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Warwick Castle Ghost Hunts 

Where there are Castles there is always ghosts and spirits Warwick Castle Is renowned as an extremely haunted Castle, many believe the castle is haunted By Sir Fulke Greville as it is believed he was brutally murdered .His spirit is said to haunt the tower where on previous ghost hunts here many guests have reported dark ghostly shadows.  

The dungeons here at the Castle have shown on many occasions poltergeist activity, Many ghost hunters have refused to stay alone in this part of the Castle. Ghost hunting events here have seen hundreds of reports of ghostly happens from  light anomalies seen with the naked eye and physical sensations of being pushed and grabbed are all a common . The feeling of being watched is frequent and can be very difficult to shake. Warwick Castle has a long  history dating back almost 1,000 years and its a ghost hunters haven. The famous Warwick Castle is so vast this has endless rooms and long eerie corridors to investigate. Your overnight ghost hunt will give you access to this spooky castle after dark 

Warwick Castle is renowned for its ghosts and its hauntings and be dare you to be part of this ghost hunting event with the Paranormal Eye Team. 

Ghost Hunts at Warwick Castle 

Your ghost hunt at Warwick Castle will leave you wanting more, We give you exclusive hours after dark ,  Be part of an intense ghost hunt, hold vigils in the Dungeons along with the great hall and Kings Chambers. Are you ready to  join the team at Warwick Castle for this Overnight Ghost Hunt. 

History Of Warwick Castle 

There are records of a settlement on this site dating back to 914 and the first proper Motte and Bailey Castle was built in 1068 following William The Conqueror's invasion of England. Attacked in 1264, besieged in 1642 and damage by fire in 1871, the Castle has nevertheless survived the ever-changing fortunes of history and remained under the stewardship of the Earls of Warwick and later the Greville Family as a private home until 1978.

In 1858 Queen Victoria visited the 4th earl with great local celebrations. However by 1885 it would appear the visitors were becoming a nuisance as the earl closed the castle to visitors, causing consternation in the town. A local report stated, 'One day last week eight American visitors who were staying at one of the principal hotels left somewhat hurriedly in consequence of their being unable to gain admission to the castle'. It soon re-opened again and by 1900 had a ticket office and was employing a permanent guide. By 1936 Arthur Mee was enthusing not just that "these walls have seen something of the splendour of every generation of our [English] story", with rooms "rich in treasure beyond the dreams of avarice" but also that "their rooms are open to all who will". The collection of armoury on display at Warwick Castle in the West Midlands is regarded as second only to that of the Tower of London.

Through the 20th century successive earls expanded its tourism potential until, in 1978, after 374 years in the Greville family, it was sold to a media and entertainment company, the Tussauds Group who opened it as a tourist attraction. Tussauds performed extensive restorations to the castle and grounds. In 2001, Warwick Castle was named one of Britain's "Top 10 historic houses and monuments" by the British Tourist Authority; the list included Tower of London, Stonehenge, and Edinburgh Castle. Warwick Castle was recognised as Britain's best castle by the Good Britain Guide 2003. Around this time it was getting in excess of half a million visitors a year.

Warwick Castle has featured in many of the most significant events in English history including The Wars of the Roses, The Gunpowder Plot, the Trial of Joan of Arc, the English Civil War and even the plot to undermine the succession of Bloody Mary to the English Throne - a move which cost one of the most powerful Earls of Warwick his head. Elizabeth I visited the Castle in 1572 and her riding saddle and handkerchief remain in the Castle's collection.

Are you ready to be part of a ghost hunt here at Warwick castle with the Paranormal Eye Team ? 

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