That IS the same place. No.17 Broad Street. The whole block used to be full of druggies and prostitutes... allegedly... not that I'm speaking from experience!
These are certainly enough to set the context for our subjects. I'd hazard a guess that 'the sobbing boy' mentioned in the Post is the same boy mentioned in TODAY. At least we know who we're aiming to contact.
hang on Dan, are you suggesting some kind of seance??? I thought our subjects were just experiencing the basement 'naturally'???
Josh: sorry, my fault. I was chatting to Dan about Mayhem Horror Film Festival. They've asked Thrill Laboratory to do another experiment, and I inadvertently offered a LIVE version of haunted...
Give me a bit of time and I'll post the text they asked me to write for them
You do know that we're going to have to go back to the ethics committee if this becomes entertainment
Doesn't matter to me who watches. A haunted space is a haunted space, regardless of who's watching. Why do people think assume that scientific research is alsways more valide than entertainment, or novice enquiry when it comes to explporing new ideas. If it gets people interested in the work, then I'm all for it!
thanks for the vote of confidence Dan. B