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By Simon Wilson | 12/06/2019

The once magical Camelot theme park now lies abandoned – and looks like a horror movie set.

The Camelot theme park in Lancashire closed in 2012 after nearly 30 years of welcoming guests through its doors. The King Arthur-inspired park was shut off from the public, but we take you inside of this abandoned park.

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By Simon Wilson | 11/06/2019

RAF Upwood originated in September 1917 when the War Department requisitioned Hill Farm, then owned by Lord de Ramsey, for use as an Emergency Landing Ground. The airfield was later used as a Home Defence 1st Class Night Landing Ground for BE2 aircraft of 7 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps. By the summer of 1918 permanent huts and five large hangars had been constructed…

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By Simon Wilson | 11/06/2019

St John’s Mental Asylum in Lincolnshire, in the East of England, was built 1852. The building was then known as Lindsey & Holland Counties & Lincoln & District Lunatic Asylum.

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By Simon Wilson | 10/06/2019

We visited Bankside Gallery which is a project to stop antisocial behaviour on this abandoned housing estate; the fairly large housing estate is currently in the process of been knocked down.

An outdoor gallery of street art that’s not only approved by the local authority but also celebrated by residents throughout the city, Bankside Gallery began in February 2018, just after Banksy had painted his awesome piece on Scott Street Bridge. With people from near and far visiting the industrial area to view this cultural asset, a collective of local street artists decided that a lot more could be done.

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By Simon Wilson | 10/06/2019

Quarrying for limestone probably began in Roman times. In 1791 Benjamin Outram and Samuel Beresford bought land for a quarry to supply limestone to their new ironworks at Butterley. This became known as Hilt’s Quarry, and the stone was transported down a steep wagonway, the Butterley Company Gangroad, to the Cromford Canal at Bullbridge. Near there they also built lime kilns for supplying farmers and for the increasing amount of building work. Apart from a period when it was leased to Albert Banks, the quarry and kilns were operated by the Butterley Company until 1933.

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By Simon Wilson | 02/02/2019

On Saturday Night we went to Stockbridge Bypass – Deemed one of Britain’s Most Haunted Roads. The Stocksbridge Bypass is a part of the A616 that links Newark-on-Trent in Nottinghamshire with the M1 motorway at Junction 30 then again from Junction 35A through to Huddersfield in West Yorkshire.

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By Simon Wilson | 05/12/2018

The Annison funeral parlour building dates back to 1876 when it was built to house there cart manufacturing business with stables for the horses. The Annison family then moved into the funeral business for which they are now known. Walking through the old building remnants of the funeral parlour still remain.

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By Simon Wilson | 04/11/2018

What a better place to spend Halloween than with your paranormal buddies in a ghostly and ghoulish Lancashire beauty spot, where a notorious witches coven was rounded up 400 years ago for the Pendle witch trials.

The trials of the Pendle witches in 1612 are among the most famous witch trials in English history, and some of the best recorded of the 17th century. The twelve accused lived in the area surrounding Pendle Hill in Lancashire, and were charged with the murders of ten people by the use of witchcraft.

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By Simon Wilson | 26/10/2018

When it comes to haunted objects, especially haunted dolls my thoughts are generally, they are just a word touted around to make the item more desirable for purchase in a circus of a market.

I do believe a majority of objects deemed as haunted are in deed nothing more then just objects. A minority of haunted items could have attachments; and by that, I mean a spirit could have an attachment to an item, in the same was it does to a building or a location.

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By Simon Wilson | 21/10/2018

Standing outside this huge Gothic church was enough to make me forget about the 2 1/2 hour nightmare drive I had to endure to get here.
Along with Spookology, we investigated this grade 1 building. On the night we had full investigation rights to the cellar, bell tower, and the church itself.

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Welcome to Paranormal Urbexing - Lincolnshire and Humberside's paranormal team and urban explorers.

We are a couple of investigators who have the correct motives, passion and drive for the paranormal and urban exploring, we are not out to film ourselves on camera, or push out one hour of video every week to YouTube; it’s purely about what we are attempting to capture and, also through urban exploring - emerge you in these beautiful abandoned or decaying buildings we have the privilege of exploring.

Between us - over twenty-five years of experience of living with the paranormal and working in the paranormal field.

We bring you anomalies worthy of a second look; our mission statement is simple: To try to capture on video what we have experienced throughout various stages of our lives, and to give hope, in a field rapidly losing all hope.

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