the Royal Navy Armaments Depot. It has been reported that the stain of munitions worker Edward George Mc Bride who was killed in a blast in 1922 reappears on the wall of the room that stood directly over the site of the explosion.

Your challenge is to spend the night in this haunted location to try and encounter paranormal activity. The experience includes a tour of the location, use of ghost hunting equipment and an overnight investigation. You will be joined by a psychic medium and Dr. Ciarán O'Keeffe. Dr. CiaránO'Keeffe is a lecturer in parapsychology and TV paranormal investigator in Living TV’s ‘Most Haunted’ and ‘Jane Goldman Investigates’ where he provides a sceptical voice and regularly battles with all manner of mediumistic communication. You will also be joined by experienced paranormal investigators The Paranormal Investigation Group of Sussex (P.I.G.S).

How to Enter
This event is open to those aged 18 years and over. Places on this event are strictly limited so book yours now to avoid disappointment.

Entry Fee: £20 per person
Minimum Sponsorship: £115 per person

The entry fee covers the cost of staging the event. This ensures that all sponsorship raised supports our lifesaving work.

The individual to pledge the highest amount of sponsorship on the night, will receive a signed copy of ‘The Great Paranormal Clash’ by Dr Ciarán O’Keeffe and a signed autograph, a month’s free membership to Fareham Leisure Centre as well as 1 free Family Swim Voucher (Family swim voucher for 2 adults and 3 children) during public swimming times.

Contact us now to enter:
Telephone: 0303 303 3000
Email: events@anthonynolan.org.uk

Starts on: 08/05/2010
Ends on: 08/05/2010
Venue: Explosion Museum
Location: Gosport, Hampshire
Contact Telephone Number: 0303 303 3000
Contact Email Address: events@anthonynolan.org.uk
Contact Website: http://www.anthonynolan.org.uk/fund ... losion.htm
Event Organiser: Anna Spencer
Category: Fright Nights

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The Anthony Nolan Trust | Reg. No. 803716 / SC038827

So come on people get involved today, even if you can't make the event you can still sponsor it and donate. We need your help!

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