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Paranormal Weekend at Oakraven

Friday  20th to Sunday 22nd September 2019

 Only £80

 District: Howle Hndl, Ross on Wye

Time: Friday 4pm until Sunday 12 noon

Oakraven Paranormal Weekend Deposit £40

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Join John Blackburn Physical Medium on a paranormal Weekend adventure.

The main part of the building was built in 1878 and is ideally situated in the Forest of Dean.

The Forest of Dean covers some 27,000 acres and is one of England's largest ares of ancient woodlands.

There have been some strange reports at Oakraven which range from banging in the middle of the night and ghostly shadows.  Mediums/psychics have picked up information connected to 2 monks, one of which they sensed was quite peaceful and the second monk they sensed to be malevolent. 

10 minutes walk from Oakraven is the enigmatic St Anthony's Well, an ancient spring whose name dates from the medieval period, which is fed from a nearby spring in woodlands near Gun's Mill Farm.

The well was built by the Cistercian monks of Flaxley Abbey and has steps down into its waters, which are thought to have magical curative properties.

You're weekend will consist of two nights of paranormal investigation, and a development workshop should you wish to attend.  Also weather permitting we will be investigating the ancient woods.  Accommodation is two dormitories, one for the ladies and one for the men.  Food is at your own cost, however there is a cooked Full English breakfast available on each morning at a cost of £5 per person.




from the woods, hence the name was born!  Straight from a horror movie there have also been reports of phantom footsteps and sinister whispering emanating from thick fog rolling from within the woods.  It is believed that the woods are haunted by the souls of the many people who have met their doom and are still seen today in the form of ghostly black shadows that can be seen weaving their way through the undergrowth.  In 1948 there was the Dering Woods massacre, 20 corpses plied high were discovered by the police, and incidentally this case was quickly closed and subsequently covered up.