Are you brave enough to join us on a full blown ghost hunt at Leith Hill Place Dorking ?
This location to the owners knowledge has never been investigated before by paranormal investigators, it has a long history and has had some famous owners and even more famous visitors within its walls. It has been used for very many purposes in its life time and we have access all areas on this night. Will we discover the secrets of it cellar on the night !!! . It has reports of a screaming woman inside which many consider to be the wife of one of the houses former owners !!
The night will consist of spirit board, table tipping, glass movement, sensory work, also using the equipment such as K2's , the night will be dedicated to guests new and old and with the help of the experienced staff will make sure you will have the best night possible and that you come away feeling like a paranormal investigator.
Don't miss the chance to be the first known crew to investigate this location !
Over 18's only
Want to book by phone or want to know more call us 07724364333
In 1847 Leith Hill Place was bought by Josiah Wedgwood III. Having retired from the family pottery business in Staffordshire, he brought his wife and three young daughters to live in the Surrey Hills. Josiah was married to Caroline Darwin, and her brother Charles, the famous naturalist, often used to visit. Charles Darwin in fact, involved his three nieces, Sophy, Margaret and Lucy, in his earthworm experiments in and around Leith Hill Place. In the parkland below the house you can still see his 'wormstone' which sits next to one of the orange trail markers.
There has been a house on the site of Leith Hill Place since the 16th-century, perhaps even earlier. In 1725 it was bought by Colonel John Folliott, who decided to modernise the house dramatically and “reskinned” the 16th-century house in Palladian style which was fashionable at the time. In 1754 it was sold to Richard Hull, a Bristol merchant, who built Leith Hill Tower, which still dominates the hill today. When he died in 1772 the house was owned by various people, including a Reverend Rusden who ran it as a school, before it became the home of Josiah Wedgwood III in 1847.
Ghost Hunt at Leith Hill Place
Saturday, 26th September 2020 from 19:00 pm - 12:00 am
Leith Hill Place, Leith Hill Lane, RH5 6LY Leith Hill, Surrey