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Borwick Hall Carnforth Ghost Hunt

Borwick Hall Carnforth Ghost Hunt

Borwick Hall, located in Carnforth, Lancashire, is a remarkable sixteenth-century manor house surrounded by expansive acres of land. The history of this grand estate dates back even further, with some parts of the house tracing their origins back to the 14th century. As you step foot into this enchanting location, a sense of intrigue and mystery fills the air. The atmosphere is palpable, and you can't help but feel a presence watching over you. The rich history and strong connections to the former Rectory, just a short drive away, add to the allure of this hauntingly beautiful place.

Our initial visit to Borwick Hall left us astounded by the paranormal activity we encountered. On both the third and second floors, we were startled by the sound of a female moaning and cries emanating from an empty room. The temperature in the vicinity dropped dramatically, sending shivers down our spines. It was as if unseen eyes were fixated on us, making our every move feel scrutinized. The eerie corridor on the third floor has gained a reputation for its dark, ghostly shadows that have been sighted by numerous witnesses. The staff has aptly named it the "spooky corridor," a testament to the chilling encounters experienced within its confines.

The supernatural occurrences at Borwick Hall extend beyond mere sounds and shadows. Doors have been forcefully slammed shut by invisible hands, leaving everyone bewildered and unnerved. Even more perplexing is the distant sound of conversations echoing through the halls despite only one staff member present. One particularly chilling incident involved two teenagers who, after witnessing a male apparition in the main hall, were so terrified that they fled the building and adamantly refused to return. According to their description, the apparition stood motionless, piercing through them with an intense gaze. Many staff members speculate that this could have been the spirit of John Alexander Fuller Maitland, who passed away in 1936 at Borwick Hall. With such a rich history of paranormal encounters, are you prepared to embark on an intense overnight ghost hunt at this vast haunted house?
This Ghost Hunt offers an optional sleepover, where you can sleep. Please note that you must bring your sleeping bag/pillows, etc.

The History Of Borwick Hall

Borwick Hall, originally fortified with wood, underwent significant changes in the late fourteenth century. A stone Pele tower was constructed to provide protection against marauding Scots, ensuring the safety of both the residents and their livestock. However, it was during the sixteenth century that the Bindloss family, renowned Kendal clothiers, extended the Hall. This wealthy dynasty added a remarkable gatehouse and an adjacent stable block specifically designed for pack-horses, which were responsible for transporting Kendal cloth to London. Sir Robert Bindloss, a prominent figure in the family, achieved great success at a young age, becoming a Member of Parliament for Lancaster at just sixteen years old. His immense wealth earned him the reputation of being "as rich as Sir Robert in the North." Although officially supporting Parliament during the Civil War, Sir Robert seemed to harbour Royalist sympathies. Notably, in 1651, Borwick Hall provided refuge to the future Charles the Second after his defeat at the Battle of Carlisle. According to local tradition, it was during this time that a young local woman had a liaison with His Majesty, resulting in one of his many illegitimate children.

The gatehouse of Borwick Hall bears a datestone inscribed with the year 1650, along with the initials of Robert Bindloss and his wife. This is a testament to the Bindloss family's influence and significant contributions to the Hall's expansion. Additionally, the village green is adorned with giant limestone blocks, marking the foundations of a chapel where Dr Richard Sherlock, a former chaplain to Royalist troops, fearlessly preached Catholic sermons during the 1650s. His sermons were considered dangerously unfashionable at the time. Dr. Sherlock engaged in heated debates with Richard Hubberthorne, a prominent Yealand Quaker. Furthermore, George Fox, the founder of the Quaker movement, expressed his grievances against armed men from Borwick Hall who attempted to disrupt one of his meetings. These clashes between different religious factions highlight the complex dynamics and tensions within the community during this period.

In the Jacobite rebellion of 1715, Ralph Standish, a resident of Borwick Hall, actively supported the Catholic and Stuart causes. Unfortunately, his allegiance led to his capture during the Battle of Preston, where the rebellion was ultimately crushed. Despite these historical events, Borwick Hall gradually faded into the background of national affairs. The arrival of the Lancaster Canal in the 1790s and the subsequent introduction of the railway.

Borwick Hall Ghost Investigations Lancashire

Borwick Hall Carnforth Lancashire
Ghost Hunt Supper ( With an Optional Sleepover)
Saturday 20th July 2024 8.00pm - 2.00am only £79.00 per person
If you are sleeping at Borwick Hall you are required to bring your own sleeping bag and pillows

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.

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For those seeking an extra dose of excitement, why not extend your stay with an optional sleepover? Spend the night in the very heart of Borwick Hall, where the spirits are said to roam. Feel the thrill of the unknown as you settle in for a night filled with whispers in the dark and unexplained phenomena. This is an opportunity to truly immerse yourself in the supernatural and create memories that will last a lifetime.

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Join us for a unique and hair-raising experience on our Borwick Hall Haunted Sleepover. This overnight ghost hunt is a thrilling adventure that takes you through the haunted halls of one of the most haunted locations in carnforth. Our experienced guides will lead you through this unforgettable journey, giving you the chance to participate in a genuine paranormal investigation.

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

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