We began the evening with a walk around the location and decided to begin in the largest of the hangars as on previous investigations it had proved to be the most active.
One group of investigators decided to try table tipping and the table responded immediately with movement. We asked if the spirit was willing to communicate with us on our Ouija Table and the table responded by tipping to the yes sign.
We were given personal messages for 2 investigators who were involved in the Ouija Board session which was a lovely way to start the night. We then moved to the far end of the hangar and communicated with a spirit called Stephen who has communicated with us before in this hangar. He would only communicate when all the male investigators moved away from the area.
The other group of investigators decided to take a walk around the hangar asking out and using K2s, Dictaphones, Digital Thermometers and cameras to try and capture evidence.
A number of investigators saw shadows moving close by and had feelings of being watched. There were significant drops in temperature in particular areas which were checked for draughts but none were found.
We decided to go for a short break as it was a very cold night and hot drinks were needed to warm us through. As we made our way to the shop and seated area a shadow was seen going in to Hangar 1 (Workshop) A photograph was taken after this and a mist appeared on one photograph but had disappeared on the next one.
After the break one group of investigators made their way to the Tram shed while another group wanted to return to the main hangar.The group in the Tram shed were asking out and had a response on the EMF Meter but apart from this very little happened.
The other group of investigators returned to the main hangar and began asking out as we played 1940’s music as we have found that music helps attract spirit and build positive energy.
After a period of asking out we moved to another area of the hangar and began using glass divination . Again we had significant temperature drops around the table and communicated with a pilot who we have communicated with on previous occasions.
We took our Ouija Table to the other side of the hangar where the engine of his plane is situated and we asked if he could show himself to us. Shortly after this 2 investigators who were not part of the Ouija board session saw a figure walk into the hangar and just assumed it was one of the group but everyone was accounted for. After a good table tipping session we decided to take a short break.
After the break we decided to hold a Lone Vigil. An investigator was sat in the street scene area away from the main group with a Night vision camera pointed at them. They were given a Dictaphone, K2 meter and Digital Thermometer and asked to call out for a period of 15 minutes in complete darkness.
The rest of the group were observing the Lone Vigil on a monitor in the main hangar.
The investigator asked a series of questions and asked for things to happen to them, they had a feeling of being watched and heard noises in the corner behind them and saw a shadow pass by them.
After the Lone Vigil one group went to the Tram shed, and felt the Tram vibrating slightly and felt as if they were being watched. One investigator had to be taken away from the area for a break as she felt as if she was going to be sick.
The second group went to investigate the Hangar at the top left of the site.
We had really good table tipping and this hangar has always been active especially when we play music. We then tried a Franks Box session but there were no significant responses.
We decided to try our Ouija Table next and we had Love to P spelt out and then a young girl aged 4 who wanted to find her mother so we helped her with this and then decided at this point to take a short break.
After the break we decided to investigate Hangar 1 (Workshop) Some investigators felt very uneasy in this area and after a period of time we decided to move to another area as investigators felt a heavy unwelcoming atmosphere in there.
For the final part of the evening we returned to the main hangar to conduct a seance. The name Michael was picked up on, he was aged 24 but not connected to the location, and noises were heard close to the table.
It was now time to end the investigation as we had run out of time.
Once again we had a good investigation at the North East Aircraft Museum .
There was activity right from the start with good table tipping, information from our Ouija Table, significant drops in temperature, shadows seen and feelings of being watched. Unfortunately on this occasion we had no EVPs to share with you.
We look forward to returning to one of our favourite locations and continuing our investigations into the Paranormal.