Would You Spend The Night In This Haunted Old Prison?

Do you believe in ghosts? Do you believe in an afterlife? How would you like to spend one night in a former prison and have a paranormal experience?  

“Bump In The Night” is a company from the UK that can make this happen. HMP Shempton Mallet, or also known as Cornhil is the place you’ll be visiting. This former prison has held dangerous criminals for very long time and they even held executions of inmates sentenced to death. It’s been a prison from the 17th to the middle of the 20th century with lot of men, women and children held there in subhuman conditions and very small cells, to pay for their sins with various rats and insects wandering around. After World War II, it became a military prison where some soldiers were executed for their crimes.  

Everyone that has been there claims to have experienced and seen strange things. Some even say that they’ve seen ghosts in the middle of the day, which makes it even spookier.  

If you dare to go and spend the night, you’ll also get to do a “ghost hunting” on your own or with your friends and explore the prison on your own. So, would you? 

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👻👻SHEPTON MALLET PRISON 2020👻👻 SHEPTON MALLET PRISON – SOMERSET FRIDAY 24TH JANUARY 2020 SATURDAY 8TH FEBRUARY 2020 FRIDAY 14th FEBRUARY 2020 8:30PM – 3:30AM £42 PER PERSON £42 per person -Includes FREE REFRESHMENTS and SNACKS, the use of our ghost hunting equipment, own time to go off and investigate the prison. BOOK NOW – www.bitnparanormal.co.uk BOOKINGS CAN BE MADE NOW VIA OUR WEBSITE – www.bitnparanormal.co.uk HMP Shepton Mallet, also known as Cornhill now lies abandoned, bereft of those who were incarcerated here. Having closed as recently as 2013 this formidable prison operated as the oldest prison in England. However, before its closure it was a Category C Lifer Prison incarcerating the most hardened and dangerous of criminals including the notorious Kray Twins in the 1950s. The empty corridors and lifeless cells are crying out to be investigated by those who have a fascination for what life must have been like in such a desolate and unforgiving existence. Originally built as a House of Correction in 1625 this prison has a terrifying history. Much of what has taken place here was extremely brutal. In the 17th and 18th Centuries the men, women and children who were imprisoned here existed in the most horrific conditions where they were left starving in packed, small pox infested cells. It is said that former inmates lie in unmarked graves throughout the grounds. Seven Judicial executions took place here between 1889 and 1926 but the full amount of executions that took place here prior to this is unknown. In the second world war it was adapted as a military prison and used by the British and the Americans. By the end of 1944 sixteen Americans had been hanged and 2 shot by firing squads for crimes that included rape and murder. Ghosts of Shepton Mallet Prison The ghosts that are thought to reside in this formidable building are vast and varied. With links back to the early 17th Century and with so many thousands of unnamed victims that lie within the grounds it is not a place where you would ever want to be alone. In the 1950's Shepton Mallet became home

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👻👻👻SHEPTON MALLET PRISON 2020👻👻👻 SOMETHING DIFFERENT FOR VALENTINES? SHEPTON MALLET PRISON – SOMERSET FRIDAY 14th FEBRUARY 2020 8:30PM – 3:30AM £42 PER PERSON £42 per person -Includes FREE REFRESHMENTS and SNACKS, the use of our ghost hunting equipment, own time to go off and investigate the prison. BOOK NOW – www.bitnparanormal.co.uk BOOKINGS CAN BE MADE NOW VIA OUR WEBSITE – www.bitnparanormal.co.uk HMP Shepton Mallet, also known as Cornhill now lies abandoned, bereft of those who were incarcerated here. Having closed as recently as 2013 this formidable prison operated as the oldest prison in England. However, before its closure it was a Category C Lifer Prison incarcerating the most hardened and dangerous of criminals including the notorious Kray Twins in the 1950s. The empty corridors and lifeless cells are crying out to be investigated by those who have a fascination for what life must have been like in such a desolate and unforgiving existence. Originally built as a House of Correction in 1625 this prison has a terrifying history. Much of what has taken place here was extremely brutal. In the 17th and 18th Centuries the men, women and children who were imprisoned here existed in the most horrific conditions where they were left starving in packed, small pox infested cells. It is said that former inmates lie in unmarked graves throughout the grounds. Seven Judicial executions took place here between 1889 and 1926 but the full amount of executions that took place here prior to this is unknown. In the second world war it was adapted as a military prison and used by the British and the Americans. By the end of 1944 sixteen Americans had been hanged and 2 shot by firing squads for crimes that included rape and murder. Ghosts of Shepton Mallet Prison The ghosts that are thought to reside in this formidable building are vast and varied. With links back to the early 17th Century and with so many thousands of unnamed victims that lie within the grounds it is not a place where you would ever want to be alone. In the 1950's Sh

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