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Ghost Hunt at Fort Amherst (February)
Venue: Fort Amherst · Location: Chatham, Kent
Date: 4th February 2017 · Time: 8:00pm until 2:00am · Tickets: £40 Per Person

Fort Amherst (February)
Tea/Coffee provided
Tea/Coffee provided
Car park on site
Car park on site
Wear sensible footwear
Wear sensible footwear
Lots of Walking
Lots of Walking
Over 18s only
Over 18s only
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Fort Amherst in Chatham, Kent was built to protect Chatham Dockyard after the invasion by the Dutch in 1667 which raided the River Medway and attacked Chatham's Royal Dockyard.

In 1708 plans were beginning to be drawn up to construct a fortification to protect the Royal Dockyard from a land based attack.
In 1714 land was bought for the construction of the fortifications but work did not start until 1755.
Part of the site chosen included a chalk pit with a number of caves. These caves were extended between 1776 and 1805 to provide an underground labyrinth of tunnels, protected underground gun positions and protection in the event of a siege. The tunnels contain many interesting and important features including a well, privies, loopholed defences, cannon positions and defendable gateways.
To ensure the protection of the Dockyard, three defendable gateways were constructed to control and defend access into the area protected by the Chatham Lines.

In 1820 the defences were declared obsolete due to better artillery equipment with a greater firing range. The whole of the fortifications were used as a training ground during the Victorian period, the practice sieges were so popular that thousands of people came to Chatham to watch them.

During WWII the tunnels were utilised by the Anti-Invasion Planning Unit and Civil Defence, who used a section as their headquarters. This is where Civil Defence was co-ordinated for the North Kent area in the event of bombing as well as support and assistance to the general public after such an incident. A section of the tunnels has been reconstructed into the Civil Defence HQ as it was in 1939.


Date: 4th February 2017

Time: 8:00pm until 2:00am
Ticket Price Per Person: £40

Tickets Available: 9
Minimum Guest Age: 18 years old.

Deposit payment available (£20 per person)
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Ghost Hunt at Pilgrims Way (April)
Venue: Pilgrims Way Woods · Location: Boxley, nr Maidstone, Kent
Date: 21st April 2017 · Time: 11:00pm until 2:00am · Tickets: £15 Per Person

Pilgrims Way (April)
Car park on site
Car park on site
Outdoor Event
Outdoor Event
Lots of Walking
Lots of Walking
Over 16s only
Over 16s only

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The Pilgrims Way in Kent is the historic route supposed to have been taken by pilgrims from Winchester in Hampshire, England, to the shrine of Thomas Becket at Canterbury in Kent. This name is somewhat misleading, as the route follows closely a pre-existing ancient trackway dated by archaeological finds to 500-450 BC, but probably in existence since the stone age, following the 'natural causeway' east to west on the southern slopes of the North Downs.

This woodland is just off the Pilgrims Way road (which in recent times has been closed to traffic) and is near Maidstone.

A horse-drawn coach is said to haunt this road, its occupants unseen and unknown.

On inspection of Pilgrims Way wood, all those present felt weird sensations and a disorientating feeling, the trees seemed to be watching!


Date: 21st April 2017

Time: 11:00pm until 2:00am
Ticket Price Per Person: £15

Tickets Available: 6
Minimum Guest Age: 16 years old.
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Ghost Hunt at Weardale Manor Ruin (April)
Venue: Weardale Manor Ruin · Location: Brasted, Kent
Date: 28th April 2017 · Time: 11:00pm until 2:00am · Tickets: £15 Per Person

Weardale Manor Ruin (April)
Car park on site
Car park on site
Outdoor Event
Outdoor Event
Wear sensible footwear
Wear sensible footwear
Warm clothing advised
Warm clothing advised
Lots of Walking
Lots of Walking
Over 18s only
Over 18s only

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Weardale Manor Ruin, Brasted

In 1295, Robert Toys paid 12d to the Manor of Otford for the right to keep pigs in Otford Woods and it is likely that he or his family gave their name to this area of Brasted Chart. Toys Hill was part of the Common of Brasted Chart where local people kept pigs and cattle, gathered peat and firewood and quarried Chertstone for their roads and buildings.

In 1906 Philip Stanhope, 1st Baron Weardale, built a substantial house here - the highest point on the greensand ridge north of the weald. From this high vantage point four counties can be seem. Little is known of the house other than it had 145 rooms and contained a magnificent 12ft wide mahogany staircase. It was only used in the summer months. After his death the house quickly fell into disrepair and by 1939 was a derelict ruin. The house was demolished at the start of WW2 as it was belived that it would be a navigational aid for any German bombers wishing to target Chartwell, the residence of the Winston Churchill, which was directly west of the house, less than 1 mile away. The foundations and garden terrace are still visible today.

All that remains of Weardale is a lawn and terrace. Weardale Manor was a grand house, country home to Lord and Lady Weardale in the early part of the twentieth century.

The Bat Tower was the inspiration of the National Trust. They felt the disused water tower could be turned into a hibernation site for bats. The Tower was built in 1906 and stands at the highest point on the Greensand Ridge in Kent.


Date: 28th April 2017

Time: 11:00pm until 2:00am
Ticket Price Per Person: £15

Tickets Available: 10
Minimum Guest Age: 18 years old.
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Ghost Hunt at Fort Borstal (April)
Venue: Fort Borstal · Location: Rochester, Kent
Date: 29th April 2017 · Time: 8:00pm until 2:00am · Tickets: £45 Per Person

Fort Borstal (April)
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Tea/Coffee provided
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Car park on site
Lots of Stairs
Lots of Stairs
Over 18s only
Over 18s only

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Fort Borstal, Rochester, Kent was built as an afterthought from the 1859 Royal Commission on the Defence of the United Kingdom, by convict labour between 1875 and 1885, to hold the high ground southwest of Rochester, South East England.

During the First World War the fort was used as a stop off point for troops and stores travelling to France, as was Fort Amherst nearby, after this the fort was used by a T. A. unit, namely the 166 City of Rochester Battery Royal Artillery, for training. The fort was also occupied by a detachment of the Royal Marines from nearby Chatham.

In the Second World War four 4.5" anti-aircraft guns were installed above the front casemates, each gun was set into a permanent concrete emplacement. Ammunition was transported to the guns via a light railway. The fire control post was situated above the rear casemates, most of the casemates were used as magazines for the A.A guns ammunition. During this time many locals believed Fort Borstal was the home of a 'Big Bertha' Gun, this belief was due to the guns being electronically fired simultaneously giving off a massive boom and sounding like just one large gun being fired. The gunners were accommodated within the fort but other personnel stationed here were housed in a large hutted camp just outside the entrance where the NAAFI could be found.

After the war the fort fell under the Royal Artillery Care and Maintenance Unit. The fort was taken over by the Home Office in 1961 and into the care of the Borstal Institution where it was used as a pigsty and store.

Since the Fort has been under private ownership we are the only paranormal company to investigate this Fort.


Date: 29th April 2017

Time: 8:00pm until 2:00am
Ticket Price Per Person: £45

Tickets Available: 20
Minimum Guest Age: 18 years old.

Deposit payment available (£20 per person)
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Ghost Hunt at Oldbury Hill Fort (May)
Venue: Oldbury Hill Fort · Location: Sevenoaks, Kent
Date: 12th May 2017 · Time: 11:00pm until 2:00am · Tickets: £15 Per Person

Oldbury Hill Fort (May)
Car park on site
Car park on site
Outdoor Event
Outdoor Event
Wear sensible footwear
Wear sensible footwear
Warm clothing advised
Warm clothing advised
Lots of Walking
Lots of Walking
Lots of Stairs
Lots of Stairs
Over 16s only
Over 16s only

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Oldbury Hill and Styants Wood, nr Sevenoaks.

On the summit of Oldbury Hill, commanding a powerfully defensive position, is one of the finest Iron Age hill-forts in the Medway, with substantial earth ramparts two miles in length. The huge Iron Age fort was built sometime between 150 and 50 BC. Ancient woodland, scrub and relic heathland disguise its complete outline.

The small caves and shallow rock shelters in the sandstone ridge were probably used by paleolithic man.


Date: 12th May 2017

Time: 11:00pm until 2:00am
Ticket Price Per Person: £15

Tickets Available: 12
Minimum Guest Age: 16 years old.
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Ghost Hunt at Weardale Manor Ruin (May)
Venue: Weardale Manor Ruin · Location: Brasted, Kent
Date: 26th May 2017 · Time: 11:00pm until 2:00am · Tickets: £15 Per Person

Weardale Manor Ruin (May)
Car park on site
Car park on site
Outdoor Event
Outdoor Event
Lots of Walking
Lots of Walking
Over 18s only
Over 18s only

12

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Weardale Manor Ruin, Brasted

In 1295, Robert Toys paid 12d to the Manor of Otford for the right to keep pigs in Otford Woods and it is likely that he or his family gave their name to this area of Brasted Chart. Toys Hill was part of the Common of Brasted Chart where local people kept pigs and cattle, gathered peat and firewood and quarried Chertstone for their roads and buildings.

In 1906 Philip Stanhope, 1st Baron Weardale, built a substantial house here - the highest point on the greensand ridge north of the weald. From this high vantage point four counties can be seem. Little is known of the house other than it had 145 rooms and contained a magnificent 12ft wide mahogany staircase. It was only used in the summer months. After his death the house quickly fell into disrepair and by 1939 was a derelict ruin. The house was demolished at the start of WW2 as it was belived that it would be a navigational aid for any German bombers wishing to target Chartwell, the residence of the Winston Churchill, which was directly west of the house, less than 1 mile away. The foundations and garden terrace are still visible today.

All that remains of Weardale is a lawn and terrace. Weardale Manor was a grand house, country home to Lord and Lady Weardale in the early part of the twentieth century.

The Bat Tower was the inspiration of the National Trust. They felt the disused water tower could be turned into a hibernation site for bats. The Tower was built in 1906 and stands at the highest point on the Greensand Ridge in Kent.


Date: 26th May 2017

Time: 11:00pm until 2:00am
Ticket Price Per Person: £15

Tickets Available: 12
Minimum Guest Age: 18 years old.
Read previous customer Feedback/Testimonials from this location.
Read previous Investigation Reports from this location

Ghost Hunt at Oldbury Hill Fort (June)
Venue: Oldbury Hill Fort · Location: Sevenoaks, Kent
Date: 9th June 2017 · Time: 11:00pm until 2:00am · Tickets: £15 Per Person

Oldbury Hill Fort (June)
Car park on site
Car park on site
Outdoor Event
Outdoor Event
Lots of Walking
Lots of Walking
Lots of Stairs
Lots of Stairs
Over 18s only
Over 18s only

12

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Oldbury Hill and Styants Wood, nr Sevenoaks.

On the summit of Oldbury Hill, commanding a powerfully defensive position, is one of the finest Iron Age hill-forts in the Medway, with substantial earth ramparts two miles in length. The huge Iron Age fort was built sometime between 150 and 50 BC. Ancient woodland, scrub and relic heathland disguise its complete outline.

The small caves and shallow rock shelters in the sandstone ridge were probably used by paleolithic man.


Date: 9th June 2017

Time: 11:00pm until 2:00am
Ticket Price Per Person: £15

Tickets Available: 12
Minimum Guest Age: 18 years old.
Read previous customer Feedback/Testimonials from this location.
Read previous Investigation Reports from this location

Ghost Hunt at Pilgrims Way (June)
Venue: Pilgrims Way Woods · Location: Boxley, nr Maidstone, Kent
Date: 23rd June 2017 · Time: 11:00pm until 2:00am · Tickets: £15 Per Person

Pilgrims Way (June)
Car park on site
Car park on site
Outdoor Event
Outdoor Event
Wear sensible footwear
Wear sensible footwear
Lots of Walking
Lots of Walking
Over 16s only
Over 16s only

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The Pilgrims Way in Kent is the historic route supposed to have been taken by pilgrims from Winchester in Hampshire, England, to the shrine of Thomas Becket at Canterbury in Kent. This name is somewhat misleading, as the route follows closely a pre-existing ancient trackway dated by archaeological finds to 500-450 BC, but probably in existence since the stone age, following the 'natural causeway' east to west on the southern slopes of the North Downs.

This woodland is just off the Pilgrims Way road (which in recent times has been closed to traffic) and is near Maidstone.

A horse-drawn coach is said to haunt this road, its occupants unseen and unknown.

On inspection of Pilgrims Way wood, all those present felt weird sensations and a disorientating feeling, the trees seemed to be watching!


Date: 23rd June 2017

Time: 11:00pm until 2:00am
Ticket Price Per Person: £15

Tickets Available: 8
Minimum Guest Age: 16 years old.
Read previous Investigation Reports from this location

Ghost Hunt at Weardale Manor Ruin (June)
Venue: Weardale Manor Ruin · Location: Brasted, Kent
Date: 30th June 2017 · Time: 11:00pm until 2:00am · Tickets: £15 Per Person

Weardale Manor Ruin (June)
Car park on site
Car park on site
Outdoor Event
Outdoor Event
Wear sensible footwear
Wear sensible footwear
Lots of Walking
Lots of Walking
Over 18s only
Over 18s only

12

Tickets Available

Book your Place

Weardale Manor Ruin, Brasted

In 1295, Robert Toys paid 12d to the Manor of Otford for the right to keep pigs in Otford Woods and it is likely that he or his family gave their name to this area of Brasted Chart. Toys Hill was part of the Common of Brasted Chart where local people kept pigs and cattle, gathered peat and firewood and quarried Chertstone for their roads and buildings.

In 1906 Philip Stanhope, 1st Baron Weardale, built a substantial house here - the highest point on the greensand ridge north of the weald. From this high vantage point four counties can be seem. Little is known of the house other than it had 145 rooms and contained a magnificent 12ft wide mahogany staircase. It was only used in the summer months. After his death the house quickly fell into disrepair and by 1939 was a derelict ruin. The house was demolished at the start of WW2 as it was belived that it would be a navigational aid for any German bombers wishing to target Chartwell, the residence of the Winston Churchill, which was directly west of the house, less than 1 mile away. The foundations and garden terrace are still visible today.

All that remains of Weardale is a lawn and terrace. Weardale Manor was a grand house, country home to Lord and Lady Weardale in the early part of the twentieth century.

The Bat Tower was the inspiration of the National Trust. They felt the disused water tower could be turned into a hibernation site for bats. The Tower was built in 1906 and stands at the highest point on the Greensand Ridge in Kent.


Date: 30th June 2017

Time: 11:00pm until 2:00am
Ticket Price Per Person: £15

Tickets Available: 12
Minimum Guest Age: 18 years old.


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