Tutbury Castle (Staffordshire) Reviews
Description:Tutbury, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire DE13 9JF
Newest Review: ... that you’ll have to watch the programme yourself. It’s going to be an hour and a half in length and is due to be shown on Living TV on July 1st. I don’t know what time yet. I’ll update this when I do know. So, that’s enough about me, what about the castle? = = = HISTORY = = = ... more
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by - written on 14/05/03, updated on 14/05/03 (Very useful, 1224 readings)
= = = WHAT WAS SARAH_LOUISE DOING AT TUTBURY? = = = As some of you already know, Sarah_Louise is a huge fan of the paranormal. Having started a paranormal research society just before Christmas 2002 I’ve now got over 50 members who regularly attend overnight investigations into haunted locations around the country with me. Sometime in early April I heard about a charity ghost hunt. It was due to be the worlds biggest ghost hunt and was to take place at Tutbury Castle. On April 22nd I saw an episode of Most Haunted, this particular episode came from Tutbury Castle. It was one of the funniest episodes I’ve ever seen. ... Read the complete review
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