Mist or mysterious figure? One of Norman Fahy’s pictures taken at Castle Rising Castle.
Published Date: 07 April 2009
By Staff Copy
THE experts investigating paranormal activity at Castle Rising are holding an open meeting to showcase their evidence and generate debate on the subject.
Archaeologist and historian Norman Fahy and former telecommunications engineer Malcolm Chambers are inviting fellow investigators to join them at the meeting ahead of a new season of events at the castle.
The duo have worked extensively at the castle and Mr Fahy has photographed and witnessed many occurrences during his seven-year watch as head custodian.
Mr Chambers owns an array of electronic sensing devices which have been used to capture paranormal activity and he hopes to continue this work in the future.
Castle Rising has a good reputation of haunting and the team has developed an impressive portfolio of evidence.
The meeting will be held at the Castle Rising Reading Room from 7.30pm tomorrow.
Admission costs £2 which includes light refreshments and all proceeds will go to the St Lawrence Church fabric fund.
The duo will be holding a series of events at the castle from Saturday, April 18, where members of the public can take an active part in paranormal investigations of the castle.
For more information visit www.mystic-worlds. co.uk or call 07758 485217.
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