Stanley Palace, Chester, is known to be the most haunted building in this historic city. Built in the 16th century on the foundations dating back hundreds of years, Stanley Palace generates immense levels of paranormal activity during each and every visit. This Grade II listed half timbered building is most famous for its involvement in the civil war, used to hide King Charles supporters, and later became a prison for those waiting to be executed for treason.
The hauntings of Stanley Palace are as renowned as the history of the structure, with many locals and volunteers witnessing paranormal activity for themselves. Children are frequently heard running from room to room, laughing and singing along the way. The ghost of James Stanley who was executed in the 17th century has been seen wandering the halls, often showing himself as a photographic negative. The figure of a woman has been seen playing to piano to her lover, and a dark and dangerous shadow, known to be one of the “Black Friars” shows himself to those who dare to visit in the dead of the night. With table tipping, equipment evidence, ouiji board activity and spirit sightings, this is one of the most haunted locations that Moonlight Paranormal investigates.
Join us and our team of experienced mediums on the 29th September 2012 for an unforgettable experience at the infamous Stanley Palace. The ghost hunt begins at 9:30pm and ends at 4:00am. Tickets are £49 per person, with discounts available for large group bookings, please enquire for more details.
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