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Urban Exploring The Paranormal

Urban Exploring The Paranormal

8 Episodes

Entering the Unknown’s spin off series see’s two members of the team, Dave Harazny, and Shaun Helm, go one step further investigating the paranormal, by going into abandoned and derelict buildings around the North West of England UK. So join them on their adventure into the unknown, as they are joined along the way by fellow team members, other paranormal investigators, and urban explorers.

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Urban Exploring The Paranormal
  • Manchester Royal Hospital For The Insane (South House)

    Episode 1

    The Manchester Royal Hospital for the Insane, now the Cheadle Royal Hospital, was built 1847-9 and opened in 1849, to replace the former hospital site in the centre of Manchester built in the 1760s. In the circular letter notifying the medical profession of its opening, it is noted that 'the buil...

  • Pool Parc Asylum “Somethings Just Pulled On My Bag”

    Episode 2

    Pool Parc dates back to the 16th Century when it was home to the Salesbury family. It was later rebuilt for William Bagot, 2nd Baron Bagot, in the 1820s. However it was apparently lost in a bet at the races by the Bagot family and was later sold to the District Health Authority in 1937, becoming ...

  • Maes Mynan Hall Nursing Home “Am I Mental”

    Episode 3

    Maes Mynan Hall is a former 33 bed assisted living care home set on 2.6 acres of trees off a main road between Denbigh and mold. There are 10 ground floor rooms and 18 on the upper floor, the property included 2 dining rooms, reception, laundry room, porch and a conservatory. The home suddenly cl...

  • Ivy House “Don’t touch the books”

    Episode 4

    Ivy House/Dorothy Farm - In 1901 Joseph Harrison moved into Ivy House with his wife. The couple later moved down the hill to Appleton where Samuel died in 1953. They were followed by Harry Winstanley, formerly of Dorothy Farm Stretton. He owned Roadside Farm which was managed by Eric Parr, and di...

  • Alsager Court Care Home “Did you hear that”

    Episode 5

    Alsager Court Care Home with nursing is part of the Blanchworth Care group and is registered with The Care Quality Commission (CQC) to provide accommodation and personal care with nursing for up to 27 elderly.

    During the inspection there were 12 people living at the home, which was later forced...

  • Burgess Farm “Something Just Whispered In My Ear”

    Episode 6

    Burgess Farm in Walkden, Salford Greater Manchester. A building company was given the go-ahead by town hall chiefs to build 350 properties and are due to be built on the site.

    When Dave and Shaun visited this location the new houses and estate were already built, surrounding the derelict abandon...

  • Byley Graveyard "It Said Abbey"

    Episode 7

    Join Dave and Shaun as they investigate not one, but two graveyards. What or who will come forward to speak to them?

  • The Victoria Theatre "Did Someone Say No"

    Episode 8

    Built in 1899 and designed by Bertie Crewe, the Victoria Theatre in Salford, There are holes in the auditorium roof that have led to water damage, including the partial collapse of some of the historic decorative plaster. It is feared that should the roof not be repaired soon, the internal damage...