In the past we have produced charity events, such as Don't Blink a Doctor Who charity event for Dove House Hospice which was held at Hull Paragon Interchange, with three monsters from the new series, from left to right, Sean Knopp (Paul the Priest), Sarah Louise Madison (Weeping Angel) and Matthew Doman (Cyberman/Dalek).
To raise as much awareness as we could we worked together with sponsors Hull Trains, First Transpennine Express, Great Western, along with Macure Hotels and the charity itself which received over £600 profits from the event and we received local media coverage on BBC Radio Humberside and the Hull Daily Mail.
More recently with McCoys Coffee House in Hull, we put on a concert featuring Swedish singer songwriter Charlotte Eriksson, known as The Glass Child. Again local media were in attendance and the event proved popular as not only were our guests treated to a full acoustic concert we organiseda buffet for them to enjoy while listening to Charlotte.
Charlotte has to date produce three albums and has written two books.
One of our very first events was to raise funds for BBC Children In Need Appeal and this was the beginning of Ghost Chasers, which became very popular with the public. The first paranormal investigation in 2004 was at Fort Paull, where the intrepid team spent some 12 hours one November night seeking paranormal activity. That was to be it -
The future looks very exciting as we are working on a new concert project with a new venue and a music and food festival for 2019.