Tuesday, 24 January 2012


Thorpe Lodge as it used to be. The right wing (facing) and top floor are now missing
Here is the much awaited follow up full-night  investigation at Thorpe Lodge, a former Regency period country home now owned and maintained by Broadlands District Council, Norwich, Norfolk.

There was considerable activity on the night, and so much so that I have decided to split the investigation into at least two parts, and mainly focussing on the activity picked up that night.

It is without doubt extremely active, but not unpleasantly so. It seemed quite apparent that they knew we were there, and I feel they were quite mindful of our presence.

The very active staircase
A telling EVP was around 11:25 when a voice told `Everyone to step into ...... (room?)
Listening, I had the impression that the voice was ushering them away from the staircase.

The edit was very difficult as there were 6 video tapes to work from which makes the assembling rather difficult, but I think I have discovered the best activity so far.

I can tell you that the second part has some incredible EVP and other events that will make the first part rather tame by comparison!

I do hope you enjoy this -  And will `like` here and on Youtube.

My thanks to team member Deanne Romans, Broadlands District Council, John Frary, Tony Steward and our friends John and Josie Lewin.

Chris Halton

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