Saturday 10th November
Tickets cost £90 per person
Arrival 6.30pm – 3am finish.
Includes a 3 course dinner
BOOK ONLINE or call us direct on 01208 76292 to secure your place.
Your evening will start with a 6.30pm Arrival,
7pm Welcome and Introduction to our Resident Voyant, their role within the Jail, and her work within the realms of the paranormal.
7.30pm Guest Speaker Jason Semmens – with a detailed talk on Witch Hunting in Cornwall.
8.30pm Questions & Answers
9pm Sit-down 3 course meal.
10pm Guest Speaker Brian Sterling – will talk about Hauntings in Cornwall, with special regards to his latest investigations in Polperro and the science behind Paranormal phenomena.
11pm Questions & Answers
12.15am You will be escorted down into the Jail, and receive a short history covering the timeline of the Jail from 1779 to the present day.
1.15am You will take part in a workshop on sensory perception; using the Bubble Bounce Technique and Auras, Progressive Transfiguration Looming, Trance State, Glass & Table, and Ouija Board.
Close, Questions & Answers
Brian Sterling-Vete Ph.D: BBC TV news veteran, TV Broadcaster, Guinness World Record Holder, and author of the highly acclaimed book: Paranormal Investigation: The Black Book of Scientific Ghost Hunting and How to Investigate Paranormal Phenomena.
Brian has had a life-long interest in all aspects of the paranormal, while at the same time primarily thanks to his formal training in exercise science and because of his BBC TV News background, he tries to remain as neutral, balanced, scientific and objective as possible in his approach to all things paranormal.
Brian has participated in over 1000 investigations throughout the United States and in the United Kingdom and is a regular guest on the Dark Matter Digital Radio show about all things paranormal: “More Questions Than Answers” with Adrian Lee.
In 2017, he also accidently became part of what has been hailed by MUFON as “one of the most significant UFO sightings of recent times”.
Jason Semmens: focuses chiefly on beliefs in witchcraft and popular magic from the early modern, to the modern era; particularly at a regional level, as well as how belief in the supernatural world relates to early science.
Originally from West Cornwall, Jason is currently the Director of the Army Medical Services Museum, Ash Vale, Surrey. He is an independent researcher with Master of Arts degrees from the Universities of Exeter and Leicester.
His publications include The Cornish Witch-finder: William Henry Paynter and the Witchery, Ghosts, Charms and Folklore of Cornwall, and Tammy Blee’s Cabalistic Agency: Witchcraft and Popular Magic in History and Interpretation (forthcoming 2016) – along with numerous contributions to journals, including Folklore, Cornish Studies and the Journal for the Academic Study of Magic.
Soup of the day (*wheat free, gluten free bread)
Chicken liver pate with chutney and toasted bread (*gluten free bread)
Cod Fish Cake with lemon butter sauce.
Prawn Cocktail (*gluten free bread)
Roasted breast of chicken with a chorizo sausage & a white wine cream sauce.
Field mushroom stuffed with Welsh rarebit served with a stir fry of vegetables (*gluten free version available)
Fish pie topped with cheesy creamed potato and peas (*wheat free, gluten free)
Sticky toffee pudding
Poached pear with chocolate sauce
Lemon & Lime Cheesecake (*gluten free biscuit)
Chocolate Roulade (*gluten free)
*Food Allergens: We ask that customers advise us at the time of booking of any dietary requirements, or known allergies. All dishes may contain items not mentioned in our menu descriptions: some products may contain bones, nuts etc.