Your Ghost Hunt at Llancaiach Fawr Manor
Join Haunted Rooms for a thrilling night of real paranormal investigating at one of the most haunted houses in Wales
Do you have what it takes to investigate this ancient manor house, in the dead of night? A location where the apparitions of former servants and past owners make themselves known in frightening circumstances!
A location so ominous, visitors have broken down in tears, running for the exit, swearing never to return…
Every room inside Llancaiach Manor has a spooky story to tell. Many things have been seen, felt and experienced by people who work in the manor, as well as those who visit.
The most infamous spectral figure in the manor is that of the 19th-century housekeeper known as “Mattie”. The rustling of her petticoats has been heard in her former bedchamber, where she tragically died many years ago.
There is also the ghost of the little boy who fell 40 feet to his death from one of the windows on the upper floors. He makes his presence felt to visitors and employees by tugging at their sleeves or hair. He would sometimes slip his hands on the person in the room as if beckoning them to take him home.
It is reported that former owner, Edward Prichard, is seen, often dressed in his Civil War regalia, contemplating the turmoil and the support of the King.
There is also the much talked about the puzzle of the carved stone hidden within the Manor wall. There is so much controversy about why it was put there. Some people say it is there to help ward off evil, but others say it is a curse on the Manor.
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