The Jamaica Inn 17th November 2018

The Jamaica Inn 17th November 2018
17 november 2018
9pm to 2am
£49 per person
Jamaica 25/03/17


A man in a tricorn hat walking through doors, eerie footsteps and ghostly hooves are just a few of the many ghostly goings on in this world famous inn.

Originally built in 1750 as a coaching inn on the windswept wilds of Bodmin Moor, the Inn gave world renowned writer Daphne du Maurier the inspiration to write her novel "Jamaica Inn" detailing the legendary smuggling history of the building.

Jamaica -fireplace

The inn was a turnpike between Launceston and Bodmin and was used by many travellers some of which used the inn in order to hide away smugglers contraband which had been brought to shore due to its isolated location.

It was commonly believed that it was so named due to the rum stored there believed to have come from jamaica. However its name actually derives from the local Trelawney family who were very important to the area and served as Jamaican governers in the 18th century.

Jamaica -bedroom

The Inn is well known for its hauntings, with its haunted bedrooms on the first floor of the old part of the Inn which you will have access to. Disemboded voices heard in various areas, also the museum which was once the stable block has  an eerie feeling with people feeling ill at ease including the staff and then there is the bar and resturant area with knock and bangs heard, glasses smashing on their own.

There have been many sightings and incidents of paranormal nature both inside and outsde the building including staff hearing conversations uttered in a foreigh language ( could it have actually been old cornish?).

Other incidents are the sound of horses hooves and the sound of metal rims turning on the outside courtyard at the front of the building however on investigation, nothing is there!

People pacing the upstairs corridors have been hear and a man in a tricorn hat Is seen to walk through solid doors.

There is also the story of a possible murder whereby a male leaving the inn after being summoned outside leaving his drink unfinished. He was never seen alive again. Instead, his body was found the next morning on the moor. Is it his footsteps that are heard tramping along the passage to the bar? Some staff believe it is. Could it have been this same male that many people have seen outside sitting on the wall who doesn't acknowledge people walking past?

What will you encounter ? are you brave enough to find out?

Never been on a ghost hunt / paranormal investigation?

Don't know what to expect?

A typical investigation with beyond the Grave will generally include the following,

Experienced Investigators on hand to guide you through the night.

A equipment talk and chance to use our equipment within your vigil group.

At least 3 team lead séance / investigation.

2 chances for a lone vigil

Free time to explore and carry out your own experiments

Hot drinks / snacks during breaks

The only thing Beyond the Grave cannot guarantee on the evening is Spirit activity, but we do guarantee whatever happens will be 100% real.

On a typical investigation it is common to have a mixture of unexplained events as well as personal experiences from our guests, sometimes evidence does not come to light until everything has been reviewed after the investigation.

We can guarantee you will have a great night, with some great people, in a great locations. So why not come and join us…..

We always check the evidence and compile reports, EVP clips, video clips and photos which you will be able to check in our gallery on the website and  Facebook page.