You can sleep in a bodybag and go on your own ghost hunt in haunted museum

Do you love all things ghosts and ghouls? If the answer is yes, then you're in luck…

The Haunted Museum and Spirit Shop Stoke is a perfect place for someone who loves all things paranormal.

It has been set up by a team behind the popular Ghost Hunters and will open later this month on August 28.

The paranormal investigators have taken on a 200-year-old building to give you the chance to experience your own ghost hunt.

They're offering guided tours, tarot card readings, a seance and spirit board sessions, as well as haunted sleepovers.

Oh and you'll get to sleep in a bodybag too…

Business owners and ghost hunters Craig Longson and Jason Dean wanted to create a place for fans, reports Stoke-on-Trent Live.

Craig said: "I've always wanted to open something like this.

"I've collected items over the years but during the lockdown it went a bit crazy, so it's nice to have a place to store everything.

"We took on the building five weeks ago, and a lot of hard work has gone into turning it into what you see now.

"We want to give people the wow factor.

"We've got the most advanced equipment from across the world, so we can give people the ultimate experience, all under one roof."

Lead investigator Justine Farley added: "With the space that we've got, we've got the opportunity to change things up quite regularly, if we want to.

"How you see things today might not be how they are in six months time.

"As we get new artefacts, we can move things around and add new things. Our team have also got such unique ideas so we can keep things fresh."

The Haunted Museum team want to bring people all over the world to the Potteries.

But the venue is strictly for over 18s only.

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Craig continued: "We've had an amazing response from people on social media, from all over the world.

"We've got followers in the UK, but also in places such as South Africa, New Zealand and Australia.

"They follow our live feeds, and some of them have even said they'll be travelling over when we open, which is just amazing. You can't ask for more than that.

"We've been in the industry now for so long, so we wanted to do something that could really mark the city of Stoke-on-Trent as a notable place in the paranormal industry.

"We believe that there are the spirits of two children in the building, so we put out rocking horses as trigger objects, because if there are children's spirits here, they may want to play, so we have all of these toys."

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