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Sat, 06 Apr


HMS Warrior

HMS Warrior Teams Research Evening

Just Paranormal is inviting your Team to participating in the Paranormal Research Evening on board HMS Warrior. There will be a total of 6 Teams! Each team is to be made up of 10 People. PLEASE NOTE: This research evening is hosted by Just Paranormal & Paracom

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HMS Warrior Teams Research Evening
HMS Warrior Teams Research Evening

Time & Location

06 Apr 2024, 20:00 – 07 Apr 2024, 01:00

HMS Warrior, Victory Gate, Portsmouth PO1 3QX, UK

About the event


This is a Teams Research Evening

There will be a total of 6 Teams!

Each team is to be made up of 10 People.

A Team Ticket will cost £480 (That works out £48 p/p)

Light Refreshments will be available

History of the HMS Warrior 

HMS Warrior, Portsmouth is located in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard and is a 40 gun steam-powered frigate built for the Royal Navy in 1859-1861.  

HMS Warrior was launched in 1860, at a time of empire and Britain's dominance in trade and industry, Warrior was the pride of Queen Victoria's fleet.  

Powered by steam and sail, she was the largest, fastest and most powerful warship of her day and had a lasting influence on naval architecture and design. Work and life on board reflected both the changes the Royal Navy experienced as it evolved into a professional service and shifts in Victorian society.  

Built to counter the latest French battleship, Warrior was, in her time, the ultimate deterrent. Yet by igniting a new era in naval technology, she soon became outdated. After 22 years' service, Warrior's hull was to be used as a depot, floating school and an oil jetty.  

Painstakingly restored in Hartlepool and back home in Portsmouth since 1987, Warrior is a unique survivor of the once formidable Victorian Black Battlefleet.  

Warrior was first commissioned into the Royal Navy on 1st August 1861 whilst still being fitted out on the River Thames. The Honourable Arthur Cochrane was her first Captain.  The ship's crew comprised 50 officers and 656 ratings in 1863, divided into 34 messes, each with up to 18 men squashed into the space between two guns. The officers berthed in the rear of the ship in small individual cabins; the wardroom was also the officers' mess. The captain had two spacious, well-furnished cabins.

Reported activity

Full body apparitions, shadows, whispering conversations, knocks, footsteps, loud bangs and the presence of not being welcomed especially on the lower decks.

Teams will have access to Investigate the whole of the ship! which includes the all four Decks (Upper/Main/Lower/Orlop & Hold), Captains Cabin, Gun Deck, Engine Room and Boiler Room. After the Investigation you will have the opportunity to go off on your own and tour the HMS Warrior!

Light Refreshments will be available

Parking Information - Parking is not permitted at Portsmouth Historic Dockyards but you will find plenty of available carparks very close by, run by the council.

Victoria Gate will open at 8.15pm and we will be there to meet you.

End Time will be 1pm Sharp!!

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