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 Post subject: Re: Bowes Railway Museum - 26th January 2008
PostPosted: Thu Jan 31, 2008 11:45 pm 
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sorry it's took so long for me to post on this topic but what with work and all i've had quite a hectic week, so here goes.

firstly i'd like to thank all the guests, eddie and the ngi members especially jay and his partner in crime (i really must apologize as i cant remember her name ) who's group we were with for the evening.
the first room we entered was the workshop i walked up and down for a while to get a feel for the place and decided to park my backside on a bench down the bottom in an attempt to open up and see what would come forward after about 5 minutes the temperature around me started to drop and i could see movement to my right and i was made aware of quite a slim rough man old in years suffering with breathing problems, it was at that point eddie came and sat next to me and confirmed that this gentleman was indeed moving around to my right and eddie asked me to try and get some more information. i then walked the length of the room looking for where this gentleman would of worked and i was stopped at a bench near the office (i think it's an office just near the corner) it was here i was given the name walter which i wrote on a notepad and gave to heidi 5 minutes later eddie said he was getting the name wal which i was quite pleased with.
the second room we entered was the joinery shop as soon as i entered i wanted to go upstairs which i did and then came straight back down lol coward, downstairs i was given the name michael and and the impression that he was killed somewhere on the railway and his body was brought in and placed near the door whilst waiting for collection jay asked me if i thought he would throw things and i said i thought that he would but not out of malice, more like he is seeking attention as in "look i'm over here".
upstairs was somewhere i really didnt like i didnt feel threatened as such but i felt as if we werent welcome and i felt as if a man was rushing at us from the top corner of the room as if to chase us away
unfortunately i didnt pick up on anything in the last 2 locations blacksmiths and loco shed probably as i was starting to feel a little tired lol.
all in all i really enjoyed the night and i was quite pleased with what i got

steve


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 Post subject: Re: Bowes Railway Museum - 26th January 2008
PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2008 7:38 pm 
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you realy worked well in the first location steve.
from that you possibly drained upon youre enrgys and we also diod the seance .
all in all you should be proud of what you did get i certainly felt you had worked well and also very acurate.

look forward to meeting you and heidi again.

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 Post subject: Re: Bowes Railway Museum - 26th January 2008
PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2008 8:57 pm 
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Hi Sue and Chris many thanks for a brill night at the Bowes Railway.. we have just been looking at the pictures that you have downloaded and noticed that i (Stuart ) was wearing a hat.. problem is i did not have one.... spooky... We will put the picture on of the spooky orange or red object as soon as we have a chance... thanks again for a brill night
:mrgreen: Thanks again jen and stu


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 Post subject: Re: Bowes Railway Museum - 26th January 2008
PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2008 9:10 pm 
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[color=#804080]hi sue and chris,
just to inform you ......the name Tom I kept thinking of and couldnt get out my mind while at Bowes, well...A boy aged 8yrs called Thomas is mentioned in a ghost book./color]WOW :o
And thanks for a great night...hopefully will joi you guys again.

Jen and stu riley


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 Post subject: Re: Bowes Railway Museum - 26th January 2008
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Hi Jen & Stu

LOL did you have a hoody on could it have been that?? -- you got us thinking now, I honestly dont remember seeing any of us with hats or hoods, very strange if you didnt. maybe you put it on in your dash of panic in the blacksmiths room, ha that was so funny -- mind you Id of done the same.. look forward to seeing those pics of yours, very good they are. And good to see you guys here on the forum too.... this name Tom, maybe others got that too, its always best to say what you get there and then just incase, but I know that sometimes its easier said than done. Yeah hope to see you guys again on another investigation :wink:


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Hi Steve,

So glad you enjoyed your night, its good to know you got plenty of confirmation from Eddie too, sounds like you done very well indeed. Hope to see you guys at the Keep, i think you both will enjoy the Keep :wink:


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i am certainly looking forward to the newcastle keep investigation,as long as thats ok with the n g i,gordon said that when he was there with mh that it was a facinating building with a mixture of energys.

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Thats deffo ok with us lot Eddie, your names down on the list :wink:


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you will enjoy it eddie, there is one place i want to try again, but not sure if i would do it on my own,

but the place is great

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i am realy looking forward to it kris,i am sure it will be good.
if there is a place which you are realy interested in then how about me and you go and i will channel the energy for you to work on.could be good

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well were going back guys............ 5th April for more fun!! see the main website for details...............


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yey , just checked my diary and 5th April is free. Im looking forward to going back, i feel theres more to come with that place. 8)

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Nice one Heidi, Look forward to seeing you again -- and yeah hope your right "more to come" :lol:


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last time i was here we had little blocks of wood thrown at us cant wait for the next one on the 5th april see you all there gunna be good seeing every one again

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where about was that danny? in blacksmiths? thats where it all kicked off for us :lol:


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it was were the coffin was in that room and the room above.

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