This is pretty much the craziest thing we’ve come across in recent times, but it sounds SO COOL. We’re all over it like white on rice. Move over Ghostbusters, this is the REAL DEAL.
So there’s a thing – paranormal lock ins – where you get LOCKED IN to a place known for paranormal activity. Sounds like a horror movie brought to life right? Well people actually do this for fun – and there are experts to help out!
The guys from Ghost Crime Tours Adelaide in conjunction with Spirited SA are hosting the next paranormal lock in at the famous City of Adelaide Clipper Ship in Port Adelaide. You’ll have 3 1/2 hours to actually get to know the ruins of this historic vessel which was built in 1864, while investigating what’s known as the most haunted clipper ship in Australia!
You’ll be provided with professional paranormal detection equipment to use (yes this really exists) along with training and supervision from experiences paranormal investigators.
This lock in includes exclusive access to the below deck of the ship, not available on day tours or to members of the public. You’ll also be guided by experienced paranormal investigators around the ships most spooky locations.
This very special lock in also includes a 40min history tour with one of the ship’s extremely knowledgeable guides as they tell you all about its fascinating past.
Home to several spirits, this clipper ship is responsible for over 250,000 descendants of the first setters in South Australia.
Once a hospital ship, she has many deaths recorded on her 23 return voyages to Port Adelaide.
You will be provided with all the paranormal equipment including K2 meters to detect evidence of the paranormal.
Paranormal groups are more than welcome to book, and for those who have their own equipment, then this would be a great opportunity to clock up some unique investigating hours!
Tickets are $60 for May 20th. Get in early and book today as there’s only 16 spots and they’ll fill fast!
Bookings can be made by emailing [email protected]
UPDATE: May 20th is booked out but new dates have been added for the 26th & 27th of May.