What better location for a Ghost Walk and Investigation than ‘The Land of the Dead’?! Dare you join Andrew and our Team for an evening of haunting tales and paranormal hotspots on Stanton Moor, Birchover? Prepare to be Scared!
Meeting in the car-park of the Druid Inn, Andrew and his team will take you on a spooky walk up to the Nine Ladies Stone Circle on Stanton Moor, known locally as ‘Land of the Dead’. Steeped in history, you will learn about the various hauntings and sightings of this mysterious area. Using our investigative equipment you will become a ghost hunter for the evening, searching for the Moor’s haunted hotspots. Will you join us to see what you can discover on another Haunted Company first?!
Location: Meeting at The Druid Inn, Main Street, Brichover, Derbyshire DE4 2BW
Date: Friday 17th June 2016
Times: 8pm to 10pm approx.
Tickets: Only £15 – Limited number – Early booking recommended!
Adults only – Please wear good footwear and dress for the weather. Water proofs recommended! Don’t forget your cameras!
Stanton Moor – History:
Stanton Moor is unique in that it has No less than four Bronze Age stone circles, including the famous Nine Ladies, where Druids and Pagans still celebrate the their summer solstice. The area has a fantastic history and has been used for thousands of years as a place of burials, rituals, sacrifice and worship.
Stanton Moor – Hauntings:
Locals still say keep away from the moor after dark! Legend has it that the nine stones were once witches dancing around on the sabbath to the tunes of the devils fiddle. The image of a hooded man is said to stand just outside the stone circle – is this the devil himself admiring his handiwork? Many believe so. Many stories have also been told about the Beast of the Moor, a mysterious and terrifying creature roaming around after dark. Howls and strange snarls have been heard, and no birds fly over the area! Ancient tombs are also scattered all around, some dating back over 3 thousand years. What will we find on the first ever paranormal investigation of this ancient burial site?