The Pearce Institute, Glasgow Ghost Hunt
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The Pearce Institute, Glasgow
Saturday fourth April 2015 9pm-3am -- Sold out!!
The Pearce Institute by Govan Combination was designed by simply Sir
Robert Rowand Anderson in the type of a very large 17th
hundred years Scottish townhouse. It was commisioned to be created
by Female Dinah Pearce in recollection of her husband Sir William
Pearce, MP from the Fairfield Dockyard, who died in 1888. Work occurred from 1902 and was completed in 1906.
The Start was planned as a social centre intended for the
community and offered Govanites a men's and women's
reading rooms and clubs, a library, a gymnasium, food preparation and laundry departments, and a heading off room. In addition , the
organ, stage and gallery inside the McLeod Hall made it a well known venue pertaining to dances and social events. On the wall structure at the
access to the building is the greeting:
" This really is a House of Friendship. This is a House of Service. Pertaining to Families, Pertaining to Lonely Folks. For those of Govan. For the
Strangers worldwide. Welcome. "
It would appear that this kind of greeting as well extends to several past occupants who continue to wander the halls and corridors...!
There were many reports of past paranormal activity in
The Pearce Commence. The apparition of a ghostly woman has
been experienced walking across the foyer. Lamps have been
reported as well as a touch that changes on by itself. The
existence of a man has been reported in the main area on a
quantity of occasions. On one occasion the caretaker
reported hearing body organ music coming from the hall, but the
organ was at a decommisioned state and couldn't end up being played!
The figure of any man in a brown overcoat wearing a extremely
distinctive head wear has been noticed wandering the hallways about
many events. Another spirit of a female has been
witnessed on the patio above the main hall. The...
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