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.
Firth Brown is a former medical centre would have been used to treat injured workers and although not quite underground its buried behind a large wall with a small access space and under a car-park; its sadly now in a serious state of decay, however still worthy of a visit.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Last night myself and Charlene ventured into the depths of Shining Cliff Woods. A long trek in complete darkness our destination was this 2,000-year-old tree inspired the nursery rhyme “Rock-a-bye Baby.” Deep within the Shining Cliff Woods stand the splintered remains of an ancient yew tree known as Betty Kenny’s tree. Centuries before vandals set the mighty plant ablaze, the roughly 2,000-year-old tree inspired a nursery rhyme still crooned to infants today.
Myself and Charlene went back to the chalk works last night for a brief investigation.. We walked the same route as the previous night; last time we was aware of a track to the left hand side of the building.. We went to investigate this.. am pretty sure it was the old railway line… We jumped the fence and headed after a brief pause to remove my jeans which had become impaled on the barbed wire down the now pathway..
This was the second time I have investigated Doncaster Air Museum; I have created a map based on google maps, and highlighted the two areas I investigated on the night… The hanger and Building 19.
As a group we began investigating building 19;
With a few of my friends from Spookology we decided to join a large public event at Wentworth Woodhouse. Wentworth Woodhouse, standing in a park of 250 acres & situated about four miles from Rotherham, with its East Front of over 600 feet & its courts & buildings covering three acres or more of ground, is ranked as perhaps the very largest of the country palaces; on the surface it sounds the perfect place for a investigation?