DEAD HAUNTED PRESENT
AN EXCLUSIVE, UNIQUE AND VERY SPECIAL EVENT
YOU’VE SEEN THE SHOW.
NOW YOU CAN INVESTIGATE ALONGSIDE ITS STARS!
**THE ONLY TIME THE TEAM WILL BE APPEARING LIVE TOGETHER THIS YEAR OUTSIDE OF THE ‘MOST HAUNTED-LIVE’ SHOWS**
A NIGHT WITH
As seen on ‘Most Haunted LIVE – 8 Faces of Evil’, October 2009
24th July 2010
The DEAD HAUNTED Team
FOR A TRULY UNFORGETTABLE NIGHT
In what could possibly be YOUR ONLY EVER OPPORTUNITY, you can join the Most Haunted team for a night to remember, at the scene of the 2009 Halloween ‘8 Faces of Evil – LIVE’ event; MORECAMBE WINTER GARDENS THEATRE, in Lancashire.
Ever since Yvette Fielding and the ‘Most Haunted’ team hit our screens way back in 2002 the show has become a world wide phenomenon, amassing a huge following of paranormal enthusiasts. The show has gone from strength to strength, with more and more people eager to see what Yvette, Karl, Cath and the rest of the team will encounter!
The series has also spawned numerous successful ‘Most Haunted – LIVE’ broadcasts, which have taken followers all over the world in search of the paranormal, where Yvette and the regular team are joined by demonologist Fred Batt and others; Fred Batt is also joining us for this fantastic event.
DONT FORGET, THIS IS NOT JUST A SIT IN THE AUDIENCE EVENT…YOU WILL BE TAKING PART IN EXPERIMENTS AND INVESTIGATING WITH THE MOST HAUNTED TEAM MEMBERS!
THE VENUE: Morecambe’s infamous Winter Gardens Theatre
HISTORY OF THE WINTER GARDENS THEATRE
The land that the Morecambe Winter Gardens theatre we see today was once occupied by salt water swimming baths, which were surrounded by the gardens from which the name is derived. The original facilities included 3 plunge baths, 24 private baths and 2 medicated baths and soon afterwards an entertainment complex was added. In 1896 it was announced that a new theatre was to be built.
Morcambe Winter Gardens was originally built in1897 as an extension to the first Winter Gardens building (now demolished) and was first named The Oriental Ballroom & The Victoria Pavillion theatre. It is a Grade II listed building.
The 1940’s saw what many believe to be the Golden Years of the theatre’s history, with many top acts such as Laurel and Hardy, George Formby and Billy Cotton.
The last performance to be staged by this magnificent theatre took place at the end of the 1970’s after which Morcambe Winter Gardens closed its doors for the final time.
In 2006 the building was purchased by The Friends Of Winter Gardens charity and formed The Winter Gardens Preservation Trust Ltd, who now owns the theatre and currenty oversees the restoration.
Among the present patrons to the Winter Gardens are actor Paul Nicholas and comedian Ken Dodd.
The ‘Most Haunted’ team investigated the building over two nights for series 10.
GOOD SIDE – BAD SIDE
Rumour has it that the theatre has two sides to it which governs the ghostly activity; a good side and a bad side.
Will we find evidence for this on our investigation?
GHOSTS & HAUNTINGS
Morecambe Winter Gardens has seen many a face come and go throughout its history, and it appears that some of those associated with the building have not quite gone altogether. There are numerous reports of strange incidents happening at what is reputedly one of the most haunted buildings within Lancashire.
The sounds of phantom footsteps have been heard by staff and workers alike at the building, coming from areas where there is nobody present.
Unexplained bangs and knocks have been heard throughout the building, and upon inspection no cause could ever be found.
There have been reports that workers, staff and visitors to the building have been touched and pushed by unseen spectral hands.
Poltergeist activity would appear to be rife at the Morecambe Winter Gardens theatre – is this perhaps the bad side of the ghosts, or merely a playful spirit?
THE HAUNTED STAIRCASE
The spirit of a woman has been picked up on the main staircase. It is thought that during an argument with her partner she either fell or was pushed down the stairs where she died.
THE SINGING GHOST
During a visit to the Winter Gardens by the ‘Most Haunted’ team the sound of a woman singing was heard, as well as that of what could only be described as a growling dog.
PREVIOUS DHN VISITS
During our previous visit to the Winter Gardens Theatre, several people witnessed unexplained figures, as well as light anomalies. Noises were also heard.
OTHER REPORTED INCIDENTS:
Strange light anomlies
Feelings of being watched
Don’t miss this UNIQUE, RARE & EXCLUSIVE OPPORTUNITY to join the MOST HAUNTED TEAM and Dead Haunted at a truly frightening location: MORECAMBE WINTER GARDENS THEATRE, Lancashire.
YOUR EVENT INCLUDES:
A night with the Most Haunted team; meet Yvette, Karl, Cath, Fred & Phil.
Take part in experiments with the Most Haunted team and DEAD HAUNTED.
A familiarisation tour of the building in lit conditions prior to the lights going out. Participation in vigils and paranormal experiments (participation is optional).
Snacks, refreshments – hot & cold – and use of paranormal investigation equipment will be provided throughout the event and there will be a post investigation discussion of any paranormal activity encountered.
A self confessed super fan of Most Haunted and editor of GhostMag.com. Matt’s passion for ghost hunting began when he moved into a haunted house in his second year of university in Leicester! His favourite location is the Niddry Street Vaults in Edinburgh.