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PostPosted: Tue Oct 24, 2006 1:09 pm 
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Otherworld North East is one of the north-east's most respected paranormal (specifically ghostly) investigation teams, established in August 2003. We specialise in investigating the region's haunted heritage, and have undertaken site assessments and projects for the likes of the National Trust and the North Pennines Heritage Trust.

The full team public profile can be read here:
http://www.otherworldne.org.uk/profile.html

The team website can be viewed here:
http://www.otherworldne.org.uk

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 24, 2006 1:24 pm 
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Have you investigated any National Trust buildings? We would love to, but they dont seem to like paranormal groups much.

HAHAHAHA I dont blame them like, we are all a bit cuckoo, especially our group and especially Andrea. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 24, 2006 11:58 pm 
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Hallo Mike, yeah we've investigated for the National Trust. Mind you, I think the only reason we were allowed to was the fact I'm a working archaeologist as well as the fact that I agreed to do a lunchtime talk for them, and publish the investigation in an upcoming local history book.

On the whole though, the NT tend not to allow invos in their properties: they've had their fingers burned in the past by thrill seeking idiot groups who don't respect historical buildings or privacy laws!

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Yeah the dust chasing most haunted fanatics have certainly screwed things up for the rest of us.


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I saw that Mike.......lol
Hiya Tony :)

Yeah i think its a shame that some teams/Groups spoil it for everyone else! But then again paying


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Eh? Saw what?

BTW Tynemouth is owned by English Heritage.


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The only scarey thing about Tynemouth Priory, is the dummy of a monk that stands in the shop ! :lol:

The Bay Hotel, which was situated on the seafront in Cullerocats ( now a block of modern apartments :( ), was much more spooky. I have stayed there many, many times, and that was a strange old hotel, supposedly haunted by a number of different spirits.

Shame that I now have to stay down the road in Whitley Bay, as The Bay Hotel was quite active.

Monks Haven, also in Cullercoats, is also supposedly haunted. It is now a Nursing Home ( on the seafront ).

I am not dissing Tynemouth Priory, I just think that there are more active places like St Mary's Lighthouse or Monks Haven, nearby, to visit.

I used to be in a childrens home, and we used to stay at Monks Haven when it was a retreat for Methodist holiday makers in the 1980's ( it's where Durham County Council used to send us ), and a few of the kids that were in care with me, stated that they seen ghosts in the bedrooms that they slept in. For the record, I am not a Methodist ! It's where we had our holidays in the summer.

Cullercoats is like a second home to me. :D

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is the bay hotel still open then,if so might give it a ring :wink:


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