Fulford Manor (Exeter, Devon)

Fulford Manor (Exeter, Devon) Great Fulford is an historic estate in the parish of Dunsford, Devon. The Grade 1 listed Manor house, known as Great Fulford House, is about 9 miles west of Exeter. Its site was said in 1810 to be "probably the most ancient in the county".

The Tudor mansion has been the residence of the Fulford family since the reign of King Richard I, making them Devon's oldest recorded family still in their original seat. The house and landed was gifted as a gesture for their sacrifice during the English Civil War. With notable members of the family being killed at the Siege of Exeter during the war in 1643, and so many years as a place of birth, life and death, it's no surprise the grand building boasts so many ghost stories. The Family hear unexplained noises, witness doors and objects moving on their own accord and not to mention full bodied appetitions, the families dog also appears to pick up on unworldly goings on within the building and grounds.

Forde House (Newton Abbott, Devon)

Nestled just within Newton abbot amongst an industrial estate lays Forde House, now known as Old Forde House, is a Grade I listed former manor house dating in back to c1550.  The building was substantially enlarged c. 1610 and is noted for its fine 17th-century wood-carving and plasterwork. On previous visits in the past we have had a lot of poltergeist activity within the basement area, planchettes have flown from Ouija boards, previous guests have experienced being touched, rempods have gone wild and some great EVP'S have been captured within the building.


Bickleigh Castle is a fortified manor house that stands on the banks of the River Exe at Bickleigh in Devon, England. Once considerably larger, Bickleigh now comprises a group of buildings from various periods which together formed a water castle.

The main building was destroyed during the english civil war, however other buildings, mostly arranged around a central courtyard survived. The castle is frequently open to the public by appointment, but it serves principally as a wedding venue. The River Exe runs through the grounds.

Palmerston forts

Originally designed in 1859 and built in 1865, this Fort was a part of the Palmerston’s defense for preventing attacks by the French in the 1850s.

This fort was part of the 'ring of fire' around Plymouth to protect its ships and dock yard for attack. The ruinous structure is a labyrinth of tunnels, woodland, rooms and hideaways. During certain months of the year, the fort is used by the Ministry of Defence for training purposes, but otherwise the Fort lies unused and broken.


THIS IS A FIRST FOR ANY PARANORMAL TEAM SINCE THE BUILDING WAS ERECTED IN 1859, what will the cold granite walls and long tunnels, dungeons, corridors and rooms unfold?