Royal Hippodrome Ghost Hunt February 9th 2019

February 9th 2019

The Royal Hippodrome Ghost Hunt February 9th 2019
Mysterious footsteps coming from the stage, A black mass in the stalls, Doors which open and close as somebody unseen walks though and the piano music caught on a recording while no pianos were being played are just some of the ghostly accounts of this spectacular victorian theatre.
The Royal Hippodrome Theatre opened on Thursday 2 August 1883. At the time Eastbourne was emerging as a highly fashionable destination, encouraged by regular visits from the Prince of Wales.Its original name “Theatre Royal and Opera House” survived for about 20 years but from around 1904 it became The Royal Hippodrome Theatre. The reason for the name change is unclear, but it seems to mirror a change in style and use.
We will be in search of conformation of the ghosts that haunt The Royal Hippodrome. In small teams the mission will be to collect evidence using traditional methods such as séance, glass moving etc right up to the latest ghost equipment using infrared, electro magnetics and so on. No experiment is compulsory as we do our best to identify who the ghosts of The Royal Hippodrome are and why they haunt this location.

Best evidence

Here we have a couple of videos from from our visits from 2014 through to 2016. The shadow one is something which was caught by one of the teams cameras and not realised at the time, the video is in pause mode and i scrum through the frames so better display the show in question. The second video is various sound anomalies we have captured there.

What previous visitors say

We were not collecting guest feedback when we visited here last, however we will be on our next visits and look forward to adding some after the event.

T Brown

We were not collecting guest feedback when we visited here last, however we will be on our next visits and look forward to adding some after the event.

T Brown

Location

Royal Hippodrome Eastbourne

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