Spooks Events Paranormal Challenge

Spooks Events Paranormal Challenge What about if you were the Paranormal Investigator. What about if you had all the right Ghost Hunting Equipment and you had to gather the evidence. Does that sound more interesting? Spooks Events Paranormal Challenge will be coming soon. A Ghost Hunt Event but totally different to the rest. Never mind [...]

Guys Cliffe House Ghost Hunting Event Report

Guys Cliffe House Ghost Hunting Event Report 26.10.13 The Spooks Events Ghost Hunt at Guys Cliffe House was an interesting Overnight Event .  Dating back to Saxon times as a secluded place of worship, Guys Cliffe House stands proud expressing it’s prominent presence within the Warwickshire county. The building has many dark and ominous areas, with numerous internal rooms. This includes a chapel and Freemasons Masonic Temple. The outside areas are no less daunting with the underground wine cellar, hidden away caves and large foreboding stables and out buildings. Paranormal Goings On […]

Spooks Events Ghost Hunts New Website Launch

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The Spooks Events Ghost Hunt Team has made sure to upload all the Paranormal Evidence from our latest Ghost Hunt Events, there are new EVP's, Ghostly pictures and Ghost Hunt video footage. We have worked hard in designing and creating a more user friendly website for our guests and followers. All the same great features and [...]

Haden Hill Old House Ghost Hunt Report

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text] Haden Hill Old House Ghost Hunting Event Report 03.08.13 The Spooks Events team and guests were investigating Haden Hill Old House, West Midlands. We have hosted our Ghost Hunts at this Haunted House on many occasions, with good success at capturing Paranormal Evidence. The same with all Spooks Events Ghost Hunts, we had equipment setup around the house. This includes many EVP Recorders, Night Vision Camcorders and various trigger objects which can detect Paranormal Activity. At the beginning of the night we ventured around the Haunted House as a whole group to see what activity we could experience. Whilst in the kitchen we had K2 meters, Mel Meter and IR Thermometers to identify any changes in the temperature or EM Fields. […]

Clitheroe Castle Ghost Hunt Report

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text] Clitheroe Castle Ghost Hunt Report Report 17.02.12 Built around the time of 1186 by Robert De Lacy, the castle was an administrative centre for his estate. During the 14th century the Earl of Lancaster inherited the property, but after his execution it became part of the royal estates. Charles II then gave the property to the first Duke of Albernarle, who helped him regain the throne in 1660. Standing isolated on a rocky hill of limestone about 35 meters above the River Ribble’s valley floor, the keep of Clitheroe Castle is a prominent landmark for both the county and the town itself. The layout of the castle consists of an outer bailey, an inner bailey and the keep with its curtain wall and a gate house. Like all the best things in Lancashire, it has several claims to fame: it is one of the oldest buildings in the county; the castle is said to be the second smallest keep in England with rooms reaching only twenty foot square and it is the only remaining castle in Lancashire which had a royalist battalion during the Civil War. […]

Oxford Castle Ghost Hunting Event

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]   Oxford Castle Ghost Hunt Events Report 11.10.11 Oxford Castle was originally one of the many castles built by the Normans following their invasion of England in 1066. Building work on this Norman motte and bailey castle began in 1071, the motte referring to the huge mound which was built to protect the wooden fortification placed at the top. The mound, twenty feet high, still survives. As the Norman period continued stone towers and walls were added, the castle serving as a prison as well as a defensive position. Oxford Castle is then thought to have played a role in the turbulent power struggle that marked the end of William the Conqueror’s direct line. […]