Have you always dreamed of spending an evening at the L’Orignal Old Jail?
Come and spend a horror-worthy evening with the Phantoms of Yore, some of Bytown Paranormal’s reputable investigators. The activity will begin at 7 pm and should end around midnight.
This one-of-a-kind evening will be divided into two parts. The first couple of hours will be dedicated to a paranormal information session. The team will discuss their paranormal findings, the history of the jail, what to expect from an investigation as well as the equipment used to make contact with the afterlife. The second part of the evening will remain secret until the last second. Only the bravest of you will have the chance to interact with the jail’s past.
For more information, email ([email protected]), call 613-675-4661 ext 8107 or visit the Facebook page (Former prison of L’Orignal Old Jail).
Tickets are on sale now at https://paranormalprison.eventbrite.ca
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