Anne of Cleve’s House Ghost Hunts
December 7th 2019 and March 28th 2020
Join the Anne of Cleve’s House Ghost Event.
The oldest part of the house dates to the late 15th century, and makes an excellent example of a late medieval timber-framed building. The structure was altered numerous times through the 17th century, but it remains very much a 16th century house, with period furnishings and architecture. There is no indication that Anne of Cleves ever actually stayed in the house, though she certainly did spend time in the area, so it is certainly possible that she visited her house. (Info from Britain Express)
Ghost accounts include the apparition of a man dressed in dark clothes, mysterious voices and footsteps heard walking the mediaeval floors along with a feeling of fear which may strike you on the upper floor!
In small teams the mission will be to collect evidence using traditional methods such as automatic writing and glass moving, right up to the latest ghost equipment using thermal imaging, infrared, electromagnetic field meters GhostArk and so on. No experiment is compulsory as we do our best to identify who the ghosts are, and why they haunt this location though deep data analysis after the event.
This investigation on the night will be very exclusive with very limited places available. The cost for the night is £45 per person. Arrive at 8:00pm for an 8:30pm start. The night will finish at 01.30 am, by which time you will have had the chance to experience what it is like to be a paranormal investigator, and had the opportunity to try a mixture of traditional techniques as well as modern technology to try and decide for yourselves – WHO HAUNTS Anne of Cleve’s House?
December 7th 2019
March 28th 2020
Here are two guest hi light videos taken from December 2017 and March 2018