Friday 13th October Ghost Hunt of Llancaiach Fawr Manor @ Llancaiach Fawr Manor, Treharris [13 October]

Friday 13th October Ghost Hunt of Llancaiach Fawr Manor

20:00 - 02:00

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Llancaiach Fawr Manor
Gelligaer Road, CF46 6ER Treharris
On Friday 13th October we will be doing another ghost hunt of Llancaiach Fawr Manor starting our ghost hunt from 8:00pm — 2:00am and tickets only £45 per person.

Llancaiach Fawr Manor has masses of paranormal activity and history to back up what we have found on our other investigations. Llancaiach Fawr Manor is a Tudor manor home close to the village of Nelson, positioned simply to the north of the positioning of the previous Llancaiach Colliery within the coronary heart of the Rhymney Valley in South Wales.
The semi-fortified home was constructed on the positioning of an earlier medieval construction. It's a Grade I listed construction and is now considered one the finest buildings in the area. Once owned by Colonel Edward Prichard in 1645 this gentleman still like to make his presents known. Over the years many investigators have ventured into the building and declared that Llancaiach Fawr Manor is haunted. For a number of years web cams were fixed in a lower kitchen area and would often deliver video footage of shadows and figures walking around in the area.

Llancaiach Fawr Manor armoury on the second floor leaves you with no doubt that the Manor was built for a reason and during our investigations the now spirits of the original inhabitants still protect it. The manor home was designed to be simply defended throughout a turbulent interval in Welsh and British historical past and is taken into account one of many best surviving examples of a semi-fortified manor in Wales. Its first proprietor, Dafydd ap Richard, is understood to have been lord of the manor in 1549.
Llancaiach Fawr Manor unique design included a single entrance, four-foot thick partitions enclosing spiral stone staircases. Llancaiach Fawr Manor entry between flooring and stout wood doorways with iron bolts; there might initially have been as much as fourteen staircases within the manor, one for every room.

When the doorways had been securely closed, the Manor was successfully divided in two, making certain that the internal east wing supplied a self-contained place of refuge in case of assault.
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