Jedburgh Jail Paranormal Investigation
Saturday’s 9 pm till 3 am – 14th Sep 2019 – Public Sales Open Aug 2019 – £45.00 Per Person
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The Victorian prison, now a museum of imprisonment and local history, is situated on the site of the Royal Castle of Jedburgh. These include finds made during excavations upon nearby Dunion Hill Iron Age settlement and at Greyfriars’ Garden in the town.
The Royal Castle of Jedburgh occupied this site from the 12th century until 1409 when it was destroyed to deny its use to English soldiers. John Howard’s Reformatory Imprisonment principles influenced the design and construction of this prison in 1820-1824 on the site of the town gallows.
Jedburgh Castle Jail has been the subject of many reported paranormal occurences. Many apparitions have been seen and there have been many reports of a ghostly piper seen standing on the battlements.
Strong presences have been felt and on many occasions strange lights have been witnessed. The jail found itself highlighted in the media in 2005 when a paranormal investigation team experienced extreme poltergiest activity.
Join us for a night in this fantastic location!
Join Ghost Events Scotland & The Scottish Paranormal Team for a night of paranormal investigating at this fantastic historic location.
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