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Kelvedon Hatch Ghost Hunts, Kelvedon Hatch Secret Nuclear Bunker, Essex

Address: Kelvedon Hall Ln
Kelvedon Hatch
Brentwood
CM14 5TL

Kelvedon Hatch Secret Nuclear Bunker in Kelvedon Hatch Essex, is one of the best locations you can choose to go ghost hunting. A ghost hunt at Kelvedon Hatch offers you a truly unique experience. With only a small unit building visible above ground, below there is an expansive facility that harbours some unnerving spaces that are very active and very frightening.

Your Kelvedon Hatch ghost hunt will give you the chance to witness one of the many reports of paranormal first hand. These reports include but are not limited to full bodied apparitions, poltergeist activity, disembodied voices, and the constant feeling of someone watching on. Even hardened paranormal investigators won’t walk these corridors alone! This just proves how haunted this location really is.

 

Ghost Hunts at Kelvedon Hatch Bunker

If you’re truly brave enough to join a ghost hunt at Kelvedon Hatch bunker then you are in for one really exciting yet terrifying experience! This location is unique in the fact that it’s situated in the middle of nowhere, and lies 125 feet beneath ground! If this doesn’t daunt you and you want the ultimate ghost hunting experience, you may want to look for one of the nights that a sleepover is included as part of your night. This is only available on select nights so ask if you’re unsure if your date includes this.

The most haunted areas of the bunker are the generator rooms, the dormitories, and the medical rooms. They have all proven to be very active, with many reports of ghostly figures seemingly approaching you, poltergeist activity and many other terrifying occurrences. An overnight ghost hunt at Kelvedon Hatch Secret Nuclear Bunker is a truly unforgettable experience. Join us for a ghost hunt at this incredibly haunted location and witness for yourself what exists beneath ground of this extremely daunting location! The question is, are you brave enough?

 

Kelvedon Hatch Bunker Ghosts

Kelvedon Hatch has featured on many prominent ghost hunting TV shows. Ghost hunts here have appeared on shows such as Most Haunted, Great British Ghosts and others. Although never used for its original purpose the location has a lot of history of the paranormal. One story comes from the time when the bunker was first being built. During initial construction the facility required tons and tons of concrete, which was being poured 24/7 for a number of weeks. One morning during workers found a site foreman’s hat was found sat in the wet concrete but the man was nowhere to be found, and it was assumed that he was buried in the very walls that he was helping construct.

It’s also known that there was ancient burial ground dug up during the construction of the facility, there was also believed to be a suicide by one of the workers on the main stairwell.

During the years there have been many paranormal reports at Kelvedon Hatch. Perhaps the most common occurrence is poltergeist activity, with many first hand accounts of things being thrown. There are also full bodied apparitions that appear throughout the location. Growls and thumping sounds have also been heard. On one occasion on an investigation a group was gathered in one of the generator rooms when all of a sudden a generator fired up frightening the life out of everyone inside. This is particularly strange as this generator is never switched on! There is also a malicious spirit which wanders the service tunnels and sick-bay dormitory is a particular active area.

 

Brief History of Kelvedon Hatch Secret Nuclear Bunker

Kelvedon Hatch Bunker was constructed in 1952 and was originally intended to house military personnel, skilled civilians, and perhaps event the Prime Minister in the event of a nuclear attack. Situated in the middle of dense Essex woodland, the bunker wasn’t made public knowledge until 1992 when it was decommissioned.

Built beneath ground to a depth of 125 feet, above the facility is an inconspicuous looking bungalow nestled away amongst the trees. This serves as the main entrance to the facility which then leads to a service tunnel that stretches 300 feet, above which are 2 more levels that include the generator rooms, dormitories, hospital wing, and command centre posts. The facility was manned up until 1992, when it was deemed surplus to requirements amid costs of £3 million a year. It was then sold at a closed bid public auction by the Government to the original owner of the land, the Parrish family. Hence why it’s now privately owned.

 

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