The House That Cries, Ghost Hunt Saturday 8th February 2020
 9pm till 2.00am only £45.00 Per Person 

 

This old eerie location Old Graisley Hall  was named by Midland news as the  'The House That Cries' due to pools of water mysteriously appearing in the old hall, this unexplained phenomena has been experienced four times not only by the current owners, but also by visitors to the house on the odd occasion that it was opened up.  This old  house has been at the receiving end of chilling whispers and moans and groans for many years. The Owners who reside on the opposite end of the site have experienced poltergeist activity and strange swirls of mists and lights. The feeling of being watched is extremely common, door handles have been seen going down by unforeseen hands and the doors are often heard rattling.   

 

The Hauntings at Old Graisley Hall 

Known as The House that Cries, This location has had reports of poltergeist activity from  former residents, one these reports was from  Rev Pearce and his  family then residing here had seemingly suffered ‘Poltergeist’ activity he used to be the Chaplain of the Royal Wolverhampton School. This resident experienced the hauntings which appeared to be centred around his children. The old house has very little known history, but this is believed to be one of the oldest properties in the West Midlands. Are you ready to Join the Paranormal Eye Team as we unlock Old Graisley Hall and see who is haunting this location ? 

 

The History Of Old Graisley Hall 

Graisley Old Hall is believed to have been built in 1485, though signs of a much earlier building have been discovered.  During road construction, the remains of a moat were found surrounding the property. This is thought to have been there to prevent cattle thieves.
16th Century records show that the first owner of Graiseley Old Hall was Nicholas Rydley, a merchant of the staple of Calais. The Hall remained within his family until the middle of the 17th Century when Walter Rotton was forced to sell the property to William Normansell in order to pay off gambling debts.

During the Queen Anne period the exterior timberwork of the Hall was replaced with brick. An example of the original Wattle and Daub structuring can be viewed in the Entrance Hall of the house, also sections of medieval fresco paintings can be seen on the original wall timbers of the house. 
Towards the end of the 19th Century the hall was occupied by Moses Ironmonger, a former Mayor of the Borough and a friend of Alexander Graham Bell. Ironmonger installed the first public telephone line used in the district.
In 1930 Graisley Old Hall was purchased by the Royal Wolverhampton School for use as an administration site. It was discovered in 1957 that this old Hall was not an officially listed building. Wolverhampton M.P. Enoch Powell brought the matter to the attention of the local Government and as a result Graisley Old Hall was given Grade II listed status. 

 

This Event Includes 

Working in small groups, participating in Ouija/spirit board sessions, Evp Sessions, Table tipping, seances and many other different techniques. Tea/coffee and light snacks throughout the evening. 

Please remember to wear suitable footwear as this location has a lot of stairs and very uneven floors.

This Location is not suitable for people with walking and mobility issues.  

 
 

PLEASE NOTE ALL PLACES ARE NON REFUNDABLE OR TRANSFERABLE UPON BOOKING OVER 18`s ONLY 

 

GET DIRECTIONS TO OLD  GRAISELEY HALL 

Graiseley Old Hall, Carlton Road, Wolverhampton, WV3 0LP
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