The Old Fire and Police station in Sheffield has a long history of paranormal activity, making this haunted location an impressive building to investigate. Dating back to Victorian times the building was a shared fire and police station and now houses vehicles used by the Emergency Services from byegone times, ghost hunters here have experienced some terrifying Poltergeist activity which is more common in the cell area as are unexplained shadows, cold spots and extreme temperature drops
In other areas raised voices have been heard coming from empty rooms. If you are looking for a unique ghost hunting experience at a haunted location then look no further than joining us at the historic and very haunted Sheffield Fire and Police Museum where you will be able to take part in vigils, seances, experiements plus investigate alone to find out who or what is haunting this location.
For a number of years, visitors have reported strange experiences within the building and ghost hunts have become popular here due to the paranormal activity reported on a regular basis. Ghostly figures have been seen, unexplained sounds heard and objects have been found to have moved which makes this the perfect location to carry out a serious paranormal investigation.
This investigation-led overnight ghost hunt with Spooky Nights offer you the opportunity to bring your own equipment and cameras plus you will also have the chance to work on your own and as part of the Investigation team.
Sheffield Fire and Police Museum has so many reported ghosts which include a young pick pocket in the fire station, in the police station and cells an angry spirit has been encountered on numerous occasions in particularly women who enter the end cell. One of the most famous spirits that is in the Fire & Police Museum is a man called Cain. Despite the fact that he likes to make himslf known, he also has an angry side too. He has been known to throw items, especially when people enter the cell which he was once in while he was alive.
Originally opened in the early 1900s as one of the first purpose built Fire Stations, it later became a Police Station, equipped with its own cells and telephone exchange. The Cellars and Cells were used as air raid shelters during WWII and the museum is now home to a number of vehicles and equipment relating to the Fire and Police services