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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2007 12:03 am 
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nice place but just to col in the winter whos bloodey ideas was it any ways bet it was sue`s

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Ha Ha Ha NO Danny --- It was Dell's Blame him lol :wink:


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Hahah .. somehow I don't believe you ..

Dragging people out, in the cold and in the snow, to some bricks in the countryside sounds like one of your "great" ideas Sue .. :wink:

If it WAS Dells idea .. then oh dear. Oh dear oh dear oh dear .....

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Yep, it was my idea. Sorry. :twisted:

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Although we witnessed nothing during that night, I am pleased that I visited the abbey the week before, as my partner appears to of caught what looks likes a ghost on a mobile phone photo. It's head & shoulders can clearly be seen in the fire place, behind me.

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Yep afew of us have saw the pic Dell -- its very good :wink: (even dave who works with photo's etc is baffled) -- great pic! :wink:


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Ive never been here but would like to go. the 1st time u all went there when u investigated the old well inn i was in bulgaria. But i wud like to go esp if we have an Investigation which is maybe close by.

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well bowes castle / ancient unicorn and egglestone are all in the same area (5 mins apart) :lol: :wink:


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Have conducted a number of interesting visits to the remains of the Abbey.

In the cloister there are a number of monks wandering around - they don't do much and don't communicate, more that they can be felt as they go past.

In the converted part - becoming a house after the Dissolution there was one very angry chap who was stating loudly that this was his house, not a nice chap at all...

in the undercroft part next to the reredorter there was a rather fat monk who used to sneak into the kitchen and steal food...

not a prolific haunting by any means ..but if you sit quietly then usually you can feel something.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 18, 2012 3:00 pm 
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me, reagan and Carmen went here last year on our own, this is the place where we done some calling out and a clear bang was heard from upstairs, we went to investigate, nothing around. That was the highlight of that night

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 10:19 am 
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Bowes Castle mentioned above is a strange one...sited in the corner of the Roman Fort of Lavatris which is supposed to be haunted by Romans - although I have never found a single eye witness for this.

Have been there many times - and dragged mark along to get chilled to the bone...the castle itself is a windy desolate shell.....haunted.???

ABBEY Ghosthunters had an investigation there.
http://www.abbeyghosthunters.co.uk/bowescastle.htm

Rob Kirkup also went there
http://www.ghostsofthenortheast.co.uk/bowes-castle.htm

and Past the Hour Paranormal
http://www.pastthehourparanormalteam.co.uk/visited.html

all very differing reports....take your pick....if you want to get really cold, this is the place.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 5:03 pm 
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Wodenborn wrote:
..in the undercroft part next to the reredorter there was a rather fat monk who used to sneak into the kitchen and steal food...


Yes I remember him...was carrying a large leg of meat when I 'sensed' him.. nice place. Well worth a visit (if you like that kind of thing of course)


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nice one, maybe NGI should do this venue

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It's an odd one Egglestone...it can be interesting or it can be just a pile of stones in the middle of a cold valley, where all you do is get cold.


I've found that around dusk seems to be the best time.


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