Event date 9th November 2012
Time Start: 8pm
Time Finish: 2.30am
Price: £45 inc snacks
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The story tells of a hotel manager who enticed a servant girl into the cellar. Spurning his advances and threatening to tell his wife, the girl was murdered by the hotel manager. He strangled and stabbed her then hid her body in a barrel.
When ‘Most Haunted’s’ resident psychic Derek Acorah came to the hotel, he reported the name of a male spirit George Williams/Williamson whom was having an affair with a female by the name of Elizabeth Hitchen. George Williams allegedly murdered Elizabeth by strangling and stabbing her. Acorah then revealed that Williams disposed of Elizabeth’s body by means of a chute within the hotel, which would have been used, at the time, for the delivery of bottles and barrels. Williams was then reported to have buried the body near the front of the hotel. According to Derek Acorah, Elizabeth Hitchen’s body remains there.
The second spirit that Acorah picked up on was that of George Lawley, whom he described as a writer who knew of Elizabeth’s murder and wrote about it in a ledger that he is reported to have hid. To this day, the ledger has not been found. It appears that a character of this name was a local historian who, at the time worked as a writer for the brewery!
Derek Acorah also picked up on the spirits of two children. Catherine aged 6/7 who died under the wheels of a carriage and Richard aged 3/4 who passed away after a blood related illness.
The other, as yet unnamed spirit who Acorah picked up on is rumoured to be sitting, waiting for someone in the infamous ROOM 214.
No one has yet to prove the existence of these spirits, as was mentioned earlier, there are many records missing.
Judge for yourself, come and spend the night at the Station Hotel.
Brief itinerary of the evening:
* Introduction to DI Paranormal
* Briefing on ghost hunting techniques
* Demonstration of latest ghost hunting equipment
* Teams headed by experienced investigators
* Paranormal experiments and team vigils
* Regular refreshment breaks
* Debriefing of teams - review of evidence and discussions
of findings from investigation