Ghost hunting in Epping Forest

Ouija Board in Epping Forest

GOOD thing I’m not particularly sensitive to paranormal phenomena or Saturday night could have been a reasonably uncomfortable if not frightening experience.

Venturing into Epping Forest for my first ghost hunt at the weekend, I was oblivious to most of the action that was happening around me.

Talking afterwards to Barbara Lowe who led the White Light Paranormal investigation, I have just found out that we came head to head with a shape-shifting demon and for most of the night were surrounded by spirits with evil intentions!

For me the night had been like taking a museum tour without the headphones. I had to keep asking everyone around me what was happening. But despite that, it was a night worth remembering and I am fortunate to have gone.

I had interviewed Barbara a couple of weeks ago about her adventures as a psychic medium (see Ghostly Encounters of a Nocturnal Kind and Interview with a Psychic Medium) and she was keen for me to experience a ghost hunt myself with White Light Paranormal.

Brooke, also a ghost hunt newbie, joined me with Barbara and her crew on the investigation of the High Beach area of Epping Forest on Saturday night and agreed it was a memorable experience.

Epping Forest is chosen by ghost hunters because it has a long and dark history or murder and crime: Dick Turpin had a hideout there, a mental asylum was nearby, gangsters like The Krays used it for a body dumping ground and there were suicides and witchcraft aplenty.

Author: The Spooky Isles

Share This Post On

1 Comment

  1. Hi,
    First of all a real interesting article and enjoyed reading it.
    Me and few of my colleges are going to make our way to Epping forest and do a ghost hunt of our own and what I wanted to know is about this hells area.
    Is there any way you are able to give us a discription of were in epping forest the location of hells area would be or how we can get there?

    If you can help us in this I would greatly appreciate it. Epping forest is far from were we live so we would luv to make the most of it.

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    Thank you.


Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>