Canewdon Charity Ghost Walk
25th May 2013
£10 per person.
8pm till late
Join the South Essex Paranormal Team as we lead you around the village of Canewdon Essex, We will delve into history of the village and the legends and show you sites
of reported and documented Paranormal Activity, So grab your camera's and see if we can find a spirit or two to add to the reported claims of Canewdon Village. If we get time we will even pop in to
the haunted pub on our route.
All proceeds will be going to charity.
Night of Clairvoyance with
Sandie Savage woolford and Friends.
Kingswood Community Centre
Find the Owl and Pussycat Pub on Clay Hill Road and follow the small row of shops
at the end of the shops is some stairs, Go up those stairs and the hall is up at the top. If you have any problems finding us please call 07812566438 for directions.
One to One readings will be available for an extra £5.
All money raised is donated to Charity.
21th June 2013
Entry £5 on the door.
Doors open at 7.00pm
Over night stay at Fort Redoubt
13th July 2013
£30 Per Person.
Deposit of £10 asap.
9pm to 9am
For your £30 you will get to hold an investigation with the South Essex Paranormal Investigation Team and a Medium and then at 3am retire either to one of the rooms or to your tent pitched inside the fort and get some sleep if you can, Then in the morning at 8am we will serve some breakfast before leaving which is included in the price.
On previous trips to the Fort we have experianced Shadows and Angry Spirits as well as unexplained voices being heard and unexplained thudding in answer to questions. So join us if you dare all night in the mystifying Redoubt Fort.
A circular fort commanding the eastern side of Harwich port. It was built between 1807 and 1809 to support Landguard Fort on the opposite shore near Felixstowe and to form part of the chain of Martello Tower defences. It is 200 feet in diameter, is surrounded by a deep ditch and can only be entered by one removable drawbridge. It was originally armed with 10 cannon but these were upgraded in the 1860's and 1870's and by 1872 three 9 inch RML guns were in place. One still remains although it is thought the other two are buried in the moat. In the 1920's it was abandoned and the surrounding housing built. It was taken over by the Harwich Society in 1969, by which time it was completely overgrown, but it has now been fully restored.
Chelmsford Regiment Museum
14th September 2013
£35 Per Person
£10 Deposit needed to Secure your Booking.
8pm till 3am
The Museum is very active and has had numerous reports from staff and visitors and a member of South Essex Paranormal has also experienced hearing voices and seeing
shadows moving and also capturing light anomalies on camera so we are confident that you will leave with the best experience of REAL paranormal activity.
The Museum plays host to the Essex Regiment memorabilia as well as Chelmsford Industrial Era Artifacts and Artifacts found in and around Chelmsford going right back to Pre-Historic ages and the Ice Age. It even has an Art Gallery for Local Artists.
Oakland House, built in 1865, is a good example of a High Victorian suburban residence set within its own grounds. Built for a local industrialist Frederick Wells, by Charles Pertwee, Oakland was used as a hospital in WWI and is now the borough museum.
Oaklands House is a Victorian house built in 1865/7 for Frederick Wells, a successful coal merchant, timber merchant, brewer and Borough Alderman. It was built in the Italianate style and was probably designed by Charles Pertwee, Frederick Well's brother-in-law. Frederick chose this style after seeing Osborne House, Queen Victoria's residence on the Isle of Wight. The bell tower is typical of this style Oaklands House was one of the largest and most imposing houses in Chelmaford. It is now smaller than originally built as the servant's quarters were demolished between 1920 and 1930.
Oaklands House together with Oaklands Park was purchased by Chelmsford Borough Council in 1929. In 2006, English Heritage recognised the importance of Oaklands House by awarding Grade 2 listed status.
From about 1950 onwards, the emphasis of the collection was changed to concentrate more on Chelmsford and Essex which resulted in foreign material being moved to other museums.
In 1973 a single storey extension was added to exhibit artefacts on loan from the Essex Regiment Trust.
This extension was demolished in 2008 and has been replaced by a larger extension of contrasting design.
- Please Note that ALL Deposits Paid are Non-Refundable - Unless the event has been cancelled by South Essex Paranormal or the Venue.