Paranormal Activity Caught on Tape - Real Ghost Hunt
- uploaded: Mar 1, 2014
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For this new ghost hunt, we travelled to one of the most haunted castles in England to try and capture Paranormal activity on video. This was a very active ghost investigation and ghost hunting fans will be shocked by the high amount of paranormal activity caught on investigated the ruins of Corfe Castle, we caught some fantastic findings from this location, even a piece of visual evidence that we could not Castle is one of Britain's most majestic is evidence in the village of a civilization that existed in 6000 BC as well as Celtic habitation around 1300 BC and of course, the Romans around AD 50. There is a legend which Tomas Hardy recorded concerning the disappearance of an entire Roman legion, with of course, only its ghost remaining leading to the conclusion that a massive battle must have taken place between the Celts and the Romans which later resulted in the demise of the Celts. Early in the fifth century, after the Romans left, the Vikings and the Saxons occupied this area until AD 1090 when the Norman Conquest occurredThe oldest surviving structure on the castle site dates back to the 11th century, although evidence exists of some form of stronghold predating the Norman Conquest. Edward the Martyr was assassinated at the site on 18 March 978The rings are believed to be the site of a siege castle built by King Stephen in 1139 AD in an unsuccessful attempt to regain control of Corfe Castle when he claimed the throne form the House of Blois and Civil War the Conqueror rebuilt the fortification with stone to insure its durability for use as a royal fortress. (Purbeck Stone is considered the finest limestone in England). In the 13th century King John improved the castle defences and also erected a hall, a chapel and some domestic buildings. Following that, Henry III had additional walls, towers and gatehouses , although fortified to be impregnable, the skeletal ruins that stand today were destroyed from within. This fascinating ruin, which attracts millions of visitors, was caused by a "turncoat" during the civil war, who gave entry into the castle from the inside, thereby allowing Cromwell's army to enter the castle to destroy everything in their path. Today, the skeletal remains reveal evidence of a stronghold that predated the Norman Conquest, and the site of the assassination of Edward the Martyr in March 978. The surviving structure of the later castle dates to the 11th 's army fought the most remarkable Lady Bankes, a Royalist, who cared for the castle while her husband, Sir John was called away by Charles I, earning her the name "Brave Dame Mary" as well as the respect of the Parliamentary commander; who was so impressed with her courage that he allowed her to leave the castle with her garrison and the keys to the castle once the Roundheads finally persuaded her to surrender. The Bankes family still preserves those keys at their family home, which is also protected by the National castle has had a lot of reported ghost sightings that has made the BBC, and other media, so we, the Dorset Ghost Investigators are now going to investigate one of the most haunted castles in the south of SUBSCRIBE & JOIN THE FAMILY. Please follow us on twitter at like our facebook page at #!/pages/Dorset-Ghost-Investigators/259833150723729Our website is credit to:Kevin MacLeod ()".Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution "