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Britannia Panopticon Music Hall

and Guest Mediums 

Saturday 4th March 10pm-2am


Join us at the world's oldest surviving music hall for a night of investigating and readings from our guest mediums. As a nod to the Victorian spiritualist's that were popular among the "Speciality Act's" of the music hall, our guest mediums will be taking to the stage to hopefully pass on any messages from beyond the veil. Once the demonstration of mediumship has concluded, our gest mediums will be with us for the remainder of the night to participate in our investigation. Converted from warehouse to music hall in 1857, the Britannia still stands with its original features intact, including reports of some of its original performers and rowdy audience members! This is a rare opportunity and Unlocked Paranormal are privileged to be granted access to such an important part of Glasgow's past. Please join us in investigating this historical gem, and maybe you will be lucky enough to encounter its residents!  



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Inveraray Jail  

Saturday 29th April 8:30pm-1:00am


Inveraray Jail is our second event for 2023. A well-known location for its paranormal activity, this jail is sure not to disappoint! The Jail and Courthouse were completed in 1820, the original prison block contained eight cells for Men, Women, Children and those at the time who were deemed "insane".  By 1848 a New Prison was completed comprising of twelve cells over three floors with much better conditions. Inverary Jail is one of the larger venues we investigate, covering the two cell blocks and courthouse. With reports of shadow entities, loud footsteps, disembodied voices and other creepy unexplained phenomena, why not come along and help us investigate this vast and intriguing location.   


Ticket Price £35 per person.

Limited numbers available. 


The Hill House  

Saturday 3rd June 8:00pm-2:00am


In Helensburgh there can be found a building known as The Hill House. This masterpiece was dreamed up by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his wife Margaret Macdonald. They designed nearly everything you see at the house today, from the architecture to the wallpaper! Left with the original interiors, entering The Hill House is like stepping back to the early 1900's. With such a beautiful building, it's no wonder the original occupants still choose to stick around! Visitors have previously reported strange sounds, smells, light anomalies and full bodied apparitions. Whether you want to investigate the paranormal or just experience the atmosphere of a house frozen in time, then come join the team at the stunning Hill House. We look forward to seeing you.    


Ticket Price £35 per person.

Limited numbers available. 


Jedburgh Castle Jail

Sat 5th August 08:30pm-2am

Built in the 1820's on the site of the Burgh's medieval castle, Jedburgh Jail and the land it's built on is steeped in history. The original 12th century castle was demolished in the 1400's to prevent it being used as fortifications by the English. The site was then used for executions and the gallows were constructed there. By the 1820's the last remnants of the old castle were removed and the prison we know today was built. Paranormal activity in the area has been reported dating as far back as 1249, when in the original castle Alexander III witnessed a spirit who warned of his death. In more modern times there have been reports of poltergeist activity, shadow figures, disembodied voices and unexplained images caught on camera. This is a venue that will be thrilling to investigate and is sure to leave a chill down your spine. Come and join us while we investigate, we would definitely welcome the company at this legendary active location!

Ticket Price £35 per person.

Limited numbers available. 







Provan Hall   

Saturday 21st October 9:30pm-3:00am


Provan Hall situated in Easterhouse; Glasgow is one of the towns oldest known structures. It is best described as a fortified medieval country house, dating back to the1460's and is considered to be an example of one of Scotland's best-preserved buildings from the period. The building itself is actually two houses separated by a courtyard, notable residents have included King James V and Mary Queen of Scots. A building as old as Provan Hall is unsurprisingly going to have some unexplained goings on, previous activity includes faces at windows, full body apparitions, disembodied voices and people being touched. A fantastic venue, not to be missed, get your tickets now and you might be lucky enough to bump into the famous Queen of Scots! 


Ticket Price £35 per person.

Limited numbers available. 

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