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Undisclosed 14th Manor House - Kent

15th November 2014
  A final return to one of our favourite venues with the hope of witnessing some paranormal phenomena and to record evidence of possible paranormal activity.

Parts of this building date back to the fourteenth century originally a medieval hall house many original features remain including the great hall itself. Never investigated until we chanced across it some years ago this venue has given us some great results but less so in recent visits. We had investigated this building no less than twenty times over the years, the last being in 2012 as the redevelopment of the site had progressed to the point that an investigation was unsafe. Now the redevelopment was complete, and the property modernised and fully refurbished we were given the chance to carry out one last investigation. It is reported that rebuilding and remodelling a building can cause spiritual activity. We had results over the years but would a look about the finished article reveal anything?

Sony DCR HC-62 with night vision and Sony HVL-IRM IR light
Sony DCR-DVD110E with night vision and Sony HVL- IRM IR light

Digital Camera:
Fuji Fine Pix S1600
Fuji Fine Pix S5500
Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ-38 X 2
Fujifilm f47 fd

Voice recorder:
Olympus VN-2100PC
Olympus DM20
Olympus LS-11

Tripods, Torches, Video tapes (MiniDV)

Investigators: Ian, Kim, Paddy, Dave, Graham and Dean.

Using our normal visual, audible and scientific methods we were to investigate this venue and attempt to record any events of paranormal activity at this venue.

  The Investigation
  After arriving at the main manor house were greeted and left to our own devices so chose to tour the main house and the two additional buildings, formally an oast house and what we believe to be the dairy. These had been converted into dwellings and were also now completed. We previously had good results in all three buildings but give scale of the site we decided to concentrate our investigation solely in the main manor house.

We decided to spend the night revisiting some areas of the house that had given good results over the years, starting with the small second floor bedroom (previously referred to as The Pink Room).

From there we moved on to the first floor bedroom (previously referred to as The Tudor Room). Given the size of the house and that our numbers had increased since our last visit we decided to split into two groups at this point. Kim, Ian and Graham went to the first floor Victorian bedroom while Dean, Dave and Paddy went to what is now a utility room (previously referred to as The Old Kitchen). We decided the groups would swap locations after a while and compare notes.

After the splits the team reunited for one final vigil in a large ground floor reception room (previously referred to as The Billiard Room. From here we concluded our last ever investigation at this venue.
Sadly there was nothing to report and nothing was recorded on our equipment.

Why after so many years investigating this great place did we not experience any thing on this investigation?

Are we led by our fears?

Did we cause some kind of hysteria between the team?

Or, was there something there that is no longer happy with the alterations and has left?

You decide!

Ghost Connections conducts scientifically based investigations we do not publish such observations, however, this information is held on a separate database and may prove interesting when compared to other peoples experiences. Should you wish to discuss this information please email us.

Many thanks to the owners of this fine house for allowing one last night here, it was an interesting if quite night, but we were glad to see the place one last time
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