David Livingstone Centre Investigation
Date(s) - 25/03/2017 - 26/03/2017
9:00 pm - 3:00 am
David Livingstone Centre
David Livingstone, the famous Scottish explorer and missionary. The David Livingstone Centre is the birthplace museum of his life and work. Housed in Shuttle Row, a tenement which the Livingstone’s shared with 23 other families. Shuttle Row has plenty of areas too explore including the single room that David Livingstone shared with his parents and four siblings.
The location is said to have poltergeist activity, with small items vanishing without trace only to reappear several months later and doors opening and then slamming shut. On the teams previous investigation loud footsteps were captured running up the stairwell, which were also heard by team members at the time and also CCTV had been turned off halfway through the investigation which could not be explained.
Some have nicknamed the entity Old Davy, but it is unknown whether it is actually David Livingstone himself trying too communicate. Hopefully the GPI team will record some evidence that may help to answer this.
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Scottish National Trust locations hold so much valuable Scottish history, whether you are an investigator or not they are definitely worth a visit. An excellent day out for all the family, that combines fun and learning into one.
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