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Alton Towers will be the subject of a Paranormal Investigation being led by Potteries Paranormal Investigation team.

By Cheadle Post and Times  |  Posted: April 23, 2014

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ARE you fascinated by things that go bump in the night?

If so, you may be interested in taking part in a Paranormal Investigation which is taking place at Alton Towers on Saturday, April 26.

The event, led by the Potteries Paranormal Investigation team, will take place in the ruins of Alton Towers from 8pm until 1.30am.

It is being led by Denholm Siegertsz, who first held a Paranormal Investigation at Alton Towers four years ago.

He said: "We have never failed to get some sort of paranormal activity whenever we have visited Alton Towers.

"People experienced things such as doors slamming on their own, dogs barking, screeches, eyes at the window, and being touched.

"We will start in the old chapel where I will give a brief history about the Talbot family and legends surrounding Alton Towers, then we will divide into two groups.

"The investigation will being at around 9.15pm until 1.30pm, with a break in between.

"We will hold seances and Ouija boards, all of course under careful guidance, and no-one is forced to take part in anything they are uncomfortable with.

"This is not an event for anyone who is pregnant, epileptic, or has a nervous disposition.

"Nothing will be set up, except for motion sensors and cameras, so whatever happens, happens.

"I will be using recording equipment, although participants are welcome to use their own."

If you would like to take part in the Paranormal Investigation at Alton Towers you must be aged over 18.

For more information, or for tickets priced £45, visit www.ppistoke.co.uk, search for Potteries Paranormal Investigation on Facebook, or call 01782 510324.

Post & Times reporter Abbey Buxton will be attending the event, see next week's Post & Times for her report.

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