Oxford castle ghost hunts

Oxford Castle Ghost Hunt Saturday 17th November 2018 7pm till Midnight only £49.00 per person

Oxford Castle has over a thousand years of dark and dismal History .The Castle has many reported ghosts that are said to roam around the many areas. The crypt underneath the tower is an extremely terrifying place many people have witnessed tall dark figures standing watching, The long corridors of cells where the heavy metal doors are often heard slamming shut, a tower that has an extremely sinister feel and many refuse to stay , The Well Chamber deep in the mound of the Castle Hill is a truly terrifying experience.

The Many Ghosts that Haunt Oxford Castle

A dark tall monk like figure is often seen standing in a corner in the Crypt, Many people refuse to stay alone in this area, as the feeling of being strangled is just too overwhelming. A ghostly white figure has also been witnessed here at the Castle, Most of the reports have been near the Castle Mound and many believe this is Mary Bland who was hung here back in the 1700`s. The cells are again a very active area this is mainly poltergeist activity, Old Metal cell doors have been reported slamming shut, Items are moved from place to place. The Castle Tour guides have been reported the feeling of being watched from all areas of this castle, They have also reported heavy footsteps coming the cells empty corridor. Oxford Castle is one haunted Castle will you be joining us ?

The History of Oxford Castle

Built in 1071 by Robert d'Oilly, Oxford Castle was in existence as a prison up until as recently as 1996. The last public hanging at the prison was in 1863 and the last hanging within the prison walls was in 1952. It has so much history that it would take forever to relay this to you here. Legend talks of the 'Oxford Castle Curse, described as the Black Assize of 1577 when a curse was placed on the Court, the Jury and the City by Rowland Jenke after his ears were cut off. Hundreds of people died mysteriously within the space of a few weeks and sinister human remains were recently discovered within the Well Chamber which has been dated back to the late 16th Century. Although there are no absolute conclusions it is thought that they could belong to the victims of Rolwland Jenke's Curse. Oxford Castle was built by the Norman baron Robert D'Oyly the elder from 1071 D'Oyly had arrived in England with William I in the Norman Conquest of England in 1066 and William the Conqueror granted him extensive lands in Oxfordshire. Oxford had been stormed in the invasion with considerable damage, and William directed D'Oyly to build a castle to dominate the town. In due course D'Oyly became the foremost landowner in Oxfordshire and was confirmed with a hereditary royal constableship for Oxford Castle. D'Oyly positioned his castle to the west side of the town, using the natural protection of a stream of the River Thames on the far side of the castle, now called Castle Mill Stream, and diverting the stream to produce a moat. There has been debate as to whether there was an earlier English fortification on the site, but whilst there is archaeological evidence of earlier Anglo-Saxon habitation there is no conclusive evidence of fortification. Oxford Castle was clearly an "urban castle" but it remains uncertain whether local buildings had to be demolished to make room for it.

This Event Includes

A guided tour of the Castle with the lights on 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

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