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Leeds town hall Ghost Hunts, Leeds Ghost Nights

Leeds Town Hall Ghost Hunts West Yorkshire

Leeds Town Hall Ghost Hunts - Leeds Ghost Nights - Paranormal Eye UK 

Ghost Hunt with the paranormal eye Uk team at the haunted Leeds Townhall. This building is said to be home to many ghosts, and this is an ideal place for an overnight ghost hunt. Many Believe that the strange happenings are by Charlie Peace; Charlie is the most frequent spirit at this location; Charlie was tried at this Courthouse for Murder; he was sentenced to death and kept here at the bridge well cells while he awaited execution at Armley Prison. Charlie often makes his presence known in the cells and the eerie corridor. There are also many other spirits here; some are Victorian politicians and angry police officers. Who or what will we encounter during this investigation?

Leeds Town Hall is documented as one of the most haunted locations in Leeds. The Bridewell Cells.

They are still there today, and as part of this investigation, situated in the basement of the town hall, they remain intact with the old wooden doors and benches.

Spend the evening inside Leeds Town Hall; set deep below this genuinely iconic building are a warren of old disused Victorian prison Cells, A chilling eerie crypt, an old courthouse and an old hall that has a feeling of stepping right back in time. Leeds Town Hall is very rarely investigated we are inviting you to join us. The Dark eerie Corridor is said to be highly creepy many staff report strange shadows and the feeling of being watched. Can you face your fears and enter a truly haunted location? 

History of Leeds Town Hall

Leeds Town Hall During the war housed an ARP in the basement, and from 1942, a British restaurant that proved popular after the war was refurbished in 1960 before closing in 1966. But on 14 and 15 March 1941, Leeds was bombed, hitting the east side of the town hall, causing significant damage to its roof and walls on Calverley Street, but this was swiftly repaired.

The Moot Hall was used for judicial purposes. But Leeds went through a period of rapid growth in the first half of the 19th century, and by the mid-19th century, it became apparent that the courthouse was no longer large enough for the functions it performed. In July 1850, Leeds Borough Council decided to build a new town hall and established a committee to assess the opinions of Leeds's inhabitants as to the building of a new municipal hall. The Town Hall was built between 1853 and 1858 by architect Cuthbert Brodrick.

This Event Includes 

A guided tour of the areas, please note that the Main Hall not may be accessible due to location commitments.

They are working in small groups, participating in Ouija/spirit board sessions, Evp Sessions, Table tipping, seances and many other techniques.

Tea/coffee and light snacks throughout the evening.

Please remember to bring your torch as this location has caves and underground chambers. Please remember to wear suitable footwear as this location has a lot of stairs and very uneven floors.


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