Join ghost hunters to investigate spooky goings-on at Sandy pub

PUBLISHED: 13:47 19 February 2018 | UPDATED: 14:04 19 February 2018

Paula and Geoff Andrews have been hunting ghosts for 15 years. Picture: Paula Andrews

Paula and Geoff Andrews have been hunting ghosts for 15 years. Picture: Paula Andrews

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A ghost-hunting couple who first fell in love while seeking spooks are set to search for paranormal activity at a notoriously haunted Sandy pub as part of a charity fundraiser.

Strange goings on at the Kings Arms in Sandy will be the subject of the paranormal investigation. Picture: Paula AndrewsStrange goings on at the Kings Arms in Sandy will be the subject of the paranormal investigation. Picture: Paula Andrews

Geoff and Paula Andrews, who live near Peterborough, have 15 years’ experience of searching for unearthly activity and have undertaken many overnight paranormal investigations in pubs, houses and old buildings.

They even have their own business – True Spirits Paranormal.

They are inviting people to stake out the intriguing Kings Arms pub in London Road, Sandy, on the night of March 17 to try to get to the bottom of ghostly rumours that have been circulating around in the ether about the inn for years.

The pub was apparently once a morgue and a funeral parlour and rumour has it that a phantom still haunts its underground rooms.

Apparently the ghastly ghost has a tendency to toss brew barrels around and leave beer taps turned on overnight.

Landlords Adam and Kelly Cousins have decided to get to the bottom of the tales once and for all, and have turned to Geoff and Paula for help.

On a more earthly plane, they also plan to raise money for the British Heart Foundation – which has supported Adam in times of illness – and Cancer Research UK, which Paula supports.

Paula told the Comet: “This is the first time the pub will have been investigated in this manner, but there are regular unusual and unexplained things happening within the premises, and we are looking forward to working with Adam and Kelly to see what we can uncover during the course of the investigation, along with our guests.”

Paula said their events attract dedicated ghost hunters but also many skeptics whose views are often changed by the end of the night.

The couple use a range of techniques including electromagnetic monitors, thermometers and good old-fashioned ouija boards and calling techniques.

Geoff and Paula’s aim is to invite guests along so they can see any ghostly activity for themselves and offer a genuine experience in contrast to the many companies which they say fake spooky happenings.

The event will take place on Saturday, March 17. Tickets are £25 each from truespiritsparanormal.co.uk.

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