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Ghost Hunt UK make a return to this wonderful, haunted building. Could you be brave and spend a night here? Will the Royal Gunpowder Mills ghosts make an appearance? Will it make our night go with a bang…?
In the mid-1850s onwards this site was involved in developing new explosives. We saw during world war one a Hugh demand and with this it increased its staff by 3000. The new staff recruited was mainly female. This then made a total of 6230 staff.
During WWII Waltham Abbey remained an important production unit .and the first two years of the war was the sole producer of RDX. This was the explosive that was used in the Bouncing Bomb.
In 1945 it re-opened as a research centre known as The Explosives Research and Development and was in existence to 1977.
Waltham Abbey was finally closed in 1991, ending 300 years of explosives production and research.
An amazing place so much to explore will you come across the angry man who resides in the shops. Will you come across the Ghost who likes to communicate by table tipping in the main building. Guests have seen shadows peeping round doorways. The feeling of not being welcomed and areas turning very cold. Will you experience the stones being thrown in the outbuildings? So does this amazing location interest you? book now to join us on this amazing event!!!
When you arrive, you will be greeted by one of our team and you will be placed into a small group. Once introductions have been made and the team have run though the health and safety. You will explore different parts of the building throughout the evening with your team member. You will get the chance to conduct some amazing experiments such as Ouija Boards, Table Tipping, Glass Moving vigils and our up-to-date ghost hunting equipment. We will be using the most active areas of the venue throughout the night and you will be guided through this terrifying process by our friendly and capable team. Included near the end of your evening you will be able to go off and explore for an hour to yourself using what equipment you would like. Do you dare to explore the unknown?