☆☆PARANORMAL VIGIL ☆☆
HELMSHORE TEXTILE MILLS
SATURDAY 1ST JUNE
9PM TILL 2AM
TICKET PRICE £39.99
NO UNDER 18s
THIS IS A PRESTIGE LOCATION.
Some information about Helmshore mill
Helmshore Mills are two mills built on the River Ogden in Helmshore, Lancashire. Higher Mill was built in 1796 for William Turner, and Whitaker's Mill was built in the 1820s by the Turner family.In their early life they alternated between working wool and cotton. By 1920 they were working shoddy as condensor mule mills; and equipment has been preserved and is still used. The mills closed in 1967 and they were taken over by the Higher Mills Trust, whose trustees included historian and author Chris Aspin and politician Dr Rhodes Boyson, who maintained it as a museum. The mills are said to the most original and best-preserved examples of both cotton spinning and woollen fulling left in the country that are still operational.
The sounds of the machines working,the banging on the floor, and footsteps of people moving around,apparition of a women being seen in the cinema area ,and the strange cold spots.lots of reports of shadows moving around up on the 1st floor.
ON OUR LAST VISIT LOUD BANGS HEARD ON THE 1ST FLOOR AND ALSO A FIRE DOOR OPENING THEN CLOSING WHEN NOBODY WAS AROUND.
THIS MILL HAS LOTS OF CREEPY AREAS TO INVESTIGATE.
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