Anzio Army Camp Leek Ghost Hunt
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Explore the paranormal after dark at this expansive old site and experience the thrill of a lifetime. It's a dream come true for any ghost hunter. Previous guests have reported hearing disembodied screams, cries, and voices. Some have even claimed to have been touched by unseen entities. Shadows and figures have been spotted lurking in the eerie corridors, adding to the haunting atmosphere. The location has a dark and sinister history, making it the perfect place for a ghost hunt. Join the Paranormal Eye team as we invite you to investigate the hidden rooms, old bunkers, kitchens, medical buildings, and former accommodation blocks. By joining us for this unforgettable ghost-hunting event on a ghostly night, you will have the chance to discover who or what is haunting this site.
History Of Anzio Army Camp
Originally constructed in 1943 as a transit camp for United States Army anti-aircraft battalions, the camp was later taken over by Polish troops in 1946, with additional Polish troops arriving subsequently. After World War II, the camp was repurposed as a Polish civilian settlement and remained so until 1964. At that time, residents were relocated to a new estate located to the north.
In the early 1980s, the site was cleared, and in 1983, Anzio Camp was established as a training facility for the regular army, the Territorial Army, and scouts. After serving its purpose for over two decades, the camp was deemed surplus to requirements by the Ministry of Defence, and it was finally closed in 2004.
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