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The Old House Ghost Hunts, Old House Coalville Ghost Hunts, Leicestershire Ghost Hunts

The Old House Coalville Ghost Hunts 

The Old House Ghost Hunts / Leicester Ghost Hunts / Leicestershire Ghost Hunts 

The Old House Ghost Hunts With Paranormal Eye UK 

The Old House, situated in Coalville Leicestershire, dating back to medieval times, is no wonder that this location is riffed with unexplained pneumonia. Many tales of betrayal, murder, and suicide never leave this old building as a previous resident allegedly murdered his wife, children, and mistress in a bloody rage. A disturbed and tormented woman is also said to have ended her own life here, hanging herself in the attic area in the dead of night. The old Chapel area here has an extraordinary and eerie feel even during the daylight hours! In the long corridor on the second floor, many staff claim reports the feeling of someone following them when nobody is present.

Rumours are stating that people have been buried here deep below the Old House, where nobody has ever been able to find the access point to start to look. Disembodied voices are often heard coming from within locked rooms. A furious Gentleman haunts the Deep chilling cellar; some have claimed to have seen! Dressed in period clothing, many believe this is the man who throws stones at you to leave. A lonely, lost, looking female is said to wander the grounds. Can you face your fears and enter this old haunted house?

History Of The Old House 

The Old House is a Medieval Manor House, believed to date back to 1280. From the style of the architecture of the parts of the building and tree-ring dating of some of the timbers still present, the present house at Donington was probably built between 1288 and 1295.

Some of the house’s features, along with tree-ring dating of the timbers in the roof, show that the Manor House was heavily modernised around 1618. At this time, the downstairs storerooms were converted into a kitchen and a parlour. A new roof was put on, and the rooms upstairs were remodelled with a new internal staircase. The most apparent addition from this period is the large rectangular mullioned windows.

From 1670 to 1960, the house was rented out as a tenant farm, and Leicestershire County Council bought the Manor House in 1965 to preserve the building for future generations. 


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