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The Scole Experiment

At the beginning of 1993 four psychic researchers embarked on a series of experiments in the Norfolk village of Scole. The Scole Experiment is an extraordinary video, recording the results of a five-year investigation into life after death.

The events recorded were so astounding that senior members of the prestigious Society for Psychical Research asked to observe, test and record what took place.

Below is the video giving a unique insight in to the experiment and some of many strange and fascinating results and personal experiences to come out of these experiments in to the after life and the spirit world.

The Scole Experiments – The Afterlife Investigations – Movie Feature

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The Bell Hotel.Thetford, Norfolk

Some ghost sightings include one of an ex-landlady and a hooded monk...

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Raynham Hall. Norfolk

Ghostly Figure of the Raynham Hall Brown Lady

A ghost of a woman known as the Brown Lady haunts Raynham Hall. She has not been seen since 1936, however a very reliable photograph was taken of the apparition.

The spectre is seen in a long brown dress or cape. The first sighting was reported in 1835 by Colonel Loftus, who witnessed the ghost twice. His description was that she was wearing a brown satin dress and had only black empty sockets for eyes.

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Tudor Rose Hotel. Norfolk

Dating back to the twelfth century and has a reputation as being haunted.

Dating back to the twelfth century and has a reputation as being haunted.

Legend has it that a murder took place in the building during a wedding where the Bridegroom stabbed his wife to death. The bride is said to haunt the upstairs rooms.