This Halloween, the renowned Masonic lodge in Perth, known as Freemason’s Lodge Scoon and Perth No. 3, will be the center of a thrilling paranormal investigation. The event, spearheaded by Angus-based medium John Spratt, is not just for the thrill-seekers but serves a noble cause. All proceeds from the event will be directed towards Perth First Responders, an organization that operates from the lodge.
A Lodge with Stories to Tell
The chairman of Perth First Responders, Richard Stibbles, shared his excitement about the event with The Courier. He mentioned that given the lodge’s age and the numerous personal accounts of paranormal occurrences, the night promises to be intriguing. “The building, with its rich history, surely has tales to share. And with the expertise of the medium and the experiments planned, we might just uncover some of its secrets,” he said.
Participants will not only get a chance to delve into the supernatural but will also be treated to a detailed tour of the lodge, shedding light on its history. Constructed between 1797 and 1803, the lodge has been a hub for Freemasons since 1933. Richard added, “Many attendees might be stepping into a masonic lodge for the first time. They’ll get a comprehensive tour and insights into past investigations and experiences.”
Tools of the Trade
John Spratt, along with his family, will lead the investigation. Attendees might get their hands on an electromagnetic field meter, a tool used to detect and measure paranormal activity. This scientific approach will aid in validating or debunking any paranormal claims. Additionally, Spratt will share his psychic insights throughout the night, guiding the investigators.
The Importance of Fundraising
Highlighting the significance of such charity events, John emphasized that fundraisers are vital for the continuity of services offered by Perth First Responders. “These events help us maintain our responder vehicle and equipment. Without the necessary funds, Perth and its neighboring regions might be deprived of a first responder service,” he stated.
For those eager to be a part of this unique experience, tickets for the event scheduled on October 29 are available online.
Source: The Courier