|27th April 2019|
|7pm - Midnight|
2060 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow South Side G43 1AT
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Join the Scottish Ghost Nights team as they explore another iconic Glasgow location. Are you brave enough to join us as we seek the Ghosts of Pollok House? With infamous links to Witchcraft this location is well worth a ghost hunt!
Pollok House is a well known Glasgow location set in a beautiful country park near the centre of Glasgow. However this location has a dark history …. In the 1670s, Janet Douglas, a mute serving girl, arrived at the Pollok estate of Sir George Maxwell, who shortly thereafter fell mysteriously ill. Janet regained the power of speech and immediately accused five local people of consorting with the devil. The story of their trial and subsequent burning at the stake has intrigued historians over the centuries, as has the story of Janet herself, who was reputed to have travelled to America and was involved in the infamous Salem witch trials of 1692.
Are you brave enough to join us as we seek out the Ghosts of Pollok House? Is Janet still in residence? Will she accuse you of witchcraft? Or will we contact more benign spirits of the house?
Your night includes 5hrs of spooky creepy fun! Starting with a tour of the location and a ghost hunting workshop for the new ghost hunter. You will take part in spooky experiments with our expert paranormal team...…. are you brave enough?
Saturday 27th April 2019
7pm to midnight, £49pp
Book at www.ukghostnights.co.uk
(Over18s only, no alcohol or pregnant ladies)
The top floor is inaccessible for wheelchairs, however the rest of the venue is fully accessible
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