Inveraray Jail Paranormal Investigation – Argyll
Saturday’s 8 pm till 2 am – 6th July 2019 – Sales Open May 2019 – £45.00 Per Person
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Inveraray Jail was opened in 1820 and is the former county courthouse and prison for Argyll. Over 6000 men, women and children were sentenced in the courtroom and served their sentences in the prisons. The court-room, on the first floor, has a semi-circle of large windows giving a magnificent view overlooking the prison yard and, beyond, across Loch Fyne.
The two-storied prison has three foot thick walls of massive rough-hewn red stone and originally contained cells on both floors, eight in total. A third of the ground floor was occupied by a day-room which was lit, like the cells, by narrow, unglazed windows.
The Prisons (Scotland) Act 1839 brought about many changes, including the separation of prisoners. A second prison was finally built on the spare ground, opening in the closing days of 1848. The new prison consisted of twelve cells on three floors with an exercising gallery at the top. A pair of outdoor exercise yards were also built, separated from each other by a wall.
Now a museum and popular visitor attraction, there have been many reported ghost sightings and a long list of unexplained experiences from both staff and visitors over the years.
Join Ghost Events Scotland & The Scottish Paranormal Team for a night of paranormal investigating at this fantastic historic location.
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