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Built by a convict labour force in 1880 Fort Amherst purpose was to defend the UK from the increasing threat of invasion from France and Germany.
The Fort is located in Chatham, Kent and constructed in the shape of a six-sided arrow head, with each flank protected by machines guns in the counterscarp galleries. It had once been home to a garrison of approximately 400 men and women.
There have been many different reports of hauntings at the Fort, from shadow figures seen walking the tunnels to voices of a lit...
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The Hell fire caves are regarded as one of the most haunted locations in the whole of UK. With its dark history and former home to the Hell Fire Club who were reported to carry out satanic rituals, murders, black magic and devil worshiping in the caves Inner Temple it’s no wonder why this location is a cauldron of paranormal activity.
The caves are made from chalk and flint. They were dug by hand and run up to a quarter of a mile underground, to this day you can still see individual pick axe marks!...
Located in Brentwood, South Essex. Kelvedon Hatch seems at first sight to be a small innocent cottage but don’t be fooled, this bunker has a big secret!
Below this cottage lies a 3-floor secret nuclear bunker that expands 38meters below ground and once inside extents up to 91 metres in length. It is in these terrifying tunnels where apparitions and poltergeist activity have been witnessed on many paranormal investigations.
Constructed in 1952, Kelvedon Hatch’s purpose was to increase Britain’s air defence network against the Russians and the bunker once housed...
Located in Chatham, Kent, Fort Amherst was constructed in 1756 to protect the southeastern approaches to the Chatham Dockyard coast and to disrupt any French invasion party heading towards London.
Fort Amherst was built as the result of a devastating attack from the Dutch in 1667, which lead to thirteen ships being destroyed and two being stolen which included the flagship of the fleet ‘The Royal Charles’.
During the Napoleonic wars, the fort’s defences were increased significantly by workers who were made up mostly of prisoners who were forced to carry out the ...