Morecambe Winter Gardens Theatre Ghost Hunt Saturday 18th July 2009

The Morcambe Winter Gardens TheatreThe Winter Gardens Theatre was originally built as the Victorian Pavillion Theatre in 1897 and is situated on Morecambes Central Promenade.
Here many famous entertainers trod the boards such as Laurel and Hardy,Ken Dodd,Morecambe and Wise to name but a few of the Greats.

Sadly the Theatre closed its Doors to the Public in 1977 and without the care its so greatly deserved over the Years the Theatre began to decline.
In 1986 the Friends of the Winter Gardens Charity was formed by a group of local Residents who all shared the same concerns for this Magnificent Building,and with lots of enthusiasum and hard work their work still continues today to restore this building back to it’s former glory!
This very Haunted Building which was visited by the Most Haunted Crew this Year and the Teams well known Medium Brian Sheperd who Investigated with them picked up that the Theatre has a Good side and an Evil side to it.

There have been many Ghost Sightings here and strange unnerving feelings of being pushed by unseen hands on the staircase and in Particular areas of the Theatre a forboding feeling is sensed.
Witnesses on previous Investigations whilst under the stage have heard terrifying breathing sounds very close to their ears.Dark figures,Shapes and Shadows have also been seen by visitors to this Location.

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Alton Towers Staffordshire Ghost Hunt Saturday 4th July 2009

Alton Towers is probably the most well known Tourist Attraction in the UK.

Alton TowersSet amidst beautiful Gardens in Staffordshire many people visit this famous Theme Park year after year not knowing that there lurks a dark and chilling Gothic Mansion amongst the thrilling rides. The very haunted Alton Towers Ruin, a place which has a very dark and mysterious history.

The early Alton Towers was a hunting lodge, known as Alveton Lodge (or Alverton), which is the ancient name for Alton.

Charles Talbot, the 15th Earl and his family, began improvements on the house, and initiated the creation of the Gardens, at the turn of the 19th century. Through the early 1800s, 13,000 trees were planted in the grounds. In 1811, major work began on the house. Over the next ten years, several new rooms were built: a drawing room, dining room, chapel, library, long gallery, banqueting hall, conservatory and entrance hall were all added. As a result of the work done, the house doubled in size. The entire building was renovated in a Gothic Style, and the foundations of the Flag Tower were also laid. Some of the architects that worked on the house were Thomas Hopper and A.W Pugin (the architect involved in the equally haunted Woodchester Mansion).

Sadly In the early 1900’s however, the house began its demise, when a lack of funds prevented the family from taking care of all the maintenance on the house and it was sold in 1924.

The Tower Ruins have a very strange chilling atmosphere even in broad daylight and with over 1500 years of History at this very haunted location you wouldn’t be surprised of the paranormal activity that has been reported here by visitors and staff alike.

Witnessed often is a Female presence that has been seen several times appearing to people mostly on the upper floors of the Ruin seen wearing all black garments as if she is in mourning.

Heavy thunderous footsteps are heard regularly within the darkness along with dark shadows seen lurking and moving about in doorways.

Strange whispering, chanting discarnate voices are heard close to people’s ears along with loud distinctive Raps and Knocks given in response to any question asked during Investigations.

There have been poltergeist stone throwing phenomena reported on numerous occasions along with foreboding feelings sensed in certain area.

With reports of Witchcraft and the black arts, Human Sacrifice and a terrifying folk law curse a very scary night of Ghost Hunting at the chilling Alton Tower Ruins will not be one you will forget in a hurry!

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