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Sunday, 15 November 2020 22:44

Gwrych Castle Ghost Hunts

Hi everyone, I wanted to first off introduce myself, I am Chris a member of the DeadLive team and I have been helping DeadLive since 2013 previous to this I was doing private investigations to strange occourances in people's homes
During my time doing the ghost hunts and investigations I have witnessed first hand or taken the picture/video footage myself and some strange occourances which I have later thought about what it could be possibly have been. These have been at some of our event locations which I will be talking about in the future.

I myself work on researching Physic tools/devices used in the paranormal these would range from planchette's to ouija boards to Automatic Writers as well as having a interest in Tarot cards However my main focus is studying pictures/video footage and looking at what equipment is used and what could trigger it which I will give examples of in this blog and for the future.
The equipment used for ghost hunting includes the standard k2 meter that was made famous by most haunted tv show starting back in 2002.
This device is a EMF meter (electro magnetic field) used traditionally by electrians to detect live electrical wires to avoid damage to themselves. This particular device is a single axis which means it can pick up electric signals from left to right or right to left.
The down side to this bit of standard equipment is that mobile phones and radio signals can interact with the equipment resulting in fake readings.

Today I would like to talk about Gwrych castle in north Wales which is owned and being restored by the Gwrych castle presevation trust.

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Monday, 28 October 2019 11:07

The Tivoli Venue Buckley

Tivoli Venue Buckley North Wales

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Monday, 01 April 2019 15:11

Maes Y Neuadd

Maes Y Neuadd



Maes Y Neuadd is a substantial Grade II listed Welsh slate and stone residence set into the hillside, offering an abundance of history, charm and spectacular views of Mount Snowdon and Cardigan Bay.
Comprising an historic 14th century Grade II listed former country house hotel with coach house
Maes Y Neuadd is steeped in history, with the land originally being gifted by the King to the first Lord Lieutenant of Merionethshire where as a Royalist estate, it was visited on a number of occasions by Oliver Cromwell. From the mid 17th century it became the principle home of the Wynn family until the early 20th century, when it was converted to an exclusive country house hotel with legendary guests such as Jackie Kennedy Onassis and Edward Kennedy, Kylie Minogue, Nigel Mansell and the Attenborough brothers.

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Thursday, 22 November 2018 12:58

Margam Castle

Margam Castle Port Talbot Ghost Hunt

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Wednesday, 23 May 2018 15:34

Gwrych Castle Ghost Hunts

Hi everyone, I wanted to first off introduce myself, I am Chris a member of the DeadLive team and I have been helping DeadLive since 2013 previous to this I was doing private investigations to strange occourances in people's homes
During my time doing the ghost hunts and investigations I have witnessed first hand or taken the picture/video footage myself and some strange occourances which I have later thought about what it could be possibly have been. These have been at some of our event locations which I will be talking about in the future.

I myself work on researching Physic tools/devices used in the paranormal these would range from planchette's to ouija boards to Automatic Writers as well as having a interest in Tarot cards However my main focus is studying pictures/video footage and looking at what equipment is used and what could trigger it which I will give examples of in this blog and for the future.
The equipment used for ghost hunting includes the standard k2 meter that was made famous by most haunted tv show starting back in 2002.
This device is a EMF meter (electro magnetic field) used traditionally by electrians to detect live electrical wires to avoid damage to themselves. This particular device is a single axis which means it can pick up electric signals from left to right or right to left.
The down side to this bit of standard equipment is that mobile phones and radio signals can interact with the equipment resulting in fake readings.

Today I would like to talk about Gwrych castle in north Wales which is owned and being restored by the Gwrych castle presevation trust.

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