Creaky Cauldron Ghost Hunt
Stratford Upon Avon Ghost Hunts / Warwickshire Ghost Nights / Overnight Ghost Hunts
Ghost Hunts at 21 Henley Street are certainly not for the faint-hearted the Creaky Cauldron is home to many ghosts and spirits. This location is an absolute must when the lights go out this place is rather daunting and very disorienting; on previous ghost hunts here, the Creaky Cauldron has never failed to disappoint with many guests feeling unwell on the upper floors and refusing to return to dark ghostly figures drastic temperature are just some of the things you may experience on an overnight ghost hunt.
History of The Creaky Cauldron
21 Henley Street is now the only remaining section of the famous White Lion Inn. The Tudor period building was constructed in the mid-1500s; however, records show that there has been a building on the site since the early 1100s.
The White Lion Inn was the largest coaching inn in Europe, stretching from Windsor Street to William Shakespeare’s birthplace site in its heyday. During its time as an Inn, the building was known to have links to several Secret Societies and even royalty.
It is also home to a much darker period of history. During the late 1700s, a series of fierce attacks took place on prostitutes in the bedrooms on the upper floors of the Inn. These attacks have left a spectral imprint on the building that mediums can sense today.
During the English Civil War, the building was taken over by parliamentary soldiers who are said to haunt the upper levels to whisper about secret plans.
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