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Investigators to search Roman ruins for spooks

By The Citizen  |  Posted: August 07, 2013

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TICKETS are still available to attend a paranormal investigation at one of Gloucester’s most historic sites this weekend.

Ghost hunters from Ghostly Goings On will try to contact the ‘other side’ when they have exclusive access to Gloucester City museum and the Roman chambers site this weekend.

The historical site includes Roman remains, the base of a 13th century tower and the Tudor 'horse-pool' where wagons and livestock were once washed. The event runs from 8pm to 1am on Sunday, for tickets go online at www.ghostlygoingson.org.uk.

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  • Extreemgal  |  August 15 2013, 10:45AM

    Mike hibby. What I do is not scientific. Other members of the team may use their gadgets machines etc. I know what I have felt, heard and seen. You can ridicule me as much as you like I am used to it so doesn't bother me. Glad I made you laugh btw. Nice to bring a bit of happiness into peoples lives. :-)

  • Vesuvio  |  August 09 2013, 11:57AM

    by angel67 that bitterness and nastiness is what spoils it for every other team and they cause trouble" That, and the fact that ghosts don't exist...

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  • Selector  |  August 09 2013, 9:41AM

    What an absolute load of bunkum!

  • mikehibby  |  August 09 2013, 8:14AM

    Extreemgal, I'm not sure which is funnier, the fact that you are here pouting because they got in the paper and you didn't, the fact that you are arguing with Tim about the definition of exclusive (for the record, you're wrong) or the fact that you actually appear to believe that what you are doing is in any way true or scientific.

  • TimMessanger  |  August 08 2013, 6:57PM

    Extreemgal Maybe they are better at doing press releases. Any of your team members has any background or training in science, investigation, forensics, or any other field that would be relevant? There's nothing wrong with personal experiences, but by themselves they are not proof or evidence of anything. Unless a ghost or entity has been specifically and repeatedly reported or photographed emitting light, there's no valid, logical reason for ghost investigators to work in the dark. You might want to read Scientific Paranormal Investigation: How to Solve Unexplained Mysteries you can get it from Amazon - http://tinyurl.com/khdhg3z

  • Extreemgal  |  August 08 2013, 6:27PM

    Also the pot calling the kettle black Tim as on your previous comment you start.........'A have a couple of questions here.' A* with distinction for your English! NOT!

  • Extreemgal  |  August 08 2013, 6:14PM

    Tim, I can assure you I am quite capable of reading English. Would you like to tell me how you have come to the conclusion that I have not investigated properly? Yes they may have exclusive access this weekend however G.P.S and G.S.S had 'exclusive' access last weekend. The first paranormal groups to access the museum. So why the big write up on the other group? Hardly fair. May I also say what a pompous, patronising, judgemental person you are! Do you understand that?

  • TimMessanger  |  August 08 2013, 4:49PM

    Extreemgal - "they have exclusive access to Gloucester City museum and the Roman chambers site this weekend" what part of this is untrue? It's nice to see so called investigators can't even read and understand English let alone investigate properly!

  • Extreemgal  |  August 08 2013, 10:14AM

    Tim if access is exclusive to Ghostly Goings on, then Gloucester Paranormal society and G.S.S would not have already done the first paranormal investigation there last Saturday!

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  • TimMessanger  |  August 08 2013, 9:41AM

    BTW the article is factually correct as they do have exclusive access!

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