On the 22nd of July 2013, Bir Mula Heritage hosted its second paranormal evening. The following is a message from Ramon Miles, the famous British ghost hunter:
“I would like to thank everyone who turned up for the event and their participation throughout the evening. It was a pleasure to meet you all and I look forward very much to meeting you all again at another ghost hunt.
There was so much activity it is hard to know were to start. The most interesting activity for me was when a male spirit took fancy to Iris and let his presence be known by various methods. There were hot and clod spots, guests were being touched on there shoulders, arms, neck and legs. Different smells, shadows, orbs … the list goes on.
Many thanks to John Vella for his very useful input into the background of the museum, which in some cases confirmed what some of us were feeling, sensing and seeing. Thanks also to the organisation of the event via Charlie and of course the lovely Daniela who brought along John for security who as we know had a very interesting experience himself and of course young Joseph who was also experiencing activity.
But most of all thank you to the guests who came along.
Happy Ghost Hunting,
The photo above shows a moment from the event.
On the 5th of July 2013, Bir Mula Heritage hosted a ‘Paranormal Evening’ organised by the ParaPsyGirlz.
Those who attended to the event described their own experiences visavis anomalous phenomena! Among the attendees that were also skeptics and self-described cynics. Neverthelees everyone kept an open mind.
On Friday the 21st of June 2013, John Vella delivered a talk at Bir Mula Heritage about an ancient Byzantine rock-cut church that is located in Cospicua (Bormla).
The photo below (by Marc Zimmermann) shows a moment during the talk.
Bir Mula Heritage has been recently featured on Newsroom, a weekly programme transmitted by NET TV in Malta.
Both video clips are in Maltese and were transmitted during Newsroom of the 15th of April 2013 and are the work of Matthew Mamo, Keith Mizzi and Stephen Chircop.
In the first video clip you can watch Bir Mula Heritage house itself together with an interview with John Vella the curator.
In the second video clip you can watch a feature film about Maltese chapels and an interview with Angelo Fenech, who during Holy week of this year exhibited his collection of miniature chapels at Bir Mula Heritage.