Warmley Clock Tower, Bristol
Date: Saturday 30th May 2020
Warmley Clock Tower, Bristol, is an imposing and dark building which boasts a plethora of ghostly tales.
Over the years visitors to Warmley Clock Tower have reported hearing the sound of children playing and laughing, along with disembodied footsteps and voices whilst the building has been empty.
Sudden cold blasts of air have been felt by past investigators as well as the sound of slamming doors coming from empty corridors.
This is your opportunity to spend six hours inside this impressive building investigating its paranormal activity and exploring the many rooms set out over three foreboding floors.
Warmley clock tower is a former pin factory and was built in 1743 as part of William Champion’s Warmley Brass Works. Working conditions within the factory would of been harsh for men, women and children.
This impressive three storey building is built of rubble with black slag quoins. The main part of the building has a hipped pantiled roof.
The actual tower is set forward and has a saddleback gabled pantile roof and also slag quoins which may have been formerly components from an annealing oven.
This listed building now serves as a community centre.
Reported Paranormal Activity:
Dark shadows have been seen darting from room to room, along with the sound of people talking when no other visitors have been present within the building.
But perhaps the most common report of paranormal activity is that of the sound of children running around, laughing and playing.
Working conditions would of been harsh during its time as a factory which would of resulted in many people being mistreated and ‘worked to death’. Are these very souls responsible for the reported hauntings of Warmley Clock Tower in this present day?
Your overnight ghost hunt at Warmley Clock Tower includes:
- Vigils led by experienced investigators
- An equipment demonstration before the investigation begins
- Full use of our vast array of paranormal equipment
- Refreshments, Tea/coffee & cakes
- Lone vigils at the end of the night where time is on our side
Important factors to consider before booking:
This event may be unsuitable for people with mobility impairments due to the nature of the property being visited. Please call to check anything you might be unsure about before booking your tickets.
All remaining balances for this event will be due by Friday 1st May 2020.