Date(s) - 28/10/2023 - 29/10/2023
10:00 pm - 8:00 am
28th October 2023
22:00 – 08:00
Deposit £25 (Remaining £30 to be paid before 2nd October 2023)
Over 18 Only Please
Jedburgh Jail is a foreboding and creepy place during the day but at night this venue becomes a sinister place that echoes the signs of its violent past. With a heavy and oppressive atmosphere, many have fled investigations on a night or refused to go into certain places. The jail has seen much torture and violence so it is no surprise that the energy still lingers here. Apparitions and dark shadows have been seen and cell doors have slammed shut of their own accord. Flashes of light are regularly seen and cold spots, breezes and blasts of air are felt when they could be no other explanation.
NOT for the faint of heart or easily scared!
Would you be brave enough to join us ?
History of Jedburgh Jail
This Georgian prison was considered one of the most modern in its time. Three prison blocks show life of the period. Look inside individual cells, and experience what an 1820s prison was like.
The Jail was built in 1823 on the site of Jedburgh’s medieval castle, which was destroyed in 1409. The new jail was designed by Archibald Elliot as a Howard Reform prison, a result of agitation by social advocate John Howard. It may look like a medieval castle on the outside, but inside is a different story.
When it was built the Jedburgh prison was considered a model for other gaols. The jail closed in 1868, but almost a century later it was restored and opened to the public as a museum.
An organised investigation, that is led by an investigator, will take place from 22:00 – 03:00. After 03:00 investigators are no longer expected to lead the event and this will time for you to either sleep or carry on the investigation alone. An investigator will be onsite to supervise throughout the whole investigation. You are welcome to use the equipment provided throughout the night.
Guests will be asked to bring their own camp beds, sleeping bags and blankets, Jedburgh Jail can get exceptionally cold and you will need to wrap up warm and come prepared. Guests will be sleeping in the cell blocks of the jail throughout the night.
What to Expect from a night with Kindred Spirit Investigations
• Our professional team will lead you through a night of investigation using traditional and up to date techniques of investigation using a range of tools / equipment to evidence the paranormal.
• We have intimate groups that promote more intense paranormal activity and allow you to experience a wider range of phenomenon.
• A wide range of the latest equipment and gadgets for your use throughout the night as seen on all the leading programs. Our experienced team will explain how the equipment works, what it measures and then it is up to you to try it out!
• All investigations are tailored to meet the needs and interests of the guests so if you would like to try something out that you have seen before such as a lone vigil, experimental technique or simply that you want to try a particular technique, simply inform one of our investigators that will ensure that is incorporated into the night!
• Additionally, we provide a light buffet but feel free to bring your own food if you would like or if you have specific dietary needs and requirements.
Health and Safety
Although we attempt to cater for everyone in the community, at times and due to the nature of the properties that we investigate, some of the events and locations are not suitable for those with walking / mobility difficulties, pregnant ladies or those with mental health conditions. As every venue is different, please message the page for more information.
It is advised that you always use a torch during the investigation and warm layered clothing and suitable, comfortable shoes such as trainers or pumps that will be good for stepping on uneven surfaces.
• Over 18 only and any one under the influence of alcohol, drugs or faking activity will be asked to leave and will not be entitled to a refund.
Before booking please read our terms and conditions on our website as you will be bound to these upon booking. Please note that Kindred Spirit Investigations will not take any responsibility to personal injury before, during or after the investigation and persons booking and attending do so entirely at their own risk.
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