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This beautiful 'B' listed building will be your chance to investigate to see what resides here. When the town's commissioners bought the land for the town hall and park in the 1890s, the town's prosperity was on the rise. By its completion, the story was not so encouraging. Plans were approved however by the Dean of Guild Court on 14 October 1902. The total cost was made up of £5,000 from Andrew Carnegie for the library, £6,000 borrowed by the council and £1,000 from the Common Good Fund. The stone came from the town's Maidenpark Quarry. Work commenced immediately and was completed on time by 31 March 1904 in time for the opening as part of the Fair Day celebrations in July.

Dare you join us in this amazing location? So you have seen all the paranormal shows on TV. Well now is your chance to become an investigator. We pride ourselves on our small group policy of having 12-15 guests on events. We like to use old school original methods of contacting spirits which include Ouija boards, table tipping and human pendulum. Although we do enjoy our gadgets, we are big believers that the best tool for the night is yourself. Open up all your senses. Nothing is faked and we can't make the spirits perform– what you see is what you get! A real, paranormal investigation. What will you uncover when the lights go out? Only the brave will dare!!

Includes refreshments

Bo’ness Town Hall,
Glebe Park,
Stewart Avenue,
EH51 9NJ
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