30 East drive, Pontefract

£15.00 £60.00

Home to the “Black monk” of Pontefract, 30 East drive is renowned worldwide for some of the most harrowing poltergeist activity in paranormal history.
Many a book, film and TV programme have been made about this location, including the 2012 film, “When the lights go out”.
Ghostly Goings On are now giving you the chance to experience this famous house for yourselves!
Are you brave enough to join us inside for the entire night? Yes, you read that correctly, the entire night inside one of the worlds most haunted homes.
This event includes the option to sleep over with breakfast included the following morning.
With reports of doors opening on their own accord and beds being trashed, we are sure You will be certain of a decent nights unrest in this location.

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30 East drive, Pontefract.

Date: Saturday 2nd June 2018
Time: 9pm-3am

Introduction:

Home to the “Black monk” of Pontefract, 30 East drive is renowned worldwide for some of the most harrowing poltergeist activity in paranormal history.
Many a book, film and TV programme have been made about this location, including the 2012 film, “When the lights go out”.
Ghostly Goings On are now giving you the chance to experience this famous house for yourselves!
Are you brave enough to join us inside for the entire night? Yes, you read that correctly, the entire night inside one of the worlds most haunted homes.
This event includes the option to sleep over with breakfast included the following morning.
With reports of doors opening on their own accord and beds being trashed, we are sure You will be certain of a decent nights unrest in this location.

Location History:

Jean, Joe, Phillip (15) and Diane (12) Pritchard moved into Number 30 East Drive, Pontefract in August 1966. Almost immediately, during the hot summer Bank Holiday, Phillip and his Grandmother first witnessed a baffling phenomenon – a fine layer of chalk like dust falling not from the ceiling, but from a level below head height.

In an effort to clean up before Phillip’s holidaying parents returned, Mrs Kelly (Phillip’s Aunty who had been fetched by her mother to observe the falling dust) went to the kitchen for some cleaning implements, whereupon she slipped on a pool of water that had mysteriously appeared. Her efforts to mop up the water were thwarted by more pools appearing on the linoleum in front of her and Phillip’s very eyes.

This was the beginning of several years of incredible, inexplicable events; green foam appearing from taps and toilet even after the water was turned off, the tea dispenser being activated resulting in all the dried tea cascading onto the work surface, lights being turned off and on, plants leaping out of their pots and landing on the stairs, cupboards shaking violently, photographs being slashed with a sharp knife and an endless list of levitating and thrown objects – including a solid oak sideboard.

Dubbed ‘Mr Nobody’ by the local press in 1968, the family preferred to refer to the poltergeist simply as ‘Fred’, perhaps as a way of normalising ‘It’ as no number of initiatives could persuade the entity to leave the family in peace and house-proud mother Jean refused to be terrorised out of her house by an entity. Exorcisms were met with indignation; walls would seep holy water, faces were slapped, people were shoved down the stairs and ‘Fred’s’ hands would appear from nowhere and conduct the Christian songs aimed at shooing him off – whilst wearing huge women’s fur gloves. In fact, many of Fred’s antics were both amazing and often highly amusing, like when he calmly poured an entire jug of milk he removed from the fridge over a sceptical aunt, leaving the kids in stitches.

Ordinarily poltergeists aren’t known for causing grievous bodily harm, and although Fred caused a few bruises and scrapes and lot of heart stopping scares, in particular to Diane – seemingly the focus of the haunting – it is rare for a poltergeist to become excessively violent and cause physical harm. But in the case of Fred, that indeed became the case. Late on in his residency, when both Phillip and Diane were beginning to exit adolescence, the activity reached a new climactic height with Diane’s long hair suddenly standing on its end, followed by her being dragged kicking and screaming up the stairs, an event that left her seriously traumatised and with clearly visible finger marks on her throat.

Reported Paranormal Activity:

Here listed, are just some of the examples of activity that has recently been witnessed:

  1. TV blaring – house empty. Witness: Carol F
  2. Bed in Diane’s old room trashed at 4am. Witness: Carol F’s son.
  3. Figure of man made from duvet placed on neighbour’s son’s bed. Witness:  Carol F and her son.
  4. 6’5″ shadow of a man walks from kitchen into neighbour’s house. Witness: Competition winner
  5. Circle drawn on back by finger whilst lying on the floor in front room. Witness: Debra M
  6. Penny dropping from nowhere, rolling into middle of front room. Witness: Carol and Darren F, Gordon M, Debra M, two competition winners.
  7. TV turning off at wall. Witness: Debra M, Gordon M, two competition winners
  8. Every radiator mysteriously being turned up full having been turned down by guest. Witness: Gary J
  9. Constantly disappearing portable thermostat. Witness: Documentary film crew
  10. Missing keys found inside broken vacuum cleaner. Witness: Documentary film crew
  11. Dolls in front room change position. Witness: Carol F

It’s fair to say that this location is NOT for the faint hearted and those of a nervous disposition.

We are also limiting this event for anyone that has any known heart conditions and, as always, are pregnant.


Your overnight ghost hunt at 30 East drive includes:

  • An equipment demonstration before the investigation begins
  • Full use of our vast array of paranormal equipment
  • Refreshments, Tea/coffee & cakes
  • The guidance of our experienced investigators
  • The chance to sleep over ( Bedding/camp beds will be needed )
  • Breakfast the following morning- Crumpets, toast, preserves and juice.
  • 13 hours access!

You can find out more about 30 East Drive by visiting it’s website www.30EastDrive.com

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Full payment £60.00, Deposit £15.00, Remaining balance £45.00

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