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#1 carlotta

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Posted 15 July 2008 - 03:20 AM

**Update**: All investigation venues are open to Haunted Devon members only due to insurance problems; however it is extremely easy to become a member.

Haunted Devon presents:

For 100 per room (based on two sharing) you can stay overnight at the Buckland Filleigh Manor. In the evening a buffet (included in the room cost) will be served and Haunted Devon will assist with an investigation of the property.

There will be workshops including Tarot, Crystal, Angel and possibly drumming. Workshop attendance fees are not included in the room rate.

For those that just wish to attend the workshops and investigation, limited tickets priced at just 15 are available. The price of 15 includes entrance to the manor and grounds from 2100 hrs and access to the workshops (additional fees will apply 10 on selected workshops such as Tarot workshops however they are NOT obligatory). At 2300 hrs you will join the house guests for a paranormal investigation of the house until 0200 hrs when you will leave. Entrance is by advance booking only and tickets will be issued.

You arrive at midday on the Saturday and can make use of the full grounds, boating lake and swimming pool. Visit http://www.bucklandhouse.co.uk/ for more details on the house.

If you are interested in buying tickets, please email Byron Jackson from the Haunted Devon site: http://www.haunted-devon.co.uk/

The majority of proceeds will go to MacMillan Cancer Support, apart from a small fee to cover the buffet. Additional charitable contributions to the MacMillan Cancer Support are also welcome.

Edited by carlotta, 16 July 2008 - 08:22 AM.

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