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16 - 18 November 2019 - Chillingham Castle, Northumberland
A whole weekend was spent in the Grey apartment with two minor incidents to report, both during ‘controlled’ sessions. One investigator felt like something brushed past the underside of their chair in the hallway and another heard shuffling in the Courtyard. It’s likely that both incidents have rational explanations but were the only events worthy of noting.
24 September 2019 - Rowton Moor, Chester
We primarily focused on the field where the "clopping" sound was heard last year and once again we had another audible incident at 9:16pm when we heard what can only be described as a "loud determined thud/bang" twice in succession. This was short range and totally different to the ongoing background noise that could be heard all evening. It could simply have been something falling from one of the nearby trees, however we could not establish the cause so it remains unsolved.
15 June 2019 - St Botolph's Church, Skidbrooke, Lincolnshire
The church was last used in 1973 and is now looked after by the Churches Conservation Trust. It is said to be highly active with paranormal activity. Such is it's reputation, even some of the locals refuse to visit the church. We had one interesting incident when one investigator felt "weighted to the spot" in one of the corners of the church.
27 April 2019 - Royal Mills, Manchester
19 April 2019 - Private Residence, Birkenhead
6-8 April 2019 - Chillingham Castle, Northumberland
We returned again for our third investigation at Chillingham Castle in Northumberland, this time focusing on the Lookout Apartment. In the early hours of Sunday at 2:19am, an investigator felt a gentle tug on the back of his jacket in the ground floor corridor outside the Landseer. Also at 7:01am in the double bedroom of the Lookout, an investigator felt like something touched/hand pressed their knee which was hanging out of the blanket. I think we are now getting the gist of the activity at Chillingham whereby the incidents seem to be very subtle and individual personal accounts.
21 March 2019 - St Edith's Churchyard, Shocklach
One interesting incident to report from our vigil. At 9:49pm we were sitting around chatting when we suddenly heard what can only be described as someone agreeing or acknowledging us. The location was thought to be somewhere between the main gate and the car park.
24 February 2019 - Woodlands Hall Hotel, Ruthin
Two incidents to report. Sometime between 2:15 am and 2:30 am a very loud thud like a door being slammed was heard from the floor below the Tower Room. The second incident was at 2:30am when we heard what sounded like the door being locked from inside the Shakespeare Room.
16 February 2019 - Nab Cottage, Lake District
During one of the first sessions quite early on in the evening, one of our investigators discovered that a lamp in room one had been knocked over. Two investigators who were in the room prior to this said the lamp was upright when they had left the room. Again in room one, an investigators slept in this room and whilst getting ready in the morning, she noticed that the lampshade on the other side of the room had tilted. She straightened it and it was stiff to straighten so unsure how it could have happened. Unfortunately we had no cameras in this room although the investigator had filmed the room prior to starting the investigation the night before and it was at a slightly different angle.
12 January 2019 - The Olde Nursery, Rock Ferry
Reputedly a very active venue in which there were a few incidents worthy of noting. At 9:34pm, an "exhale" sound was heard from one of the corridors but unfortunately was ruled out after audio analysis. However, during the final session in Classroom Two, an investigator felt she was pinched on the arm at 2:30am and another was poked in the back a couple of minutes after. Some light anomalies were seen in the Main Deck but there was probably a rational explanation for these.
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