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Roman Road, East Kent

13th August 2011
 

Roman roads are dispersed across the country and the majority are still used as modern highways obliterating their past. In certain cases they have survived as minor tracks across the country side.

Ghost Connections have been scouring the countryside to find one that is quiet enough to spend some time at and found one within Kent. The tracing of a near 10 mile stretch of road located a small section that deviates from the modern highway and over a small stretch is visible in its original form of small knapped flints driven into the natural surface.

From this small section the road then becomes a track through some woods bordering an ancient settlement site in a field.

Ghost Connections thought this section of road deserved another investigation and ventured to the spot after travelling around the surrounding area during the afternoon.


 
 

 

  The Investigation
  Aim:

To investigate the area of ancient settlement and Roman road.

Background:

There are no reports on this site apart from our first visit in 2008. Click here to read our first investigation here.

Apparatus:

Video camera-
Sony DCR-HC19 with night vision and Sony HVL- IRM IR light
Samsung VP-D351 with night vision and Sony HVL-IRM IR light

Digital Camera-
Canon 1000D
Fuji Fine Pix S5000
Pentax K-100 Digital SLR
Panasonic Lumix dmc - FZ38 x 2

Voice recorder -
Olympus VN-2100PC
Olympus DM20

Team:

Kim
Ian
Paddy
Dave

Method:

Using visual and scientific methods combined with spiritual information investigate the background to alleged paranormal phenomena at this venue.

Initially having found the site on a previous investigation the team first decided to explore the area more fully including the ancient track from the settlement site across the Roman road and into the woods.

The ancient track here has a natural embankment on one side which appears to be man made but a cross section observable at one end indicates that it is entirely natural.

After observing the wild life for sometime, mainly a pair of noisy owls we made our way up the track past open fields and back under canopy. We walked for some considerable time until rain and soggy under foot conditions forced us to return to the larger area of road of which we found suitable to set up equipment.

We sat to the side of the road for several hours observing the area, and recording the session.

After sometime we decided to call a halt to the investigation with a view of returning.

Results
Not a great deal was achieved on this visit, the team will return sometime in the future.
Conclusions

Pending

Location preserved to prevent vandalisim.

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