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 Post subject: The Lord Crewe Arms - Blanchland
PostPosted: Thu Mar 27, 2008 12:28 pm 
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I've just been looking through my local ghost books and came across this place. It apparently boasts three ghosts - a man, a women and a monk.

Has anyone ever checked it out?

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 Post subject: Re: The Lord Crewe Arms - Blanchland
PostPosted: Thu Mar 27, 2008 12:46 pm 
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Yeah, the owner prefers you to book his rooms and mess about that way -- he doesnt allow ghost hunters in anymore, we did pop there as the whole village is meant to be quite active, erm a few halloweens ago, nice place tho :lol: but was cold


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could all go down there for a drink,, pam and i went down there one night and the landlord was fine,, let us wander around taking photos ect,,,, he was also intrested in the outcome and requested we sent him some of the photos,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,got his email addy also told us what rooms to bok for activity in the old part,,,,,, we have published a few pics of the place somewhere but cant remember where lol


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ps he also let us turn the lights out :lol: :lol:


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Good photo, Pam ! :D

I am not really a fan of orbs, but I can see what looks like the outline of man and woman in that orb !! :shock:

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I investigated here back in around 2004/2005, The Dorothy room is meant to be the most active its more of a Library to be honest nothing happend, we got a few pics but nothing paranormal. Its a canny place but personally its more to do with the history of the place than any ghosties.

The church yard next to it is meant to be the most active part of Blanchland as their supposed to be monks buried etc etc

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sue wrote:
Yeah, the owner prefers you to book his rooms and mess about that way -- he doesnt allow ghost hunters in anymore, we did pop there as the whole village is meant to be quite active, erm a few halloweens ago, nice place tho :lol: but was cold



I think I went with you. Not sure...saying that I'm not even sure what day it is anymore :lol: .


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Did ya :D Cant Remember we went to a few places lol

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investigated here in 2006

The investigation produced no phenomena of any note and was periodically interrupted by guests/staff at the hotel wandering in and out of the area under study - even though we had permission to be there.

I had to go off early as I became ill

all in all an very unsatisfactory evening/night spent.

the grounds of the pub were very atmospheric and about the best thing to say about the event really.


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The majority of NGI members don't really rate pub investigations to be honest.

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snap....they don't have a chance to settle

rather like walking around a wood - if there have been people through it all day, perhaps mountain bikers - all making a lot of noise, then it takes time for the wildlife to come out again - same with buildings and ghosts by and large.


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and more often than not you get a few pub regulars (sometimes worse for wear) wanting to stop back with you.

To be honest the main reason we don't hold public events these day (except for our charity work), is that it's virtually impossible to carry out a proper investigation if there are members of the public to be 'entertained'.

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but half the places that are suppose to be haunted are pubs :S unfortunatly

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the trouble is............here we go


its good business sometimes to state that your business has a ghost.....gets the punters in

especially in the " get rich quick" culture of paranormal investigating - that I hope we are commng to the end of.


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I really think the bubble is beginning to burst to be honest.

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I truly truly hope so - then I can get back to being an eccentric studying the paranormal in peace - without camera flashes, shouts, screams and the thundering sound of parties moving from one room to another in search of anything paranormal or not.

jaded - moi - just a tad.


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Wodenborn wrote:
camera flashes, shouts, screams and the thundering sound of parties moving from one room to another in search of anything paranormal or not.


So very very true

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