Chance to join ghost hunt at historic site

Paul Isaac, founder of Paranormal Supernatural Investigations.
Paul Isaac, founder of Paranormal Supernatural Investigations.

A ghost hunt is to be held at an historic site in Skegness ... and members of the public are invited to join in with the search.

Paranormal Supernatural Investigations is coming to The Village Church Farm, in Church Road South, on Friday, November 13, on the look out for other-worldly goings-on.

And for those who ain’t afraid of no ghost, there is a chance to join the group on the night.

Founder Paul Isaac spoke about what people can expect.

He said: “Even though members of our team (myself included) class ourselves as mediums, we approach every location as a sceptic.

“We would never promise guests that they will see anything paranormal on an event - ghosts and such like have never been proven scientifically. We do, however, promise a genuine investigation and we often get good positive results. We encourage guests to get involved as much or as little as they would like.”

The team uses such tools and techniques as ouija boards and mirror scrying.

“We have proper training in using these and are keen to dispel most of the myths surrounding them,” said Paul.

The group was inspired to conduct the ghost hunt after seeing TV’s Most Haunted was to visit the site next year and also after sensing a supernatural vibe during a visit there themselves.

Sue Shelford, site manager, said the site was becoming ‘very popular’ for people interested in the paranormal.

And of potential paranormal activity there, she added: “I try to switch off, because there are things.”

The team aim to start the event at 8pm, so guests should arrive no later than 7.45pm.

It costs £30, which includes a soup supper, with half of the funds raised going towards the venue. People can book online via the team’s website,, or can buy tickets from The Village Church Farm