Ghost hunters raise money for cancer patients

By Connie Osborne Thursday 23 January 2014 Updated: 24/01 08:59

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BRAVE ghost hunters will spend the night in Warwick Castle’s dungeons to raise money for cancer victims.

Redditch resident Christina Kings will daringly step into the depths of the 11th century castle on Friday, March 7, along with friends and supernatural experts from Haunting Happenings on Edward Street.

The group will explore the castle from 9pm until 5am and will remain trapped in the dungeons where they will perform a vigil in a bid to raise £1,500 for Macmillan Cancer Support.

The charity aims to improve the lives of people affected by cancer by providing practical, medical, emotional and financial support.

Mrs Kings said: “We are all really scared about doing it. I doubt we will get any sleep and we will just be counting down the hours until the morning. I think we are a bit mad, but it is for such a good cause we wanted to do it.”

Visit www.justgiving.com/christina-kings to donate to Christina and the team.

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