Charlton House is a Grade I listed building in London with royal ties.
Building started in 1607 and it was to provide residence for the nobleman Sir Adam Newton. Adam was the tutor to James I’s son Prince Henry. Prince Henry was the older brother to the future King Charles I. Many original features remain in the house. The Jenkins Room has an oak fireplace with the date 1612 carved into it.
The building has been used for many things over the years. The building was used as a hospital known as the Auxiliary Hospital during World War I, and offered convalescence for soldiers. The hospital closed in April 1919. During this war, the building was also the headquarters for the Red Cross. During its history, the building has also been used as a museum and a library. It is now a community centre and includes a book and toy library. Charlton House now also provides a wedding venue, as well as a ghost hunt location.
There are dark secrets hidden in Charlton House. A mummified body of a baby was found in an old fireplace during restoration work.
Dark shadows and full bodied apparitions are seen. Doorknobs are rattled by unseen hands.
Dare you spend the night in Charlton House to search for answers?
YOUR HOSTS: Twilight Ghost Hunts
YOUR EVENT: To be confirmed…..