A PARANORMAL investigation team will be bringing their expertise to the Cartland Bridge Hotel next month in the hope of finding some ghostly goings-on.
Lanarkshire Paranormal will be investigating the 19th century building, now of course a Best Western hotel, and believe those who come along will be in for a treat.
Lanarkshire Paranormal co-founder and manager Janice Murdoch-Richards said: “Our last team visit detected a figure on the stairs, unexplained sounds and various emotions.
“We actually went out there on a request by the management of the hotel and some of the staff worked with us. There were all sorts of things going on and there were lots of unexplained bumps and bangs.
“We know that the place is haunted by a sea captain and his daughters and in particular one little girl is familiar to most of us.”
Lanarkshire Paranormal will investigate the Cartland Bridge Hotel on Saturday, February 21, from 9pm to 3am.
Tickets cost £30 and are available from the Lanarkshire Paranormal website.
Tea and coffee and will be served at regular intervals but alcohol is prohibited. No under-18s allowed.
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