|Bicknor Church - Bicknor, Kent||
26th January 2013
St. James Church at Bicknor stands aloof from its village atop the north Downs amidst farms and orchards. A single track road runs past the open churchyard and there are no immediate houses although a couple can be seen in the near distance. There is nothing else to shatter the tranquility of the location. The church itself unusually made of chalk and faced in flint was considerably restored by the Victorians and outwardly resembles a Victorian Gothic structure which belies its mediaeval roots.
To investigate reports of paranormal activity at Bicknor Parish Church.
The area around Bicknor and the North Downs has been subject to various reports of paranormal activity and unexplained sightings including strange beasts.
Voice recorder -
Using visual and scientific methods combined with spiritual information investigate the background to alleged paranormal phenomena at this venue.
Taking note of the physical and natural conditions on the night during which included howling winds with occasional light rain.
Although the sky was slightly overcast the sky was relatively light
even into the night. There are no streetlights or security lights within
visible sight of the Church.
|Due to the weather conditions the noises heard by Kim and Graham in the porch area could not specifically be attributed to anything paranormal.|
|This was an interesting investigation as the
Churchyard and porch area does have a certain atmosphere and a further
visit on a less windy evening is probable in the future.
Ghost Connections may well return on a less windy night.
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