Cleveland Ironstone Museum Saturday 14th December 9pm-2am

£30.00

Iron was first discovered at Skiningrove in 1847, life down the mines was hard, with lives being lost on a regular basis. Indeed, at one point in time there were two explosions in one year with a loss of fifteen lives being recorded.

In those days there was no such thing as risk assessments, the men had to look out for themselves, in fact there were more regulations regarding the welfare of the horses than there was for the men. A dark and dangerous place indeed.

Skinningrove's product has reached out far... to the other side of the world, for the Sydney Harbour bridge was fabricated at Skinningrove, and every arch has Skinningrove stamped upon it.

So you have seen all the paranormal shows on TV. Well now is your chance to become an investigator. We pride ourselves on our scientific research and we are a gadget friendly group although we also 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!!

Saturday 14th December  9pm-2am £30pp
Refreshments included
Over 18s only. Anyone under the influence of drugs or alcohol will be refused. Terms and conditions apply 


Cleveland Ironstone Mining Museum,

Deepdale, 

Skinningdale,

Saltburn-by-the-Sea, 

TS13 4AP