A crack team of famous ghost hunters will be leading single femme lesbians in a spooky search for love through a 172-year-old building in central London tonight.
The event is being hosted at a secret location, available to ticket holders, by femme for femme dating site, Pink Lobster at 7pm.
CEO Juliette Prais said this event offers attendees the chance to get out of their comfort zones and have an unforgettable evening.
Co-director and relationship therapist Emma Ziff said: “When we watch or take part in something which is scary endorphins, dopamine and norepinephrine are released in to the body.
“If we then hold on to one another during a fearful situation, oxytocin will also be released, creating a bond with one another.”
The event will be led by Ghostfinder Paranormal Society, an organisation that investigates reports of hauntings, poltergeists, residual energy and all other forms of supernatural and paranormal activity across the UK.
For tickets visit, http://www.pinklobsterdating.com/events.aspx
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