This is a once in a lifetime chance to attend a paranormal evening and Victorian Seance at the eerie Carnegie Hall. For the 1st time in 80 years Carnegie Hall will hold a Seance in the Victorian original Library room. A room which has been left more or less left untouched since the late 1930s and has had more documented reports of violent poltergeist and unsettling ghost activity than any other room in the entire complex. The evening will feature a lights out tour of the creepy venue, a lecture on the paranormal with experiments, a hands on experience with the infamous "Ouija" board and a lights out, electricity off "Dark" poltergeist session. The Seance has not even been advertised fully as being on sale yet and is almost sold out with people attending from as far afield as England and some interested in flying from abroad to attend a seance in such an iconic haunted location. This is a very disturbing evening and not intended for those not fully aware of its capabilities. The Carnegie Hall complex is one of Scotland's most haunted locations with at least 3 recorded deaths on the premises and various fires. The library room is not generally open to public events due to reports of feeling uneasy, feeling watched, people having hair pulled and violent poltergeist activity. The room is generally locked off from public view.
This is not a family event and as a general guide is not advisable for those under the age of 18, NO pregnant women, NO persons of a nervous disposition and NO persons with heart conditions should attend these experiences. Guests come at their own risk and must sign a disclaimer.
Dress code smart casual
NO persons under 18.
NO persons with Heart Conditions.
NO persons of a Nervous Disposition
NO Pregnant Women