"Pink Lobster Dating is the world’s only exclusive femme dating site for women who like women."
On Friday, 30th October the world’s only exclusive femme dating site for women who like women, Pink Lobster Dating are inviting single women to have a date night to remember – an interactive ghost hunt around the London Capital Club.
The hunt will be led by the internationally renowned Ghostfinder Paranormal Society - an experienced group of professional ghost hunters and paranormal experts, led by Founder Barri Ghai. The Society operate across most parts of the United Kingdom investigating reports of hauntings, poltergeists, residual energy and all forms of paranormal or supernatural phenomena and has featured on including appearances on the BBC, ITV's This Morning & Daybreak, Channel 4 and many others.
The event offers singletons the chance to meet 30+ other single women (who like women) and is hosted at Candewick, at the London Capital Club at 15 Abchurch Lane – where guests will get a first glimpse of the restaurant before its official launch on 2nd November.
“To date we’ve run exciting speed dating and singles events, which are different to anything else out there. Following studies we have conducted and our own experiences as relationship therapists, we have tailored our events in order that they get to know the real person in a short time. In fact to date we have a record number of 80%+ date matches following our events. This experience offers women the opportunity to get out their comfort zone as well as having an evening they will never forget. What a great story to tell the grandkids!” explains Juliette Prais, CEO of Pink Lobster Dating.
Emma Ziff, Relationship Therapist for Pink Lobster Dating and Co-Director, points out: “When we watch or take part in something, which is scary, endorphins, dopamine and norepinephrine are released in to the body. If we then hold on to one another during a fearful situation, Oxytocin will also be released, creating a bond with one another. This is why Pink Lobster Dating’s Halloween event is so perfect for women looking to make that special connection.”
What better to get your heart beating in a group full of newly acquainted singles? And who knows – you could meet your soul mate – let’s just hope they aren’t a ghost!
The event will run from 7pm on Friday, 30th October. Tickets can be bought at Pink Lobster Dating and are £19.50 each.
Pink Lobster Dating:
Pink Lobster Dating is the world’s only exclusive femme dating site for women who like women. Founder Juliette Prais created the company in order to ultimately enable women to find love in a world saturated with quick fixes, hence the name, as lobsters mate for life.
The site is so much more than simply online dating, with an array of professional expert advisors that members can contact for support. It features various privacy and security checks both manually and technologically in order to protect its members. Recently it has launched its high end matchmaking service, whether lesbian, bisexual, or you’re a woman who just likes women. With a focus on community building and encouraging women to meet, the company also runs events globally.
Ghostfinder Paranormal Society:
The Ghostfinder Paranormal Society is an experienced group of professional ghost hunters and paranormal experts that operate across most parts of the United Kingdom investigating reports of hauntings, poltergeists, residual energy and all forms of paranormal or supernatural phenomena.
The team approaches all cases with a logical and scientific view using only the latest in ghost hunting technology to try and secure tangible results and real paranormal evidence during investigations.
Headquartered in London, The Ghostfinder Paranormal Society has featured in the media world-wide, including appearances on the BBC, ITV's This Morning & Daybreak, Channel 4, Fuji Television, BIO, NBC Universal, Travel Channel, the History Channel and Living TV.
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