Kelvedon Hatch Ghost Hunt & Optional Sleepover • Fri 4 Sept
Light a candle, find a comfy seat and delve into The Ghost Book. Discover haunted places, spooky stories and book yourself a ghost hunt, if you dare?
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Ghost Hunts

HISTORY

Kelvedon Hatch (Not So) Secret Bunker was built in 1952 during The Cold War. It was an RAF ROTOR station and was capable of protecting up to 600 people in the event of a nuclear attack. After this time, the building was also used as civil defence centre, and Regional Government headquarters.

Before the land was purchased by the government, it belonged to a farm. During the construction of the building and tunnels, an ancient burial site was discovered. 

The site now acts as a Cold War museum and a paranormal events venue. 

 

HAUNTINGS

The spirits that reside at Kelvedon are varied. There are the expected military personnel seen around the tunnels. There is also a tall, elderly lady who walks the site. And then there is the dark figure. This entity is said to be malevolent, and from a time long before the bunker was built. Could this be where the ancient burial ground being disturbed comes into play?

Feelings of dread and foreboding are common amongst visitors. Loud unexplained bangs are often heard and bad smells have been experienced. Growls have been heard, stones have been thrown at people and dark shadows are often seen. Dare you brave the tunnels? 

Read a full account of the bunkers’s history and hauntings here. 

 

 

YOUR HOSTS: Haunting Nights   

YOUR EVENT: During the night you will have the chance to use various methods of ghost hunting to include Victorian seances, Ouija boards, table tipping and glass moving as well as the more up to date methods.

Parking is free onsite

This event comes with an option to sleepover until 9am in the very rooms you have been investigating.

If you are planning to sleepover you will need to bring  a sleeping bag and pillow.

Tea/coffee and squash along with crisps and biscuits will be available.

Wear warm layered clothing as it gets cold throughout the night.

Wear flat gripped footwear.