Tickets On Sale For The 2022 ParaMeet Hosted By The Haunted Antiques Paranormal Research Centre

April 13, 2022 1:00 AM ‐ Paranormal

Tickets have gone on sale for the 2022 ParaMeet taking place this September at Bosworth Hall, hosted by the Haunted Antiques Paranormal Research Centre.

Haunted Antiques Paranormal Research Centre ParaMeet
It's what we all need right now, a chance to come together to have some laughs and good times with some likeminded people, plus a bit of ghost hunting of course.

Neil Packer and the team at the Haunted Antiques Paranormal Research Centre (HAPRC) in Leicestershire have announced their first annual ParaMeet, which they hope will promote a new sense of unity within the British paranormal community.

The event kicks off on Friday, September 23 and will see a range of activities take place of three days at the the centre itself in Hinckley, and at the allegedly haunted Bosworth Hall Hotel just a few miles down the road.

The aim of the event is to give the whole paranormal field a chance to come together, from members of the public to paranormal events companies, plus groups of investigators, YouTubers, podcasters and anyone else with a fascination with things that go bump in the night.

The event will see a number of guests and speakers come together from all over the UK, starting on the Friday evening with paranormal historian and author, Penny Griffiths-Morgan who will be talking about the haunted history of workhouses at the Haunted Antiques Paranormal Research Centre on Regent Street. The talk will be followed by a ghost hunt at the centre until 1am.

A day pass to the main event costs just £5 and will get you access to Bosworth Hall on Saturday, September 24 from 9am until 8pm. There will be talks taking place throughout the day, a chance to meet prominent members of the paranormal community, and grab some merchandise. Saturday will end with a paranormal investigation back at HAPRC from 9pm until 2am.

Speakers include the centre's own Neil and his co-host Jane Rowley, paranormal historian Richard Felix, Haunted Happening's Hazel Ford, Kate Ray, historian Neil Storey, Kate Cherrell, Dylan Jones, Diane Pate and Paul Goddard.

The fun continues on Sunday when the research centre will give those interested another chance to hunt ghost amongst their collection of haunted antiques and oddities. The four-hour-long daytime ghost hunt will begin at 2pm with tickets available at a cost of £20 per person.

On Sunday evening from 10pm, HAPRC are offering you the chance to be a part of a séance that will be streamed live online. The team hope the two-hour-long vigil will beat the world record to become the most watched online séance of all time, which would be a fitting end to the weekend.

If you want to make the most of the weekend and stay close at hand, HARPC have obtained an exclusive discount at Bosworth Hall Hotel on the Friday and Saturday night. You can book a discounted bedroom through the HAPRC website at a cost of £65 for a single or £80 for a double or twin room.

Tickets are on sale now. There's full details on times, locations and ticket prices below.

Tickets & Prices

Tickets are available from the HAPRC website,
Event Date Location Cost
Haunted Workhouses Talk & Ghost Hunt Fri, September 23 (7pm-1am) HAPRC £30
ParaMeet Day Pass Sat, September 24 (9am-8pm) Bosworth Hall £5
ParaMeet Team Pass Sat, September 24 (9pm-8am) Bosworth Hall £25
Ghost Hunt Sat, September 24 (9pm-2am) HAPRC £25
Afternoon Ghost Hunt Sun, September 25 (2pm-6pm) HAPRC £20
Séance Sun, September 25 (8-10pm) HAPRC £20
Team tickets are also available for the Saturday at Bosworth Hall at a cost of £25. This allows teams of up to three people to come along and promote themselves or sell merchandise on a table in the hall. This option is also available on the HAPRC website.

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