Ghost hunt at Oakwell Hall..With Karl and Stuart from Tvs Most Haunted Date - 24th Sept 2016 Time - 7pm til 1200 Price - £70pp Car parking on site... Address - Nutter Lane WF17 9LG, Birstall, Birstall, Batley, West Yorkshire WF17 9LG Limited places History.. Oakwell Hall was built by John Batt in 1583 and is now run as a 'living museum' furnished as the Batt family home in the 1690s Thanks to only minor alterations over the years and a fine collection of period furniture, the Hall offers visitors a real insight into a post English Civil War household. Charlotte Bronte was so inspired by the house during her visits in the 19th century that she featured it as "Fieldhead" in her classic novel Shirley. Your night includes - Hot/cold drinks and snacks Chats/autographs with the stars Pro photos Ghost hunting equipment Ouija boards ( If location allows ) Table tippng Seances 5 hrs of event And so much more USE THE PAYMENT OPTION TO PAY YOUR DEPOSIT..FULL PAYMENT OR REMAINING BALANCE AFTER YOUR DEPOSIT HAS BEEN PAID..BALANCES ARE DUE 4 WEEKS BEFORE THE EVENT DATE..PRICES ARE ALL PER PERSON.
Oakwell Hall..Birstall..24th Sept 2016
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Ghost's Of Oakwell Hall Oakwell's most famous legend concerns the ghost of William Batt, owner of the house in 1684. He was a young man of 25, a bachelor whose widowed mother, Elizabeth, lived at Oakwell. The best account of the ghost story comes from the Victorian writer Mrs Gaskell in her "Life of Charlotte Bronte". Her account is as follows: "Captain Batt was believed to be far away; his family was at Oakwell; when in the dusk on a winter evening, he came stalking along the lane, through the hall and up the stairs, into his own room, where he vanished. He had been killed in a duel in London that very same afternoon of December 9th 1684." The legend also states that he left a bloody footprint behind in a bedroom. The historical facts behind the story are as follows: A bond surviving in the archives shows that William was at the Black Swan, Holborn in London on December 9th, where he borrowed money. Local diarist Oliver Heywood has two entries recording the death of William; one that he died ‘in sport'; the other that he was ‘slain by Mr Gream at Barne near London'. William was buried in Birstall on December 30th 1684.. Your night includes table tipping..Ouija boards..Seances..etc...As well as ghost hunting equipment.. Chats..Photos and Autograohs with the Most Haunted crew..