Do you dare sleep over? Paranormal investigators to investigate RAF Binbrook

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Strange voices and a former pilot waiting in a theatre are just some of the spooky goings on reported at a Lincolnshire air base.

And those looking to investigate the paranormal are being given the opportunity to do so next month.

RAF Binbrook, near Market Rasen, was a station used by Bomber Command in the Second World War. It was opened in June 1940 and operated until 1942.

 

 

It then reopened in 1943, after three runways had been built, as the home of the no 460 squadron of the Royal Australian Air Force.

Spirits from the past are reported to walk the corridors – as well as the pilot standing in the theatre which disappears quickly.

Objects have also been known to disappear and reappear days later.

Unusual voices have also been heard throughout the buildings.

Ghostly shadows could be seen at RAF Binbrook
Ghostly shadows could be seen at RAF Binbrook
(Image: Getty/AlexLinch)

Our colleagues at Grimsby Live have previously investigated the building looking for paranormal experiences and were shown around the terrifying abandoned west wing where there was ‘upturned furniture and a dank air about the place’.

They witnessed a seance where spirits were apparently ‘pushing’ guests in response to ‘yes’ and ‘no’ questions.

Grimsby Live also spoke to Brookenby Parish Clerk, Sam Coulan, who works in the building.

 

She said she finds it a disturbing place after dark.

She said: “We just have strange things happening after we have these events. Hot water urns will stop working, the CCTV will go funny. Certain areas just feel eerie, but other areas are absolutely fine.

“I have an office upstairs but I won’t use it, I work from home.”

Glass reading at RAF Binbrook
Glass reading at RAF Binbrook

Despite this, people will also be given the opportunity to sleep over at the location.

Participants will also be able to take part in seances and use ouija boards.

Spirit communication will also be used with the latest ghost hunting equipment.

 

Do you dare stay over?

Stuart and Rosey Dawson who run Simply Ghost Nights, are organising the event.

Tickets cost £39 per person for those who want to stay over at the event, but people can also just take part in the investigation for £29.

RAF Binbrook
RAF Binbrook

Refreshments will be included but no other food.

Guests staying over will also need to bring their own food and pillows.

For more information and to book tickets visit simplyghostnights.co.uk/events/

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