On Saturday 19th January, at 8pm sharp, I arrived at the Tudor House. Before I entered, I carried out a survey around the outside of the house to note down any strange going-ons. I called my team to get ready but just as we were about to enter one of my colleagues suddenly fainted! This delayed us for about two hours and left us behind schedule.
Adamant to succeed, we persevered until my colleague regained consciousness. When we were ready to go in, we quickly split up into four teams and took our starting points. We also divided the available high-tech equipment out amongst us ghost hunters.
Next I went to tge kitchen and discretely hid under the table ready with my ghost camera to take any pictures. Suddenly I heard some eerie music coming from the room. Then I saw a shadowy figure form in front of me. I quickly tried to take a picture but unfortunately my camera malfunctioned and I wasn’t able to take a picture of the ghost. I was suddenly filled with a overwhelming sense of disappointment but despite this I knew I had to move on.
Determined to achieve my goal, I went to the next room which was the study. As I walked in, I used my ultra sensitive ghost thermometer to see if there were any ghosts in the room. My thermometer said there were no ghosts in the room, however I could sense I wasnt alone.I decided to call my team mates to come down to the study but a sudden powercut hit Tudor House and I wasn’t able to contact my team members. So instead I decided to use my sage, but when I went into the bag, but one of my colluges had accidentally brought lavender instead which had the opposite effect of sage.
Unfortunatly I didn’t succeed in my mission. But next time with better preperation of my equipment I am confident that I will be able to catch a ghost without doubt…..