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27th Jun 2020 – The Village Mansfield, Nottinghamshire (10 Left)
The Village, also commonly known as ‘The Village of the Damned’ is an abandoned building situated in the heart of Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. Dating back to the early 1800’s, this ominous building was once a slaughterhouse before being turned into a Malt House. Mr Merryweather, who owned the Malt houses until his death in 1835, has been sighted roaming around here, and it is felt that a group of spirits said to have been held captive in one of the hidden rooms enjoy making their presence known too With special guest: Vivien Powell
18th July 2020 – The Farm Parafest, Skegness DAY TICKET
EAPI are proud to be working in conjunction with The Village Church Farm in hosting Parafest 2020. This special event is held at one of the oldest buildings in Skegness, with a long history of haunted tales and paranormal activity. With six highly respected, and carefully chosen speakers whom will be available to speak to throughout the event. This ticket is for the DAY PASS ONLY
8th Aug 2020 – Rougham Control Tower, Bury (10 Left)
EAPI return to this highly active location. Our last visit to Rougham ended our 2019 season, and was our most active and enjoyable event of the year, Will those Footsteps above the tower come back to haunt us? Do you dare join us?
10th Oct 2020 – True Crime Museum and Haunted Caves,Hastings (15 left)
If you think Paranormal events can be scary, this event will take things to the next level. With Haunted Caves, a Murder Room, a Death Chamber, real museum objects used in Horrific crimes, and a long history of site Hauntings, paranormal activity and apparitions, this is not for the faint hearted. EAPI have been invited and asked to investigate this amazing location, built in the 1880’s.