Drakelow Tunnels Ghost Hunt Friday 11th May 2018 9pm till 2.00am only £30.00 per Person
3,5 miles of sheer darkness and terror. That is the only we can way we can describe Drakelow Tunnels in Wolvey just outside Kidderminster. These maze of tunnels are pitch black and sit empty except for the many ghosts and spirits within. The paranormal activity witnessed and reported on our ghost hunts has been terrifying. The deaths that have happened here many are from accidents. Prepare to be scared , as these ghosts will make themselves known many people have been pushed and pulled and grabbed. There is no light only a torch light for guidance.
The Ghosts That Haunt Drakelow Tunnels
There have been hundreds upon hundreds of reported paranormal activity in Drakelow Tunnels by visitors and workers, Dark shadows are very common occurrence seen in the distance or lurking around corners and doorways, Strange white mists have appeared, people have grabbed in the old kitchen area. Torch light has been seen coming down the tunnels with nobody present. Stones and Bricks and been thrown and these are just some of the reports that have taken place here within Drakelow Tunnels.
History of Drakelow Tunnels
During the 1950s and the growing Cold War, the site was initially used by the Ministry of Supply for storage. Around 1958 part of the site was developed by the Home Office as a Regional Seat of Government (RSG9). It was publicly exposed in a demonstration held there by the West Midlands Committee of 100 in the summer of 1963. Under later Home Defence schemes the bunker was designated a Sub-Regional Control (SRC), Sub-Regional Headquarters (SRHQ) and finally Regional Government Headquarters (RGHQ). The site was greatly modernised in the early 1980s, only a small portion of the site was designated for use. New blast doors were fitted in place of the previous wooden factory doors and the interior of the site was refurbished in the areas forward of tunnel 4. In about 1990 there was a plan to move the RGHQ to a much smaller bunker, formerly used by UKWMO, at Lawford Heath near Rugby. In the end this never happened, and the Drakelow site was decommissioned and sold in around 1993. They were constructed as part of the Ministry of Aircrafts Shadow Factory Scheme for use by Rover in WWII and were primarily used as storage and workshops. After the War, the Government took the building and prepared it as a Nuclear Bunker for use during the Cold War, with new rooms and equipment designed to house local & National Government officials, plus armed forces and medical teams. Thankfully the war ended and the bunker was sold off in the early 1990s.
This Event Includes
Working in small groups, participating in Ouija/spirit board sessions, Evp Sessions, Table tipping, seances and many other different techniques. Tea/coffee and light snacks throughout the evening. Please remember to wear suitable footwear as this location involves alot of walking This Location is not suitable for people with walking and mobility issues. OVER 18`s ONLY