Personally, I am extremely sceptical of the events that occur on some TV shows, they look highly dramatised and unbelievable to me and not genuine paranormal activity, but despite this we have always been fascinated by the location of Pendle Hill and wanted to visit it to see for ourselves.

As we have discussed in [...]

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Ghost Writer?

On May 26, 2011 By

Frank Watson lets you into a secret!

Not only do I organise ghost hunts but I write as well, not about ghost hunts I must add, well not at the moment, although something paranormal may creep in, but for the future I have one or two ideas.

 Well I’m told that summer is almost upon [...]

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Saturday 25th June 2011 Saturday 30th July 2011 Saturday 27th August 2011 Saturday 24th September 2011

Includes:-

Guided Clitheroe ghost walk with Simon Supper at the haunted inn Pendle Witch story Vigil on Pendle Hill Ghost hunt at the inn

To book for this ever popular event go to Book Online

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GHOST hunters will be descending on a 19th century Clitheroe inn after claiming they were told the town’s castle museum was ‘inappropriate’ for their event.

There will be ghostly walks and attempts to communicate with spirits of the dead with Ouija boards and séances at the new Paranormal Evenings in [...]

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Set in Lancashire, England, during the infamous witch trials of 1612, Daughters of the Witching Hill reveals the true story of Bess Southerns, aka Old Demdike, cunning woman, healer and the most notorious of the Pendle Witches, and of Alizon Device, her granddaughter, struggling to come to terms with her family’s troubling legacy. Though [...]

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The War on Witches

On March 31, 2011 By

historyextra.com magazine article   Where history happened 

1. Pendle Hill, Lancashire

Mass witch trials were rare in England, primarily due to the workings of common law, which prevented individuals from pursuing campaigns against a general perceived threat. Instead, a charge was usually based on a formal complaint from [...]

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Lancaster Castle, where the trial of  the Pendle Witches  took place in 1612, is no longer a working prison.

The last remaining prisoners left Lancaster Castle this week

The lease on the castle taken out by the Ministry Of Defence still has around three years to run.

The castle’s owners – the [...]

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