Uninhabited Farmhouse, Kent
27th August 2013
The secluded farm sits in rolling countryside on a three acre plot. The house itself dates from the early 18th Century and is of large proportions. It has a substantial ‘annex’ cottage attached to the west side of the property. The house is set out on three floors with two rooms in the loft area. The associated farm buildings are all intact.
To investigate possible paranormal activity at this uninhabited farmhouse.
We were fortunate enough to gain permission to investigate this secluded
Using visual and scientific methods combined with spiritual information
investigate the main property.
Following a pre-visit earlier in the day by Kim, Dave and Paddy all three
had reported feeling uneasy in the house, particularly on the first floor.
Graham also stated that he felt uneasy on the first floor on his visit
later in the day.
Graham and Paddy heard an exhaling sound but the actual direction of the sound was again difficult to determine. Both Kim and Dave said that it was neither of them.
The team then reported a drop in temperature in the room.
The last thing to occur in this session was a creaking sound, as if something was being moved. This was heard by Graham and Paddy.
The whole team agreed that the earlier uneasy feelings in the house did not seem so prevalent as the investigation went on.
Kim and Dave then left the property whilst Graham and Paddy undertook
short investigations of the upstairs rooms. The first room to be investigated
was the bedroom above the kitchen. Despite Paddy calling out the only
noise was a very faint creaking sound that came from a small room within
|The repeated sound in the hallway by where Dave
was standing could well have been something to do with the electrics as
the main box was situated on the wall above Dave and it was noted that although
the electricity was switched of it was in working order. This could therefore
be an explanation.
The sounds from outside could well have been people around but we were in a very secluded location and no cars passed along the small track for the entire duration of the investigation. Also with Dave having immediately gone outside to check and finding nothing or no one around this leaves us with no explanation to it.
The creaking sounds could have been normal house settling sounds – the investigation being in the evening as the temperature dropped after a relatively warm day.
The uneasy feelings felt by all the team could be associated with the fact that it is a large unoccupied house in a secluded location and perhaps the uneasiness seemed less to the team having got used to the environment?
|This was a fascinating place to investigate. Unfortunately the investigation was not as active as hope but who knows, the house may have more secrets to give up?|
|Ghost Connections does not condone trespassing. We happened upon this site during our travels around Kent. There were no signs to demostrate any presence about the building and were no warning signs as to the fact that we were trespassing. The door of this property was ajar and we ventured in. Had we been asked to leave we would have immediately done so, offering our apologies for any inconvenience.|
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