A night at the museum unearths spooky Royston secrets
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A group of daredevils with a keen interest in the occult carried out a paranormal investigation of Royston Museum on Saturday, led by the town’s very own ghost hunter Damien O’Dell.
It was a case of lights off and EMF meter on as the team, joined by Crow reporter Rebecca Day, used a host of techniques to communicate with the ghosts and ghouls until the early hours of Sunday morning.
Descending into the cellar, ‘Psychic Dave’ Griffiths told the story of a young lady who died in the room, prompting one member of the group, Donna Fiddeman, to come over in a dizzy sweat.
She said: “My heart was pounding.
“The experience has been amazing, I’m already signed up to the next investigation.”
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Dave then brought out the pendulum to ask questions to the shy spirit known as Maria, then members of the group investigated the exhibition rooms using dowsing rods before a seance was carried out in the main museum hall.
Guest Tom Ivinson said: “The evening was really interesting and very different - not a typical Saturday night.
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“It was great to speak to Psychic Dave and find out more about the work that he does and the experiences he has had. I’d definitely do it again.”