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Now available on Vimeo
Now available on Vimeo
Dating back to the 3rd century, A.D, Burgh Castle was built as a late Roman fort to protect the shores of England from invading barbarian hordes emanating from continental Europe.
Controlled by the `Count of the Saxon shore`, Burgh was one of a series of similar fortifications stretching from Norfolk to Hampshire. Sadly though by the 5th century, all activity there had ceased following the fall of Rome and the withdrawal of soldiers from the region.
The site was later occupied by Saxon tribesmen and later, the Normans who erected a small castle within the curtilage of the Roman fort. That too later disappeared and the site area levelled.
My night visit with fellow friends and investigators Eddie Mallett and Patricia Burke produced some amazing activity captured on a P-SB7 `ghost box`, where spirit reached out to Eddie by identifying him by name. Later, the sound of horses and men were captured on camera near the main entrance gate.
This is probably one of the best investigations in 2020 and runs for an hour which includes a full documentary on the fort`s history. Presented and filmed by Chris Halton, this show is a further commitment to quality and historical detail.
LOST LANDSCAPES OF THE TEMPLARS
A spiritual journey across a lost landscape that was moulded by the order of the Knight`s Templar and today remains as part of a public walkway in a near-pristine valley landscape explored by Chris Halton, with some interesting responses recorded on a ghost box.
A NIGHT IN AN 11th CENTURY RUIN
Here is an investigation from the ruins of an 11th-century church dedicated to St Martin, at Shotesham, Norfolk with Eddie Mallett.
The church was once owned by St Benets Abbey but was made ruinous after the reformation and has survived to the present day where it is open for the general public and is still used occasionally for open-air services. It proved to be a fascinating experience from the EVP recorded within the ruin itself.