Dudley Castle Ghost Hunts

Dudley Castle, West Midland`s Ghost Hunt Saturday 26th January 8pm till 2.00am only £45.00 Per Person

Dudley Castle is riffed with history, many murders and unlawful executions took place here. Dudley castle has experienced poltergeist activity, many images of people believe to be the grey lady are often caught here. This location is vast and is a must for all those wanting to experience the paranormal.

Meet the ghosts of Dudley Castle

Ghost hunts here at the castle are certainly not for those afraid of the dark, and not for the feint hearted. Dark hooded figures are often seen and sensed by many guests especially on the lawned area and one of the main walkways of the Castle. Deep cold icy breaths are often felt along with what appears to sound like groans. Many guests report that they get the feeling they are being watched many report being grabbed ! Join the paranormal eye team as we unlock the castle and seek the many ghosts that are said to haunt here.

Some History of Dudley castle

In 1537 John Dudley – son of Edmund Dudley, economic advisor to Henry VII, who was executed by Henry VIII – embarked on a building programme at Dudley Castle including the stunning Sharington Range, named after his architect, William Sharington. Dudley rapidly rose through royal ranks to become Duke of Northumberland, and on the death of Henry VIII in 1547 became one of 16 executors of a Regency Council founded to supervise the nine-year-old successor, King Edward VI. In 1552 Dudley became Lord Protector, but by spring 1553 the king had contracted TB and in an attempt to control the succession he encouraged the dying Edward to void the rights of princesses Mary and Elizabeth to the throne and put his cousin, Lady Jane Grey next in line. Mary’s Catholicism posed a threat to the recently-introduced religious reformation and the new-found wealth of those who supported it, and to boost his security Dudley arranged the marriage of his youngest son, Guilford, to Lady Jane on May 21. King Edward VI died on July 6 and Lady Jane Grey proclaimed queen. However, the succession was challenged by Mary and her supporters who forced a coup d’etat against Dudley in the Privy Council, and he was charged with treason and executed on August 22, 1553. His best-known son Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, was a favourite of Mary’s successor, Queen Elizabeth I. On August 11, 1575 Queen Elizabeth I visited Dudley Castle and a decade later the site was surveyed as a possible residence for the imprisoned Mary, Queen of Scots. During the Civil War Dudley Castle was garrisoned by royalist troops. It was besieged in 1644 and 1646 and surrendered on May 13, 1646. The following year, by order of Parliament, the keep, gatehouse and sections of the curtain wall were slighted. On July 24, 1750 a fire, which raged for three days, swept through the Sharington Range, gutting the once-magnificent palace. Dudley Castle was allowed to settle into the role of romantic ruin.

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, you are also welcome to bring your own snacks. Please remember to wear suitable footwear and warm clothing even during the summer months, as this location has no heating what so ever and it is a very cold location. Remember to bring your torch. Please be advised that this location has a long walk from the car parking area to the main entrance so therefore this Location is not suitable for people with walking and mobility issues. OVER 18`S ONLY

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