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Thursday, 27 November 2014

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Volunteers wanted for 'spooky' vigil in Cumbria

Paranormal investigators are looking for two Cumbrians to join them in an all-night vigil as they hunt for evidence of spooky happenings.

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The 3rd Eye Paranormal Investigations group hopes to make a TV programme of the event, comparing the reactions of a sceptic and a believer in the afterlife.

The group, based in Cheshire, got in touch after reading about the strange goings on at The Wolfe Pub in Penrith and the neighbouring Thomas Cook building.

Francis Humphries, from 3rd Eye, has asked for nominations of people who might like to take part.

People can either nominate themselves or another person and all must be prepared to spend the night at an allegedly haunted location at an undisclosed location in Cumbria.

Francis, who works as a security guard, said: “We don’t want to scare the living daylights out of anybody but we want to get two people – one a believe and one a sceptic – to join an investigation.

“We’ll be taking monitoring equipment along and making a programme about the way people react.

“We want to hear from people with a little background about themselves, explaining why they are a believer or why they are sceptical.

“We’ll chose the people we want to have on the investigation on a day between October 5 and October 10, then we’ll be in touch with them.”

Anybody who is interested can contact the group via its email address, which is 3rdeyeinvestigations@live.co.uk

The group also has a website which is currently under construction and can be found at 3rdeyeparanormalinvestigations.co.uk

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