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Revesby Abbey Ghost Hunts - Lincolnshire 

Overnight Ghost Hunts at the chilling Revesby Abbey are one not to miss !  Set deep within a Country deer park this gothic looking mansion can only be seen in the distance and that is only a glance. Ghost hunters are amazed by what the former abbey has to offer the land , pervious and current building has so much ancient history. Who or what will you encounter on your ghost hunt at this chilling location ? with so many creepy dark corridors, eerie tunnels former servant quarters this location is fantastic place to hold an intense paranormal investigation. 

Ghostly dark shadows have been seen. disembodied voices along with doors slamming and window shutters opening by unforeseen hands. 

Your ghost hunt at the haunted abbey will give you exclusive access after dark to the many areas that are made available to us. 

Are you ready to experience a ghost hunt at the chilling Revesby Abbey ?  

History Of Revesby Abbey 

Revesby Abbey in Lincolnshire was once the home of Lady Beryl Groves, this house sits totally isolated from the outside world in its 10 acres of land, with access to the via a lane through the woodlands. Grade 1 listed building dating back to 1845, this eerie chilling house was left totally abandoned and unoccupied since 1968.

The first building to be called Revesby Abbey was a Cistercian monastery, hence the name 'Revesby Abbey'. This Abbey was founded by william de Roumare, Earl of Lincoln, who became a monk himself. Monks from the famous Abbey in Yorkshire, Rievaulx were the first to be sent to inhabit the Abbey, led by Saint Aelred of Rievaulx , and under St Aelred's management the Abbey became one of the most influential Cistercian Abbey's. Saint Aelred is even today considered a great scholar and philosopher, and advised the king of time in many occasions. The abbots became very bad at managing the Abbey though, and so in 1538 the Duke of Norfolk wrote to Thomas Cromwell to inform him the abbey was "in great ruin and decay" (despite the Abbey earning around £600,000 in today`s money) and so it was destroyed like so many others under Henry VIII.

This Ghost Hunt gives you exclusive access to this building after dark, Join the team if you dare ! 

This Event Includes 

Access to the the maze of rooms deep below the house basements

A guided tour and brief history of the location

Working in Small Groups, Using array of different equipment and techniques

Spiritual Medium during the investigation

Complimentary Tea, Coffee,

Complimentary light snacks