Venture into the heart of Woodchester Mansion, where phantoms and disembodied singing beckon from the shadows. Join us for an unforgettable night of paranormal investigation as we unravel the mysteries that lurk within this unfinished masterpiece.

Event Time: 9:00 PM – 3:00 AM

Event Price: £69 per person

Address: Woodchester Mansion, B4066, Nympsfield, Stonehouse GL10 3TS

Your Ghost Hunt at Woodchester Mansion

Welcome to the infamous Woodchester Mansion! A house like no other. With countless spiritual manifestations, terrifying sounds, and poltergeist activity, Woodchester is a location where only the brave will dare tread…

Dive deep into the heart of Woodchester Mansion, an architectural marvel that stands as a testament to the grandeur of Gothic design and the mysteries within its stone walls.

Nestled amidst dense woodlands, the mansion offers no quick escape for those who might wish to flee its haunting embrace.

As the sun sets and darkness takes hold, the mansion transforms into a realm of shadows, where the line between the living and the dead blurs.

The Hauntings

Woodchester Mansion is renowned for its intense paranormal activity. Over the years, numerous accounts of ghostly encounters have been documented:

Sinister Spirits

The mansion’s corridors are said to be haunted by oppressive spirits, making it a daunting challenge for even the most seasoned ghost hunters. EVP recordings, extreme temperature fluctuations, and even apparitions have been reported.

Poltergeist Activity

The mansion is notorious for its unnerving poltergeist activity. Shadows flit across walls, strange noises echo through its halls, and many have reported a feeling of being watched. Some have even witnessed stones being hurled from unseen hands and a towering dark mass that roams the corridors, sending shivers down the spines of those who encounter it.

Soldiers from the Past

Woodchester Mansion was a billet for Canadian and American troops during World War II. A tragic accident during a training exercise led to the deaths of several soldiers, whose bodies were temporarily stored in the mansion. Their restless spirits are said to roam the rooms still, a sombre reminder of the mansion’s wartime history.

More Paranormal Experiences

  • Eerie Melodies: Many visitors have reported hearing the haunting strains of a girl singing an Irish air, reminiscent of times long past. Alongside this, the unmistakable tunes of 1940s music occasionally drift through the mansion’s halls, adding to its enigmatic aura.
  • Strange Scents: In the chapel, there’s a distinct aroma that wafts through the air, reminiscent of recently extinguished candles. This olfactory experience often leaves visitors pondering who might have been there just moments before their arrival.
  • Unseen Presences: The mansion is alive with sounds that hint at unseen entities. Loud bangs resonate without a discernible source, and footsteps echo through its rooms, suggesting the presence of someone just out of sight.
  • Stones from Nowhere: An especially unsettling phenomenon is the sudden appearance of small stones. These aren’t mere drops from above; some are said to travel at high speeds and in a horizontal direction, as if thrown by an invisible hand.
  • Mysterious Lights: The mansion is also known for its strange lights. These can be stationary or moving, casting an eerie glow in the darkest corners. Intriguingly, while many have witnessed these lights, they’ve proven elusive to capture on camera.

With these added mysteries, Woochester Mansion stands as a beacon for those seeking to understand the unknown. Every corner, every shadow, holds a story waiting to be uncovered. Whether it’s the ethereal music from bygone eras or the inexplicable phenomena that challenge our understanding of the world, the mansion promises a journey into the heart of the supernatural.

Spots will fill up quickly for this one, so hurry and book now!

Deposits are available for just £20.

Woodchester Mansion History

Woodchester Mansion is the second grand structure to grace its location. The original building, a Georgian country house named Spring Park, was demolished to make way for the current mansion. However, the mansion remains unfinished.

Legend has it that in 1868, construction workers mysteriously abandoned their tools and fled, never to return. Whispers of dark energies, odd deaths, and even a murder during the construction have fueled speculations about the reasons behind their sudden departure.

What's Included?

For just £69 per person you will enjoy:

  • Use of our equipment which includes, ghost hunting gadgets and mediumship tools,
  • Expert advice and discussion about the paranormal,
  • Taking part in spiritual experiments including séances and glass divination,
  • Ghost hunting vigils in the dark,
  • Exclusive access to the location, including all the most haunted areas,
  • Friendly and experienced team offering help and advice,
  • Your chance to ghost hunt in a haunted location at night!

Event Location: Woodchester Mansion, B4066, Nympsfield, Stonehouse GL10 3TS

Time: 9:00 PM – 3:00 AM (Arrive from earliest 8:30 PM)

Parking: There is free onsite parking.

Accessibility: Due to the historic nature of the venue, the location is unfortunately not wheelchair friendly. The location is also not suitable for those with mobility issues.

Please Note: All guests must be 18 years or older. Not suitable for those who are heavily pregnant. Guests are strongly advised to wear comfortable shoes and warm layered clothing on colder nights.

What to Bring?

You’re welcome to bring your own equipment, though we will be providing paranormal equipment to use.

The investigation will be in darkness so please bring a torch with you.

Although snacks and drinks are provided, you’re welcome to bring your own. There are also facilities to make both hot and cold drinks, which are provided also.

And of course, bring your phone/camera with you, the more pictures we have the better chance we have of capturing something!

Other than that, just yourself and an open mind!

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