Ghost Hunting & Ghost Hunts At Ryecroft Hall, Manchester, With Simply Ghost Nights, 7th December 2013

Top Quote Ghost hunt at Ryecroft Hall, Manchester and come and join Simply Ghost Nights on a ghost hunting event on the 7th December 2013 as we return to a favourite location of Stuart and Rosey's and help us unravel just who and why these unsettled spirits refuse to move on or keep returning on visitation. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) November 12, 2013 - Dare you go ghost hunting on a ghost hunt at Ryecroft Hall in Manchester is a great testiment to area with this huge unspoilt Victorian house. Ryecroft Hall was built in 1849 by James Smith Buckley. The Buckleys were a family of wealthy cotton manufacturers who also owned other property in the area. The hall took several years to build and was opulently styled in a manner befitting a successful and affluent Victorian family. Many of the rooms still have their original wood panelling and stunning ornate ceilings. The property was inherited by various members of the Buckley family before being sold to businessman and local MP Austin Hopkinson.

    During the 1914-18 war Ryecroft Hall was used as a Red Cross hospital and communications centre and remnants of its use can still be observed in the cellar where the original signs are still visible on the old doors. In 1922 the house and grounds were given to the district of Audenshaw and it was used as a social and administrative centre. The property is now used by the local community for civil ceremonies, group meetings and social activities.

    The hall has a well-known local reputation for being haunted and has been the scene of a abundance of ghost sightings and spooky occurrences. The cellars are a hive of activity and the main hall has more than its fair share of reported sightings. On one occasion during the festive season the staff were amazed to find after they had put up the tree and all the trimmings one day, they came into work the following day to find the trimmings all on the floor as if removed on purpose. Cigarettes stubs have been thrown down from a balcony when there is no one in the building apart from the security guard. A little girl has been seen many times on the staircase.

    Ryecroft hall is used for many things now including many weddings that have been filmed for Coronation Street in the last few years.

    Come and join us as we return to a firm favourite location of Stuart and Rosey and help us unravel just who and why these unsettled spirits refuse to move on.

    Participate in.
    •Victorian Séances
    •Table Tipping Experiments
    •Ouija Boards
    •Glass Divination

    Use all the latest ghost hunting equipment such as K2 meters, Franks box, motion sensors, sound enhancers, infra red camera's, and much more as we search for ghostly communication from the other side.

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