Join Ghostlygathering to investigate these two amazing buildings, Beaumaris Courthouse on the 24th March and Beaumaris Gaol on 25th March
Ghostlygathering are extremely pleased to announce the very first public paranormal investigation at Beaumaris Courthouse. The Courthouse was built in 1614 and its final case was heard in 1996. It is the oldest remaining courthouse in Wales. There have been many well known and infamous trials for murder held in the courthouse, which resulted in many hangings,the last being on February 15th 1910. Other prisoners were sentenced to all types of punishment such as simple fines, public whipping, deportation and Gaol sentences.
With its history it is no surprise that there are many accounts of ghostly activity in the courthouse. Rooms feeling ice cold with sudden shifts in temperature for no reason, the sound of voices when nobody is present and doors slamming. 7pm – 2am 24th March 2023
Join us at Beaumaris Gaol the historic and highly active property made infamous by Most Haunted.
On our pre-investigation visit, we took the following pictures. If you take a closer look at the internal corridor photo with the guide, there is a ghostly image to the right of him. We were unaware of this spectre at the time, although we were aware of sounds and movement surrounding us. The photo was taken outside of the condemned cell where prisoners were held awaiting execution. The image appears to show a priest in his robes and a male prisoner. We immediately sent this image to our guide and the rest of the Gaol team!
Previously recorded activity at the Gaol includes poltergeist activity on all levels, sulphurous odours in certain cells, smells of tobacco, a babies cradle being rocked by unseen hands, visitors being pushed, shoved and having their clothes tugged and hair pulled, plus much too much to list here.
7pm-2am 25th March 2023
ARE YOU BRAVE ENOUGH TO BE INCARCERATED OVERNIGHT AT BEAUMARIS GAOL?