Woodford Academy Paranormal Tour 8th of JULY 2017

Join us for a night of mystery, history and exploration at Historic Woodford Academy in the Blue Mountains. Described as one of Australia's Most Huanted sites, "you be the judge".

Built in 1834 during the convict era, the property has undergone many transformations and been used for varied purposes including as a highway inn, police post, private residence, guesthouse, sanatorium and a school.

The building is now in the care of the National Trust and looked after by volunteers.

However, after absorbing myriad emotions, from wretched pain to sparkling elation and everything else in between, the sandstone seeps paranormal activity.

The grisly mood for your dead-of-night ghost hunt at the oldest surviving colonial building in the Blue Mountains will be set with bloodcurdling stories of ghosts, murder, mishap and mystery.

Ghost hunting equipment will boost your already heightened senses as you tune in to phantom whispers at each building, including several not open to the public.

Any spooky shenanigans will be detected by the ghost hunting equipment supplied on the night: EMF meters, Ovillus 111, full spectrum video, night vision video, Talker 11 and Patrick Boo Buddy Bear OR bring your own handheld equipment.

Your host Pete Clifford, John Dixon & Jacob Booth have extensive knowledge of paranormal activity in The Venue, they will also add another eerie dimension to your supernatural soiree when they conducts experiments. Creepy!

TO BOOK YOUR SPOT CALL PETE OR GLENNE: 0247 512 622 OR 0418 416 403

DATE: Saturday 8th July 2017

COST: $85 adults, 16 and older

AVAILABILITY: Quarterly or on demand, minimum numbers apply.

START TIME: 6 pm to 10 pm. Or customise a time that suits your private group.

LENGTH OF TOUR: 4 hours

MINIMUM NUMBER OF PEOPLE: 10.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • 1830s Historic colonial buildings
  • Servants kitchen
  • The attic
  • The ghost of 20 Mile Hollow "the Lady in White"
  • Fairfax Room
  • School Room
  • Tap Room

PRICE INCLUDES:

  • National Trust contribution
  • Light snack and drink
  • Museum entry
  • Blue Mountains City Council site fees
  • Use of Ghost Hunting Equipment

MEETING POINT

90 great Western Highway Woodford, NSW.

WHAT TO BRING

All tours require:

  • Medications if required
  • Sturdy footwear (no thongs, high heels or sandals)
  • Warm clothes
  • Insect repellent
  • Umbrella
  • Camera
  • Ghost Tours require a torch for each person ($5 hire)

Servent's KitchenIMPORTANT INFORMATION

  • Arrive 15 minutes prior to start time
  • Book early for Friday & Saturday to avoid disappointment.
  • Private groups bookings available conditions apply.