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Madame Tussauds - Blackpool

Madame Tussauds - Blackpool

 

 

Date:  18th November 2017

 

Time:  9pm till 2am

 

Address:

Madame Tussauds

87-89 Promenade,

Blackpool

FY1 5AA

 

Day: Saturday

 

Uk Ghost Hunts Price: £55

 

Deposit: £25 Deposit and £30 to pay on the night



UK Ghost Hunts are incredibly excited to announce the addition of another EXCLUSIVE location to our list of venues for 2016. Join us as we investigate among the lifelike waxworks of some of the biggest stars from across the globe, whose presence can be quite unnerving in the dark!

 

Blackpool is prominent for being one of Britains most popular seaside resorts which attracts millions of people each year to it's Tower, Beach and Pier - but behind it's fun carefree exterior this town is reputed to be the most haunted in England with a history dating back to 1894.

Located next to the famous Blackpool Tower, Madame Tussauds was known formerly as Louis Tussauds. Louis moved to Blackpool in the early 1900's and in 1929 The Louis Tussaud's waxworks museum opened on the central promenade which is where it is still situated today. After the exchange in 2010 to Madame Tussauds, much of Louis' work is now stored within the basement of the building below creating a gateway for paranormal activity within this historic Victorian building.

Louis Tussaud was the Great-grandson of Marie Tussaud who was the creator of the Madame Tussauds wax museums. In his earlier years, He worked along side his great grand mother as a wax figure sculpter in London but left after his brother was made chief artist and manager of the museum. With a family dispute, in the early 1900's Louis began to set up his own chain of museums all over the world, though the first official museum was founded in Blackpool.

The spirit of Louis himself is said to reside at this magnificent location - Much of Louis work was described as 'The worst wax figures in history, looking nothing like the people they were supposed to represent' and after the exchange to Madame Tussauds in 2010 a much more sinister presence made itself known. Many believe this to be the angered spirit of Louis, his lifetimes work once again inferior to his great grandmother. On many occasions the staff of Madame Tussauds have reported doors slamming behind them, loud banging and even finding that after locking up the building and returning in the morning that certain wax models held within the building had been defaced with no plausible explanation.

This location is also a haven for trigger objects. As well as the many former display wax models of Louis' creation that reside in the basement, the majority of the figures now currently on display are wearing original items of clothing of the celebrities / historical figures they represent.

The Two Ronnies figures are reputed to be drawing in an attachment, allowing their spirits to communicate. On a paranormal investigation with the Uk Ghost Hunts Team, The Ovilus had been set up and we began to receive words such as 'wife' - 'love' and 'shoes' - It soon came to light after speaking with the manager of Madame Tussads, that the previous day, Ronnie Corbetts wife had visited the museum and had brought a pair of his favourite shoes for them to display on his figure. Could this have been a message from the other side?

The staff at the Blackpool location have also reported varying unexplained activity, alarms going off in the middle of the night with no sign of entry, movement or fault in the system. One member of staff came in to find a black feather lying just inside the entrance to the museum when� there had been no sign of a bird getting into the building, some believe the finding of a black feather is an omen of negative energy, endings or death, �who knows?

Madame Tussaud's is a beacon for paranormal activity which never fails to disappoint and now you can join us on a paranormal investigation at this iconic location.

This location will sell quickly so please do not hesitate to book!



Price UK Ghost Hunts Price Quantity Ticket Type  
£61.11 £55.00