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Help my ship is... Haunted!

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The Plot

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On a cold but clear night on 2 November 1914, the unarmed Royal Navy support vessel Daniel Adamson was patrolling the waters off Liverpool. Visibility was good and First Mate Albert Johnson was on watch in the wheelhouse for possible enemy vessels. He left the wheelhouse after spotting something suspicious on deck ... Albert Johnson was never seen again!! After returning to port, his disappearance was reported and in the meantime, one of the deckhands, Pat Shaughnessy left to go ashore and disappeared. It later turned out that Shaughnessy was a German spy. It was assumed that the First Mate had seen Shaughnessy 'signalling' to an enemy boat and went to investigate. Shaughnessy fearing being exposed as a spy overpowered the First Mate and threw him overboard. To this day it is said that Albert Johnson revisits the boat to warn of any danger. Crew members have spoken of seeing a lone figure sometimes at night, standing on deck at the prow but when they have investigated, no one is there... just sometimes a lone, wet footprint! These footprints can appear all over the boat and at all times. Is this the sign that Albert Johnson's spirit is still sailing the Ralph Brocklebank? Gordon Summers, local researcher and member of the British Paranormal Association wants to find out the truth? Unfortunately, in his way will be the film crew from “Help My House Is Haunted!”, the hit TV series that takes a ‘tongue in cheek’ look at the paranormal. Gordon thinks it is cheap tacky and irresponsible television. So how will he get on with the presenter Carol Kenning and it’s eccentric psychic medium Glinka Zoborowvski Gordon wants to conduct some serious scientific investigations but could the confrontations with the HMHIH team lead to more tragedy and death? Find out in ...... 'Help My Ship is Haunted!'

Optional Dress Code: Standard Party Wear

PACKAGES

21st Jul, 2018

Murder Mystery Experience Aboard The Danny - Child Ticket (16 Under)

£19.95
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Murder Mystery Experience Aboard The Danny - Adult Ticket

£29.95
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The Venue

The Daniel Adamson 1903 Steam Ship

The Danny is a 1903 Steam Ship which is listed on the National Register of Historic Ships and is a beautiful example of a rare steam ship boasting period features such as its Arc Deco Interior Saloons. The Danny will be situated in Liverpool’s famous Albert Docks and is a perfect venue for the spooky Murder Mystery plot “Help my Ship is Haunted”.

Climb aboard The Danny this summer for a show stopping murder mystery event. Take part in a fully immersive Murder Mystery event onboard and turn into detectives in a thrilling afternoon of entertainment. A truly brilliant event created for you by professional actors, you’ll find yourself lost in a world of danger and intrigue. Follow the twist and turns in your quest to unearth the identity of the cunning culprit.

The murder mystery will be performed on The Danny and the ship will remain static for the course of the event – no sea legs needed! The event will start at 1pm and include a hot drink per person.

There is a bar/snack kiosk onboard where you will be able to buy refreshments or feel free to bring along your own picnic to enjoy in the summer heat.

The Albert Dock offers plenty of car parking all within easy walking distance of the boats location. Once the event has finished feel free to explore Liverpool’s main attractions as well as Liverpool all a short distance away.

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The Location

The Daniel Adamson 1903 Steam Ship
The Albert Docks
Liverpool
L3 4AA

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