Explore The Gallery
Welcome to our gallery page
your welcome to view our pictures from our locations we have visited around England ,
If you click on the video below each one you will be able to see our investigations on each property we have visited..
LOCATION: Aston Hall (Birmingham)
DATE: 4TH December 2019
Aston Hall is a magnificent seventeenth century red-brick mansion situated in a picturesque public park on the north side of Birmingham. Built between 1618 and 1635 for Sir Thomas Holte and home to James Watt Junior from 1817-1848, Aston Hall is steeped in history.
AVon Croft Museum
LOCATION: Avon Croft Museum (Bromsgrove)
DATE: 21st Decemember 2019
Avon Croft Museum is filled with over 60 buildings that have been restored and moved to avon croft from around England, There are many different buildings even a stunning windmill they have restored and brought back to live and is now in fully working order making bread... There is even a merchants house which when restoring the building and moving it tothis site they found a coin in the structure that dated back to the 15th century now they have restored the building you can now walk all around the building which is pretty cool!!
Please look at our live video of footage inside the windmill is really breath taking!!
LOCATION: Drakelow Tunnels (Kiddiminster)
DATE: 21st May 2019
Drakelow Tunnels are a former Top Secret underground military complex beneath Kingsford Country Park north of Kidderminster, Worcestershire. The tunnels were built between 1941-1942 as a Shadow Factory for the Rover car company. Parts for aircraft engines were machined in the 3.5 miles of tunnels throughout WWII
Guys Cliffe House
LOCATION: Guy's Cliffe House
DATE: 26th March 2018
Guy's Cliffe has been occupied since Saxon times and derives its name from the legendary Guy of Warwick. Guy is supposed to have retired to a hermitage on this site, this legend led to the founding of a chantey. The chantey was established in 1423 as the Chapel of St Mary Magdalene and the rock-carved stables and storehouses still remain. After the Dissolution of the Monasteries by Henry VIII the site passed into private hands.