For anyone interested in the supernatural, Bodmin Jail’s Paranormal Conference on Saturday 10th November is surely a ‘must’.

Those attending will be treated to a three-course meal and talks from expert guest speakers, before joining the paranormal team and resident voyant for an exploration of the spirit world, visiting the depths of the jail at night and taking part in a workshop on sensory perception.

The guest speakers for the event include BBC TV news veteran and TV broadcaster, Dr Brian Sterling-Vete, who will be speaking about hauntings in Cornwall – focussing on his latest investigation in Polperro and the science behind paranormal phenomena. Jason Semmens, Director of the Army Medical Services Museum in Surrey, will also be speaking about witch hunting in Cornwall.

“We’re really excited to be holding the conference as it’s a great opportunity for people to hear from experts on the subject and to experience first-hand the techniques used by the paranormal team to explore the supernatural,” said Laura Harwood, Events Manager. “The event kicks off with an introduction from Kirsten Honey, our medium, before sitting down to a delicious three-course meal and speeches from our guest speakers. From there, it’s down to the cells from which we’ll be released at 3am.”

The Paranormal Conference starts at 6.30pm and ends at 3am. Tickets cost £90 per person.

For more information and to book, please visit the website or call 01208 76292.