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Research at Museum of East Dorset, Wimborne Minster

The Museum of East Dorset is set in the picturesque Wimborne Minster. For more than 400 years, many different families owned and occupied the building adding, altering, and extending this period dwelling as fashions changed. Opened by Hilda Coles in 1962 it has been historically known as the Priests House Museum until re-opening in 2020 after a period of restoration as Museum of East Dorset.

As well as working with the team on advisory work and the management of visiting paranormal teams, we have begun a period of time logging footage and researching some of the fascinating accounts that have been reported. The location is full of character and period features and it is a privilege to be able to work around such an amazing and impressive museum.

Our observations will be drafted into an initial report which we are happy to share on a discretionary basis. Contact us for more information about this report.

Visit the Museum of East Dorset website here.

Read more about our advisory work at Museum of East Dorset here

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