Guy’s Cliffe House is a very mysterious and unique ghost hunting location. It is a very quirky building and has much to offer for any ghost hunter.
The energies here are fantastic; the chapel, bell tower, underground tunnels, eerie house ruins, stables, several ancient caves with weird and spooky little openings and rooms, of which one to this day is unknown for its previous use, they are all waiting to be explored with Haunted Houses Events.
Your ghost hunt at Guys Cliffe House will see you exploring all areas of the building made available to us, where you will be able to experience glass divination, table tipping and a group human pendulum experiment. Plus, for those comfortable enough – Ouija boards will also be on hand for you to use – all to aid your communication with the dead. Also, you will have a whole host of the most up-to-date ghost hunting gadgets to use whilst you carry out your ghost hunt. Taking part in spirit call-outs and wait to see what happens in the silence that follows. Haunted Houses likes to work in small teams to give you the very best experience possible. For the very brave lone vigils (ghost hunting in a room all alone) are very popular and plenty of opportunities to do so will be given.
Your spooky ghost hunt at Guys Cliffe House is an evening you may never forget. Dark shadows and eerie noises have been witnessed by many, even moving objects have been known to occur here.
An uncontrollable feeling of dread is reported by many in the underground tunnels, made all the worse by there being no escape if anything happens in the tunnel in front of you, especially if that tunnel is your exit to freedom
Strange lights have been seen and ghostly shadows have been witnessed walking past windows of rooms that have no floors. A strange mist has been said to appear moving in the chapel, with heavy footsteps coming from the rooms above.
The tunnels imbedded in the rock face is said to have played host to demon worship and a history of witchcraft is reported to of taken place on the site. What energies has this practice left roaming this location.
Guys Cliffe Mansion has stood on this site since the early Saxon times and takes it’s name from Guy of Warwick, a trusted servant to the Saxon Earl of Warwick. It is said that Guy on his retirement became a hermit living alone on the land, and for this in 1423 a Chantry was founded on the site.
The site passed into private hands at the turn of the dissolution of the Monasteries and in 1751, a West India Merchant by the name of Samuel Greatheed built the House we see today including a private chapel, which is today owned and used by the Freemasons.
Guys Cliffe House currently sits in a ruined state, but during the Great War and World War II it was used by evacuee children giving shelter to many refugees from the great Cities.
In 1992 a destructive fire broke out at Guys Cliffe House, caused during filming of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, A fire scene got out of control resulting in a large amount of the house being lost and no standing in ruin.