Upcoming Investigations

 Watch this space for upcoming investigations - Please read the booking terms and conditions at the bottom of this page.

 If you would like us to hold an investigation for your charity, or you have a location suggestion please contact us using the contact form on the 'Contact Us' page

Be part of the team and be a paranormal investigator for a night of ghost hunting, in the quest for evidence of paranormal activity in reportedly, some of the most haunted buildings in Gwynedd and North Wales.

Join us for a night that could possibly change your life forever as we go in search of evidence of life after death. We will investigate possible spirit activity such as knocking, cold breezes and dark shadows that cannot be explained. We will attempt glass divination and participate in table tipping experiments. We will also use some ghost hunting equipment including; beam barrier alarms, latest technology in EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena) recording and more.

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To book places for any of our upcoming investigations, please visit our Facebook page .......  www.facebook.com/GwyneddParanormalInvestigations

All our investigations start at 22:00 and end at 04:00

unless otherwise stated

Saturday 28th April 2018

The Creep Inn Tunnels

Are you brave enough to join Gwynedd Paranaormal Investigations -

The tunnels are said to go back over 200 Years to the Times of the Wreckers & Smugglers and were later redeveloped when the Palace was built. The tunnels were then used as a munitions factory during WW2 and later became a nightclub known as The Creep.

The cost of this event will be £35 per person with a deposit of £15 at time of booking. WE ARE LIMITED TO ONLY 15 PLACES FOR THIS GHOST HUNT SO DON'T DELAY!

Saturday 26th May 2018
Plas Machynlleth

This mansion formerly belonged to the family of the Marquess of Londonderry. The house which stood here before their ownership was known as Greenfield and existed by 1673. The Londonderry family changed the name to Y Plas ("The Mansion") and greatly enlarged the house. Some of the original structure may have been incorporated in the building we see today. The imposing façade dates from 1853.
Guests who visited Y Plas included the Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII.
Decorative gates and two lodges were installed at the entrance when the site was enlarged in 1853.
In 1948 the property was given to the town for use as a public park.
There are reportedly many spirits who still roam around the house including a little girl who has been seen on the main staircase.

The question is.......Are you brave enough to join us?!

During the overnight paranormal investigation you will:
*Get the chance to investigate with a renownd proffesional team
*Be joined by at least one Medium, maybe 2 through out the investigation
*Have the chance to use real investigation equipment such as K2 Meters, Ghost/Spirit Boxes, Trigger objects, EVP recording devices and more
*Have the opportunity to partake in investigation experiments such as Spirit Boards/Table Tipping, dowsing rods and vigils
*FREE TIME to conduct your own investigating
*Free Refreshments (tea, coffee, biscuits)

This event will cost £35 per person and can only be confirmed upon receipt of a £20 deposit. Places are allocated strictly on a first come first served bases. Please read booking terms and condition (a link can be found on the group page). The balance/payment must be made by the end of April.


Saturday 23rd June 2018
Ty Newydd, Llanystumdwy

Tŷ Newydd was built in the fifteenth century as a timber framed house where the current Hall now sits. It had a central hearth and ancillary rooms for preparing food and sleeping. The timber walls were later replaced with stone and an upper floor was added. A recently uncovered internal wall from this time has been re-erected in the Hall, near to where it once stood. Parish records from the 16th century tell us that the house was owned by Rowland Owen.
Remodelled in the mid-1700s by Robert Williams and his son William, the three-storey Georgian frontage you now see transformed the house into a more upmarket residence.
Its most famous occupant is war-time Prime Minister David Lloyd George who bought Tŷ Newydd in 1942 and lived there until his death in 1945. There is a memorial at his final resting place, on the banks of the river Dwyfor, just down the lane from the house where he spent his final years.
A full renovation and new additions, such as the library window and the front window finials, were made in the early 1940s by the famous architect Clough Williams-Ellis on behalf of David Lloyd George PM.

The cost of this event is £35 per person with £20 deposit paid at time of booking. The balance must be paid by the end of May.


Saturday 21st July 2018
The Dragon Theatre, Barmouth

The imposing granite and slate building which houses the Dragon Theatre and Barmouth Community Centre was constructed in the 1890’s as an English congregational chapel.

Previous investigations in this venue have proved to be very paranormally active indeed and our last investigation on Halloween last year was no exception!

Are you brave enough to join us?....
Be part of the team and be a paranormal investigator for a night of ghost hunting, in the quest for evidence of paranormal activity in reportedly, some of the most haunted buildings in Gwynedd and North Wales.

Join us for a night that could possibly change your life forever as we go in search of evidence of life after death. We will investigate possible spirit activity such as knocking, cold breezes and dark shadows that cannot be explained. We will attempt glass divination and participate in table tipping experiments. We will also use some ghost hunting equipment including; beam barrier alarms, latest technology in EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena) recording and more.

£35 per person ~ Including tea & coffee throughout the night. £20 deposit to be made at time of booking.
Balance due by the end of June.


Saturday 18th August 2018
Beaumaris Gaol

The jail was designed by Hansom and Welch, and was built in 1829. It was expanded in 1867 to accommodate approximately 30 inmates but was closed just 11 years later. The building then became a police station until the 1950s when it became, oddly, a children's clinic and lastly a museum in 1974.

During the Second World War the town's air raid siren was located in the gaol and was kept in operation during the Cold War in case of nuclear attack.

Only two hangings took place at Beaumaris. The first was that of William Griffith, in 1830, for the attempted murder of his wife.
He reacted badly to the news that he was to hang and on the morning of his execution, barricaded himself inside the cell.
The door was eventually forced open and he was half dragged and half carried to the gibbet.
The second and final execution was that of Richard Rowlands in 1862, having been found guilty of murdering his father in law.
He protested his innocence right up to the final moment and legend has is that he cursed the church clock from the gallows, saying that if he were innocent the four faces of the nearby church clock would never show the same time.
Indeed for a while they did not, although this has been attributed to the wind buffeting the southern face.
Both men were buried in within the walls of the gaol in a lime pit, but the exact location of their burial is unknown.

The metal rivets which held the gibbet in place, along with the two doors which the condemned man passed through can still be seen from the street outside the Gaol walls.

Places can ONLY be reserved upon receipt of deposit of £20 or payment in full. Events must be paid for in advance.
Tickets for this event are £40 per person and will include tea and coffee. BALANCE IS DUE BY THE END OF JULY.

Terms and Conditions

1) Booking Agreement: By booking an event, the participant(s) agree to all terms and conditions, the participant(s) indemnify Gwynedd Paranormal Investigations (here after referred to as GPI), from and against all liability in respect of any costs, claims, damages, demands, penalties, actions, proceedings, suits, losses or expenses in respect of or arising out of the injury to or the death of any person, or damage to any property arising from participation in the activity. It is also recommended that you take out third party liability cover prior to the event.


2) Health and Safety aspects of the event must be adhered to at all times. GPI will not be responsible for any physical, psychological and long term illness or injuries, or death as a result from attending any event. Investigating the uncharted world of the paranormal can be hazardous and dangerous so all clients attend at their own risk. Attendees must stay with their group at all times and not take it upon themselves to wonder off. GPI will have done a thorough Risk Assessment prior to the event; therefore there may be certain areas which are cordoned off for the safety of the attendees. Anybody who does not follow these rules will be asked to leave.


3) No person under the age of 18 is permitted to attend any of our events due to our insurance terms.


4) We do not advise any pregnant woman to attend our events, this is out of interest for the safety of yourself and your unborn child. Accidents can happen in the dark and GPI will not be held responsible for any accidents that may occur.


5) We do not discriminate against anyone with a disability however, due to most of our events having unsuitable access for wheel chairs it may not be possible or safe to attend certain investigations. If you have a disability and would like to join us, please contact GPI and we will advise on the best possible options.


6) We have a zero tolerance of illegal drugs and alcohol. Anyone found to be under the influence of either will be asked to leave immediately with no refund. If you have been prescribed any medicines by your doctor you must inform GPI staff before any investigation.


7) We cannot guarantee that you will see or experience any paranormal activity on any of our events but if you do, we suggest you try to stay as calm as possible for your own safety and the safety of people around you.


8) Smoking is not permitted inside any of our locations, there will be a designated smoking area outside and away form the building.


9) GPI will not be liable for any loss or damage to equipment belonging to the participants during and after the event, even if caused by poltergeist activity. If in doubt keep your belongings with you.


10) In the event of an investigation being cancelled, you will be made aware of this by the contact details you have given. If this happens we will transfer your booking to the next available investigation. If an event is postponed, your payment will transfer to the new date. If you are unable or unwilling to attend on the new date, you are welcome to cancel your place. Should you cancel your place; more than 30 days before the event, you will receive 50% refund. If less than 30 days, no refund will be given.


11) Investigations are carried out at night and generally in the dark until the early hours of the morning. If you have far to travel we would advise you to book a local bed & breakfast or hotel; driving whilst tired can kill.


12) GPI will not be held responsible for any damage caused by guests during our investigation.


13) We advise all guests to only bring with them the equipment and money you need for the event. We suggest you don't bring handbags and anything that can be, must be left in your car or a safe place. You will only need a camera and a maximum of £5 for 6 strips of raffle tickets. ONLY BRING THE MONEY THAT YOU NEED. All bags must be left in the base room during the investigation for safety reasons.


14) No food or drink is permitted out side of the base room, during the walk around or after investigating has begun. This is for the respect of the property we are using and to prevent damage. Some of the buildings we visit and their contents are of historical importance and usually of great value.


15) Mobile phone policy - Due to an increase in mobile phone use for so called 'spirit APPS', use as torches and cameras, the decision to ban ALL mobile phones has been taken! Phones must be left in the base room during investigations! An emergency phone number will be given for anyone who may need to contact you during the night. This is because; mobile phone signals interfere greatly with some of the equipment we use. The use of mobile phone lights for torches has become distracting and problematic and 'spirit apps' are not scientifically proven to be accurate and therefore we do not allow them on our events. WE ADVISE YOU TO BRING YOUR OWN TORCH AND ALSO A CAMERA/CAMCORDER IF YOU WISH TO TAKE PHOTOS OR VIDEO. If mobile phones are seen to be used during vigils, you will be asked to return it to the base room. Continued use will result in you being asked to leave the investigation.


16) By signing these terms and conditions, you are giving your permission for all photographs or video records made on any GPI investigation to be used by GPI and/or being published on the GPI web site.


17) These terms and conditions are non negotiable. Each guest will be required to sign a copy of the terms and conditions to show that you hereby agree to abide by them.


18) GPI reserve the right to change, add or amend these terms and conditions at any time. We also reserve the right to change, add or amend any part of any event at any time.

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