We’re excited to be doing our first paranormal investigation at Margam Castle South Wales One of the most haunted venues in the UK, we can’t wait to see what we find!
Dare you join the Team?
Once we are all gathered outside the castle, the Team will take you inside, where, following an introduction to the history of this fascinating venue, we will split into smaller groups and proceed to investigate its many haunting claims. As usual, you will get use of our extensive array of equipment, from technical items such as our wireless camera/pad systems, emf meters and voice recorders to the more traditional items such as dowsing rods and pendulums. Workshops will take place throughout the evening and you will be able to take part in human pendulums, spirit boards, scrying and much more!
Location: Margam Country Park, Margam, Neath Port Talbot SA13 2TJ
Date: Saturday 7th April 2018
Time: 9pm to 2.30am
Tickets: £59 – Including light snacks and drinks. Adults Only
Margam Park/Castle has evidence of over 4000 years of Human habitation.
In the ground is the remains of a Norman abbey founded in the mid 12th century.
The present gothic style of Margam Castle was built in the early 19th century.
The Castle remained in use until the end of the second world war.
The Park was officially opened to the public in 1977.
Year 1147 Cistercian Abbey was founded by Robert Earl of Gloucester.
Year 1487 – 1559
The Abbey was brought by Sir Rice Mansel.
Year 1750 – 1941
Year 1941 – 1973
Sir David Evans – Bevan.
Year 1973 – present
Property Owned By County Castle.
With such a long and interesting history it’s no surprise that Margam Castle is said to be one of the country’s most haunted buildings, with ghostly monks, Robert Scott who was a murdered gamekeeper, blacksmith, children laughing, unexplained footsteps, noises of chanting, cold spots, poltergeist activity and orbs.
Is this building in the top 10 of UKs most haunted. Some people believe so!!
If you fancy and paranormal evening with all kinds of activity this is your venue. Margam Castle is reported to be one of the UK’s most haunted buildings.
On my arrival I was amazed by the beautiful gothic architecture in my opinion as a medium the building and grounds are haunted at least 30 different spirits. Some playful children, ww2 soldiers, monks, ex-workers and even the odd roman soldier.
Can’t wait to do our first extensive investigation of this wonderful building
One Not To Be Missed!!
Don’t forget to bring your torches and cameras – you never know what you might find!
Prepare to be scared!