Now in its’ seventh year and in great demand, we are currently taking bookings for our highly popular overnight paranormal ghost walks. Not for the faint of heart!
For further details or to book please call 01208 76292 or download and complete this booking form.
Forth Coming Events 2015
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Age: Persons under the age of 18 are generally not permitted to attend these events.
Arrival: Please arrive at the jail for around 10:30 p.m.
Format: The night will be hosted by Mark Rablin, our experienced and professional Psychic medium & energy therapist who has many years experience of research into paranormal fields.
You will receive a basic tutoring in Reiki and energy management. Various group workshops will then be undertaken in selected areas of both the main civil prison, and the Naval prison, and it is expected that you will enjoy the night and gain a better understanding into the paranormal field.
Our aim is to ensure that by the time you leave our care you have learnt and experienced something of the paranormal world that exists within these walls.
Facilities: Tea and coffee facilities are available throughout the night and a function room and toilets will be on hand. A fully licensed restaurant is available for food and drink prior to the start of the evening – if is advisable to book prior to your arrival – and you are welcome to bring snacks and/or refreshments yourselves; no alcoholic drinks are permitted during the course of the event.
Please bring warm clothing as temperatures get very cold in the lower areas of the prison and do not forget a torch and/or a camera for pictures.
Close: The night will finish at approximately 7a.m., with a full English breakfast included in the price. Please advise us if there are any vegetarian requirements.
Cost: The cost of this event is £75.00 per person per night. This amount is used to cover staffing and administration costs, with residual monies being used to fund our Regeneration Project for both the premises and site of Bodmin Jail.
Ghost detection equipment reveals that the toilets at Bodmin Jail are visited throughout the night as well as the day.
Please tell us as much about your ghost walk enquiry as possible and we will get back to you as soon as possible alternatively you can download this booking form, and return it to us by post.
Please Note: Consumption of Alcohol: Whilst we have no objection to a glass of wine, or a beer being consumed with an evening meal, our rules are simple – if you have consumed too much alcohol to drive a car legally, you have consumed too much to attend one of our Ghost Walks/Ultimate Paranormal Dining Nights. You are not permitted to bring alcohol to an event.
We reserve the right to refuse you admission to a Ghost Night/Ultimate Paranormal Dining Night, or ask you to leave at any time during the event. There will be NO refund for any monies paid, and the Resident Medium’s decision is FINAL.
Pregnancy: To ensure the health and well being of all our guests, we ask that anyone booking a Ghost Walk/Ultimate Paranormal Dining Night who is, or thinks they are pregnant, consults their GP and obtains a letter confirming they are well enough to participate in one of our events. Without a letter, we reserve the right to refuse admission without refund of any monies paid. We are happy to reserve you a place whilst you wait for your GP’s letter. The Resident Medium’s decision is FINAL.
General Health: We ask that at the time of booking, you advise us of any existing medical conditions. We need to know about anything from a physical disability, or heart condition, to diabetes. Better tell us too much than too little. We reserve the right to refuse admission without refund of any monies paid. The Resident Medium’s decision is FINAL. Any information given to us will be treated in the strictest confidence.
Legal: Considering the Fraudulent Mediums Act 1951 and European Consumer Protection Legislation – These events are deemed to be, and offered as ‘Entertainment Only Events’.
The Jail would like to thank all those contributors who send in their images for us to look at, especially:
Paul Mccolm and Nicholas Tarling