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Revesby Abbey Ghost Hunts 

It is no wonder that Ghost Hunts at Revesby Abbey are becoming more popular with ghost hunters far and wide, Revesby Abbey Lincolnshire  is situated deep within a Country Deer park, The building is barely visible from the road, the location has a rather eerie feel and sometimes the feeling of being watched. Ghost hunts and Ghost Tours at Revesby abbey are only for the brave as this location has endless long dark creepy corridors and many servants rooms which are all pitch black. During your ghost hunt here at the old house you will get the chance to hold vigils, see or what is haunting this location. Many believe there is a small boy haunting Revesby Abbey as he has been reported on numerous times especially around the main stairwell . Revesby Abbey has a well deserved reputation by the locals as being haunted, this is no wonder when ghost hunting at the Abbey ghost hunters have witnessed and reported disembodied voices, the feeling of being grabbed, along wit doors slamming and being watched. Join the paranormal eye team we invite you to be part of this ghost hunting night. 

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. The current Revesby Abbey is the third building to be called such and is Grade 1 listed, "Grade I buildings are of exceptional interest, sometimes considered to be internationally important; only 2.5% of listed buildings are Grade I" English Heritage. A Grade 1 listing is the highest possible listing for buildings and hence Revesby Abbey is recognised as one of the most important buildings in the country. This Abbey was designed by renowned Scottish architect William Burn in 1843 and building work finished in 1845. This means the construction of the house took less than two years, to build over 65,000 sq. ft of Victorian Luxury, which is astounding considering the lengths they went to. The Abbey is in the 'Jacobethan' or sometimes 'neo Jacobean' Style and was built with 10 acres of formal Gardens, rose harbours and such, all surrounded by a medieval deer park. 

Your Ghost Hunt gives you exclusive access after dark. 

THIS EVENT INCLUDES

Access to the Many rooms and the outside grounds here 

A partial tour of the the grounds 

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

Spiritual Medium during the investigation

Complimentary Tea, Coffee,

Complimentary light snacks

Please remember to bring your torch as these are required at all our events. Please remember to wear suitable footwear as this location has a lot of stairs and very uneven floors.

This Location is not suitable for people with walking and mobility issues.

OVER 18's ONLY 

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