Who ya gonna call? Ghost hunters! Experts reveal eerie experiences at London lesbian singles dating event
A team of famous ghost hunters led single femme lesbians in a spooky search for love and restless spirits in central London last weekend.
Internationally renowned Ghostfinder Paranormal Society escorted sceptics and believers alike through the 150-year-old London Capital Club and picked up on unexplained phenomena such as temperature changes and strange sounds.
Ghostfinder Paranormal Society founder Barri Ghai revealed that one name picked up on Friday night was Paul Spring – a man believed to have been injured by a Second World War bomb that hit the club’s cellar.
Mr Ghai said: “We experienced several bizarre instances of unexplained phenomena including strange knocking sounds, changes in temperature, intelligent responses on some of our devices, and one reporter even witnessed a shadow person on the stairwell.
“Some of the daters were certainly more scared than others, but several of the ladies found themselves brave enough to even handle the equipment and communicate directly with the ghosts of the London Capital Club.”
The event was organised with femme for femme dating site Pink Lobster Dating who aim to offer a wide variety of speed dating and singles opportunity.
CEO of Pink Lobster Dating Juliette Prais said: “To date we’ve run exciting speed dating and singles events, which are different to anything else out there.
“ Following studies we have conducted and our own experiences as relationship therapists, we have tailored our events in order that they get to know the real person in a short time.
“This experience offers women the opportunity to get out their comfort zone as well as having an evening they will never forget – what a great story to tell the grandkids!”
Picture courtesy of Santiago Alvarez, with thanks