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Wolverhampton ghost hunts, Tettenhall ghost hunts

Tettenhall Towers Wolverhampton Ghost Hunt 

Tettenhall Towers Ghost Hunts / Paranormal Events 

Many people are afraid to enter this vast building alone; Doors are said to slam here when nobody is present; a figure of a tall, dark gentleman dressed in period clothing is said to wander and roam through the eerie long corridors, many people refuse to stand alone near the stairway balcony as they feel that they are being pushed over the edge. Lights flicker on and off; sudden drastic temperatures are often heard. Can you hold vigil here in the cellars in the pitch-black conditions?

Ghost hunts here at the towers are certainly not for the faint-hearted; spend the night inside this vast harrowing location; there is a grand reception main hall here, undoubtedly known for poltergeist activity. Dark figures are often witnessed wandering from room to room in the was once was the main house. Disembodied voices are often heard in the Main theatre area, along with screams and cries. Can you face your fears, unlock the doors, and enter the sheer darkness?   

History of Tettenhall Towers 

Tettenhall Towers was once a large family home; The property is now a grade II listed building initially built as a country house on the site of The Holly Bush Inn by Thomas Pearson, on land purchased from the Foley family in the late 18th century. It is set on 26 acres and is located in Wood Road, Tettenhall. In 1853, Colonel Thomas Thorneycroft purchased the property, and over the years, he extended the house, adding the 'towers', which gave it its name in 1866. The colonel was also a keen inventor, to the point he fitted so much ventilation in the majority of the rooms here. There was a sinister side to the Colonel because, among other things, Colonel Thorneycroft was known for pushing his butlers and servants off the top of the towers to test his flying machines, as he was a keen inventor. He also apparently used the towers as a means of communicating with his workforce across the Black Country, waving semaphore flags from the roof! Colonel Thorneycroft made many structural additions to the building, including a great hall complete with stage, and a theatre with seating for 500, featuring a giant indoor 44-foot cascade of water. His eccentricity was genius, and he did invent some essential elements to society, albeit by very controversial means. Inside Tettenhall Towers today, visitors will find a treasure trove of relics from past eras. Some of the more unusual would include Canadian fox rugs and a collection of birds heads. There have been some terrifying reports of paranormal activity on this site over the years, and some visitors have left the building swearing never to return due to their experiences here.

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