Glen admits he has got really hot and bothered. It was then that the building began to fall into a state of disrepair. It's a huge resource to it's community and attracts 8,000 visitors each year. A figure of a man has been seen walking the stairs on a regulary basis, the man is someone who worked here but died years earlier. You will notice that Fred always holds his book closely to him with one arm, and then has his other hand in his very large pocket. The investigation continues into the Judge's Lodgings where the team seems to be under attack, and something is trying to get through a door.
The ghosts have finally woken up to the threat of exposure at this location and are ramping up their interference. The second location the team investigated was a Victorian Mansion in Manchester, which is now abandoned and in a sorry state, but is slowly being restored to its former glory for use as a music, art and photography haven. Lou - I refuse, I do not want to risk damaging my bum bag, it's got my fags in it. Items have been move around in empty rooms and many are too afraid to enter the building's cellars alone. The camera is clearly working. The episode was probably the slowest of the series, but one intriguing moment came towards the end of the investigation when Fred was in the basement with camera man Gregg Smith and sound guy Darren Hutchinson. It says, here is my blurbage.
Yvette is convinced it is a ghost. It really does get pathetic, the overacting is too much even for Most Haunted. . The big moment of the investigation was when Karl and Stuart Torevell went alone to a prefabricated house, one of the museum's many outbuildings. Later in the investigation, Gregg had a chilling encounter in the hall's cellar.
I imagine the script meeting before filming went something like this. The original run for Series 6 was only to be 18 episodes, with the last 11 as Series 7, but due to the leaving of Acorah, the series was made longer. With insights like that the man should right a book. Oh its full of some disgusting white thick liquid, oh there is a note attached. So lets turn the episode on, and see if my guides were right. The team, led by Yvette Fielding, spend 24 hours investigating infamously haunted locations to uncover mysteries and bring an honest account of reported paranormal activity.
Stuart - I'll do it, done it a few times before I know how to fall. But was turned off so that Fred could carefully position himself on the floor to pretend to have passed out, but not before switching the camera back on. Really shouldn't be more than 10 seconds. Glen is in a room all on his own, since nothing is happening and there are no ghosts around, he slowly pulls down his trousers and knocks a quick one out. And with that I end my review.
The hall is said to be haunted by the sound of loud voices and footsteps. They are the single most incompetent, and idiotic ghost hunters in the history of the world, that get more paranormal activity than anyone else, yet after 20 seasons, 100s of episodes, they haven't caught a single piece of credible evidence. Back with Yvette and you can clearly hear cars in the background, so they are right on a street, so any noise they hear could easily be someone outside. Karl claims that something is moving stuff yet instead of setting up 10 cameras covering every angle, which if all of this was real would get 100% proof, they instead stick with the one camera method, and Karl has his crappy little torch. At the end of what was the worst episode of Most Haunted in history, we were promised that Part 2 of the investigation at Ruthin Castle would include people passing out and all manner of craziness, so that and that alone has encouraged me to keep going and review another episode.
The team have 24 hours to find out if it's also one of Kent's 'Most Haunted' buildings. Considerable growth was then tempered by a clean air act then forced the coal fuel ovens to burn one last time in 1960. Again a simple smartphone or two left to film all angles would shut me up in a moment. Well that's just what the Most Haunted team do. Era: The Manor was built in 1230, and restored between 1957 and 1965. After a little digging and googling - and reading about some behind-the-scenes entrapment by the crew who planted fake info to Derek before tapings -- we are now bigger fans than ever. Phil is a husky and cute lad prone to wearing tight dance club Tshirts.
Legend has it that William Oatway was running out of money, his daughter had left and married an irish sea captain, they had not seen her for years and they wrecked a shipwreck which had alot of dead bodies, they saw a women lieing on the sand, she had been bashed against the rocks, her face was badly disfigured, William robbed her then brought her back to the house when he realised that she was still alive unconscious, he lied her in the bed and she died 5 days later, William wondered how he could dispose of the body and he went to the pub and was talking to some people who had a list of all the people that had died from the shipwreck, there was only one women on the entire list and they gave him the name and it was his daughter Kate Oatway, they did not know what to do with the body so the bricked up the room with the body still in the bed, in the 1880's a farmer broke through a spare windowsill wall to discover the body of Kates skeleton in the four postered bed. Dorthy slipped by accident down the stairs with her child while she was pregnant with another, the doctor came and said she would die, when Robert returned home he found his wife and child both dead in the bed and the doctor had dissapeared never to be seen again. An interesting Avatar pops up, making an unusual gesture to it's lady garden, How very strange, I managed to grab an image, you might need to zoom in to see it properly. Karl - Ok guys tonight one of us needs to pass out. Yvette - If I do it does that mean I get an extra donut when we finished? The Most Haunted team have 24 hours to find out if any of these eclectic former occupents are related to its proported paranormal activity.