Rotherham pubs invited to have a haunting experience

By Antony Clay | 15/09/2017

Rotherham pubs invited to have a haunting experience

PARANORMAL investigators are hunting a pub owner looking to boost the spirits they have on offer.

Project-reveal, which hit the headlines recently when it bought a supposedly haunted doll called Christine, wants to put its paranormal museum of weird objects on show to the public and needs a venue.

Lee Steer is keen to find a pub which would offer its function room for the unusual public event.

The collection includes dolls and a teddy supposedly inhabited by spirits, an Ouija board possessed by a witch, a haunted table and mirror, as well as pictures which are said to cause fires and strokes.

Lee said: “We do want to do a public event where everything is on show and we talk about every item and what we do.

“But the bridal doll Christine would be the main thing in the show.

“I do want to find somewhere in Rotherham because that’s where we’re based.”

Lee admitted that it could be “potentially dangerous”.

He said the group wants to put the items on show to see “if anything happens” when the public interact with them.

He said that since the recent publicity about Christine, there has been enormous interest online about Project-reveal’s work, the majority of responses being positive.

He said: “A lot of people don’t believe it but are respectful.”

Anyone willing to help out can contact antony.clay@rotherhamadvertiser and details will be passed on.

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