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Oxney Bottom - Ringwould. Aim: To investigate and further our studies into possible paranormal activity at this location. Background: Well what can we say about Oxney that we haven't said before?
Return to Oxney. There are far more places I'd rather go than to Oxney Bottom, as my account of our last visit on the 1st July should have made clear. Need less to say it is a place that ranks very high on the list of GCUK's favourite places, and one you just can't decline to experience given the chance, The one thing that helped me convince myself to go back was that the full team was going this time, and there's saftey in numbers! We started with a drink at the now infamous local pub waiting for the light to ebb away and eventually drove up to Oxney in time for the light to fall about 8.
Oxney Bottom - Ringwould, Kent. Aim: To further our studies into the mysteries and possible paranormal activity at Oxney Bottom. Background: "Oh well, here we go again".
Guest Registered: 9 Jun Posts: 2, An interesting read on Oxney Bottom and it's history. Guest Registered: 11 Jun Posts: 2,
There can be little doubt that the original rumours of ghosts haunting Oxney Bottom sprang from the activities of smugglers who were rife in this area in the 18th century. Who would actually have a use for a barn in such an inaccessible and fearful location, other than people who wished their activities to remain secret. The desecrated church at Oxney now had a thatched roof and all of its windows and doors had been blocked up, with the exception of one small doorway, presumably the one that remains to this day. I have heard rumour of at least one murder occurring here that was related to the smuggling activity and all this would contribute to the reputation that Oxney was a dangerous and hideous place to visit — especially the ruined church!
The year-old has described the terrifying moment she and a friend think they spotted the supernatural being at Kent's ghost hotspot. A young Deal woman who visited the notoriously spooky Oxney Bottom with her friend in the hope of seeing the Grey Lady is convinced she captured the infamous ghost on camera. Ellise Begg, 17, from Sholden visited the scary Dover spot with her friend, on July 6, but said the pair decided to head home when they weren't able to find any ghosts.
According to local folklore, her ghostly form has haunted Oxney Bottom at Ringwould near Deal for many decades and there aren't many people in the district who don't know of someone who knows of someone who has seen her. Now year-old Ellise Begg thinks she could have been in the company of the mysterious spirit - and she think's she captured her on camera- during a recent walk around the wooded area that also encompasses Freedown Woods. She said: "My cousin and I were talking about haunted places and we decided to go to Oxney Bottom. The smartphone image she took shows a streak of light to the right, which when magnified, shows what looks like a woman's face and a veil of long hair.