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Falstaffs Museum Ghost Hunting Events Paranormal Eye UK

Falstaff`s Museum Stratford Upon Avon Ghost Hunt

Falstaff`s Museum Ghost Hunts / Victorian Seances

Experience the Spooky Side of Warwickshire at Falstaff's Museum

 Experience the thrill of the unknown as you embark on a ghost hunt like no other at The Falstaff Experience in Stratford Upon Avon. Paranormal Eye UK invites you to join us for an overnight investigation filled with unexplained happenings and spine-chilling encounters. Prepare yourself for a night of vigils, experiments, and the presence of a spiritual medium to guide you through the eerie darkness. The haunted Falstaff's Museum has gained a notorious reputation among ghost hunters worldwide, and for good reason. Countless reports of paranormal activity have flooded in, leaving no doubt that this location is a hotbed of supernatural energy. Legend has it that the upper floor of the museum harbors a mysterious vortex, allowing lost souls to freely traverse between realms. Are you brave enough to confront the unknown and delve into the depths of this paranormal hotspot?  As you navigate the museum's chilling corridors, be prepared to feel an overwhelming sense of being watched. Ghostly shadows lurk in the corners, especially within the Barn, where unexplained whispers and whimpering have been heard. The upper séance room is known for its bone-chilling cold spots, where guests have felt icy breaths on their necks. It is no wonder that former ghost hunters have refused to stay alone in this daunting location. In fact, we once witnessed a terrified guest sprinting down the staircase, vowing never to return. Will you be able to withstand the presence of the unfriendly spirits that are said to haunt this museum? Join us on this unforgettable ghost hunt and find out.

History of Falstaffs Museum

The history of Stratford upon Avon dates back to the 7th century AD when it was founded by the Saxons during their invasion of Warwickshire. The name "Stratford" is a combination of Celtic and Saxon words, referring to the street ford that was located by the Roman road. The word "Avon" comes from Celtic and means river or water. Initially, Stratford Upon Avon was a small village, but in the late 12th century, it underwent a transformation and became a bustling town. This was a time when trade and commerce flourished, leading to the establishment of many new towns. In 1196, King Richard I granted Stratford the privilege of holding weekly markets, which further contributed to its growth. The town became a hub for various craftsmen, including blacksmiths, carpenters, shoemakers, brewers, and bakers. Additionally, Stratford was renowned for its malting industry, where barley was processed for brewing. 2. The historic building known as The Shreve's House has stood on this site since 1146, making it a witness to centuries of significant events. For the past 500 years, it has been named in honor of its first recorded tenant, an Archer to King Henry VIII. Throughout its long history, The Shreve's House has endured numerous challenges, including the Plague, Fire, Civil War, and even murder. It is said that William Shakespeare himself walked the ancient cobblestones that lead to the massive barn at the rear of the house. During the 17th Century, Civil War troops were accommodated within the building, adding to its historical significance. However, it is the darker side of its past that intrigues many, as local legends suggest that a notorious Serial Killer carried out his heinous acts within the building during its time as a brothel and tavern. Furthermore, the house has strong connections to Witchcraft, with practicing Witches still utilizing an area outside the barn to this day. 3. The Battle of Edgehill, also known as 'The Kineton Fight,' marked the very first battle of the English Civil War and took place approximately 12 miles from Stratford upon Avon. Colonel Behr commanded many of the Parliamentary troops who were billeted at 40 Sheep Street, adding a historical significance to the area. It is rumored that Oliver Cromwell himself stayed in the building prior to the Battle of Worcester. However, due to the lack of documented evidence, it is challenging to verify this

falstaffs ghost nights

Falstaffs Museum Stratford Upon Avon Warwickshire
Victorian Seance / Spiritual Night 
Thursday 25th April 2024 
8.15 pm - 11.15pm
Only £30.00 Per Person

Please Note:

Before booking this event, please read the following per our terms and conditions agreed upon at the point of sale. All payments are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Investigating with the Paranormal Eye UK Team throughout the evening

Exclusive access after dark 

Group Vigils


Spiritual Medium during the investigation

Working in Small Groups, Using an array of different equipment and techniques

Complimentary Tea, Coffee,

Complimentary light snacks

The location is not wheelchair friendly and may be difficult for those with mobility issues as we will be using stairs.

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Located in Warwickshire, Falstaff's Museum is a haven for those fascinated by the paranormal. Offering a diverse range of thrilling experiences, this museum is a must-visit for anyone seeking an encounter with the supernatural. From ghost hunts and investigations to ghost events and overnight ghost hunts, there are numerous opportunities to explore the mysterious and unexplained. For those who crave a more immersive encounter with the supernatural, Falstaff's Museum also offers haunted weekends and ghost sleepovers. These events provide the perfect opportunity to fully immerse oneself in the world of ghosts and spirits. With the chance to witness ghost sightings and explore haunted buildings, these haunted evenings promise an unforgettable and eerie experience. Whether you are a seasoned paranormal enthusiast or a curious beginner, the ghost hunting events at Falstaff's Museum are guaranteed to leave you with a newfound appreciation for the supernatural.

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