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Ghost Hunt - Exclusive Tour

Ghost Hunt - Exclusive Tour

Saturday 10 May 2014,

8.30pm – 12am

Museum of Wellington City & Sea

From a sell-out tour, Psychic Medium Kathy McBride returns to explore more of the ghosts at the Museum of Wellington City & Sea on Saturday the 10 May 2014. Throughout the evening Kathy will take people on a tour to experience darkness sessions and a table tipping to make contact with the dead.

Kathy returns to the Museum after finding sufficient evidence of the supernatural. She has ten years’ experience in the field and has hosted ghost hunts all over NZ. The building that was once the old Bond Store, an 1892 heritage building designed by leading architect Frederick de Jersey Clere will be thoroughly examined for people of the past.

One tour member recalls, “I felt really uneasy for the first time ever when upstairs in the offices hallway by myself. I felt like I was being watched, which is where I got a photo of my blue orb. I was just outside the Wahine area when I felt like someone was pressing against my shin a couple of times [first time being touched like that]. Coming out of the toilet by the board room I felt like someone was there so turned to face the board room and got a whole lot of orbs coming at me at ground level.”

At 8.30pm, Kathy will begin the tour in hope to make contact with people from the past. Places must be booked in advance, as this tour often sells out.

Price: $50

To book: email museumtours@wmt.org.nz or call 04 472 8940

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