This building was originally opened in the early 1900s as one of the first purpose built Fire Stations in the UK , during its later years became a Police Station, equipped with its own cells and telephone exchange. The Cellars and Cells were used as air raid shelters during WWII. The building then fell into a state of disrepair, taken over by volunteers it was turned into the emergency services museum.
Sheffield Fire and Police Museum has so many spirits, some good and some not so good one of them is to which include a young pick pocket in the fire station, in the police station and cells an angry male spirit has been encountered on numerous occasions in particularly ladies who enter the end cell. On Previous investigations here many guests and team encountered a male dark shadow walking extremely quickly towards them this was in the corridor that runs alongside the old Victorian cells. Dare you spend the night in the end cell ? where things has been said to get thrown at you.
For a number of years, visitors have reported strange experiences within the building and paranormal investigations have become popular here due to the paranormal activity reported on a regular basis. Ghostly figures have been seen, unexplained sounds heard and objects have been found to have moved which makes this the perfect location to carry out a serious paranormal investigation. Will you be joining us ?
Tea/coffee and biscuits are available throughout the night, The museum also has a cafe chocolate bars, cans of pop etc can be purchased throughout the night.
You night will include you investigating alongside the paranormal eye team (Small groups no larger than 7 people per group) some of the technics used, ouija boards/spirit boards, glass work, spirit boxes, echo vox table tipping.