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History & Haunting
Drakelow tunnels were constructed as part of the ministry of aircrafts shadow factory scheme for use by Rover in WWII and were primarily used as storage and workshops.
Drakelow tunnels have been used since the 1950’s, initially during the cold war. The site was used by the Ministry of Supply for storage purposes and then around 1958, part of the tunnel site was developed by the home office as a regional seat of government. The tunnels were exposed in 1963 during a demonstration held there by the West Midlands Committee. Later home defence schemes saw the tunnels utilised as a sub-regional control, sub-regional headquarters and finally regional government headquarters.
There have been countless reports of paranormal activity in Drakelow tunnels by both visitors and staff. Faces pearing around corners and dark shadows moving are some of the most common eye witness reports, along with the sounds of footsteps moving towards you but nobody is there, voices, growls and white mists are also common. People have reported being grabbed and having objects thrown at them from unseen hands.
This is one extremely dark and sinister location for a ghost hunt and is not for the feint hearted.
* Work in smaller and more personal groups
* Take part in a variety of activities such as ouija boards, table tipping, glass divination, seances etc.
* Access to ghost hunting equipment such as K-II Meter, EDI+ Meter, Spirit Box, Ghost Meter, Trigger Objects and more
* Opportunities to conduct lone vigils
* A friendly and experienced team of investigators offering support and advice throughout the night
* Hot and cold drinks and light snacks available throughout the night and included in the cost
* Qualified first aider present
* Fully insured event
* Access to areas of the building made available to us