True’s Yard in King’s Lynn set to host ghost hunt
PUBLISHED: 12:06 31 January 2018
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A maritime museum is opening its doors after dark to investigate some strange goings-on.
Doors have been slammed shut without explanation, paintings knocked off of walls and a function room is said to be haunted at True’s Yard in King’s Lynn.
It includes Lynn’s last fishing yard with two original cottages of the many which once stood around the site.
Back in the late 1800’s hundreds of people lived just a stone’s throw from St Nicolas’ chapel in the heart of the North End.
There are said to be 39 ghosts residing in the museum including a poltergeist called Henry and a young girl who was murdered by her father for loving the wrong man.
The event on Saturday, March 3 (7pm) is being ran by UK Ghost Hunts and is £30 a ticket, with a £10 deposit.
The evening will include ghost hunting vigils in smaller groups, table tipping and a Ouija board. More at www.ukghosthunts.com.