North London Paranormal Investigations visited this location in August 2012 with two other groups. It was the first time we attended the location and we were impressed by its size and fascinated by the props giving the bunker a unique feel.
Although there were some notable results during the evening, it was not until later than we were able to establish contact with a "Spirit" we are calling Charles.
Charles was able to communicate with us using an EMF device.. The communication went on for over 30 mins and the results were startling. The Accuracy of the results to the questions witnessed by a parapsychologist, and at least 15 others is probably one of the best communications experiment of all time.
North London Paranormal Investigations are returning to the bunker to reestablish this communication and to obtain conclusive proof of the afterlife.
North London Paranormal Investigations are extending to you an invitation to join us at the Nuclear Bunker to partake in our communications experiments throughout the whole underground complex.
Psst! Don't take our word for it. Watch the following documentary on our Investigation and decide for yourself. Not Convinced? Well have a look at the actual Investigation footage which is uncut and un edited in any way. It is raw footage and will demonstrate the whole 40 min of spirit communication from beginning to end.
VIDEO LINK: NLPI -10 Min DOCUMENTARY- Kelvedon Hatch Secret Nuclear Bunker - North London Paranormal Investigations -Aug 2012
40 Mins EMF Spirit Communication The Secret Nuclear Bunker 2 North London Paranormal Investigations UNCUT UNEDITED
VIDEO LINK: NLPI -Ancient Ram Inn Team Intro
Join us as we attempt a series of paranormal experiements at The Secret Nuclear Bunker at Kelvedon Hatch
History of The Secret Nuclear Bunker at Kelvedon Hatch The Kelvedon Hatch bunker was built in 1952–53 as part of ROTOR. ROTOR was a programme to improve and harden Britain’s air defense network. The bunker was a hardened ( three level ‘R4′) Sector Operations Center (SOC) for RAF Fighter Command. It was to provide command and control of the London Sector of Fighter Command. During the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s and early into the 1990s, theUK government (Home Office) maintained the bunker as an [emergency] regional government defense site. Eventually in the early 1990s when nuclear threat was seen as diminished, the bunker was sold back to the family who had owned the land in the 1950s.
It is now a Cold War museum and retains many of its original ROTOR and RSG/RGHQ features. The bunker was first built as an air defense station (an ‘R4′ Sector Operations Control or SOC) as part of the RAF ROTOR air defense project. Upon the demise of the ROTOR SOC the remaining Nuclear Reporting Cell and UKWMO elements were incorporated into a Home office ‘Regional Seat of Government’ or RSG. The bunker was able to hold various numbers (in the hundreds) of military and civilian personnel, the numbers changing over the years as the role of the building changed from SOC to RSG and in its later years; ‘Regional Government Head Quarters’ or RGHQ.
In the event of a nuclear strike the RSG / RGHQs etc. would be tasked to organise the survival of the population and continue government operations. It was built to provide nuclear protection for nearby MOD workers. The area they chose had to be off the main road behind fields and forests to prevent civilians from finding it. The bunker is built 125 feet (38 m) underground and the entrance is through an ordinary looking bungalow (a standard ROTOR ‘Guard House’) set amongst trees. The inside of the bungalow leads to a 100 yards (91 m) tunnel entering the R4 at its lowest floor (of three). Above are two more floors, the ‘hill’ which covers it, and a radio mast. The bunker was able to accommodate some hundreds of personnel (the numbers changing as function and form varied over the years) and could sustain them for up to three months. The bunker has air conditioning and heating (using the original ROTOR AC-Plant but replacing the original coolant with a more ‘modern’ type [c.1980s]), its own water supply (mains water and its own deep bore hole) and generators, and was equipped with many types of radio equipment, protected (EMP) telecommunications, teleprinter (MSX) networks and various military systems (MOULD and CONRAD) By 1992 the bunker was no longer required, so was decommissioned and the land was sold back to the original owners. It has now been renovated and made into a museum and tourist attraction; many locals appreciate the irony of the many brown tourist signs, clearly directing people to the “Secret Nuclear Bunker” in the area. The BBC TV show Top Gear featured the signs. The bunker was used as a “Killer’s Location” for The Murder Game. Both the living quarters and the operational zone were set up for the “Killer’s Game” in the finale. In 2010 the Independent British post apocalyptic/horror film S.N.U.B! was filmed in the bunker.
Hauntings and Ghost Stories of The Secret Nuclear Bunker at Kelvedon Hatch
Several apparitions roam the complex, including a grey figure that moves from room to room, Witnesses have described it as taking the form of an ‘unusually tall elderly lady. Several apparitions roam the complex, including a grey figure who moves from room to room. Witnesses have described it as taking the form of an ‘unusually tall elderly lady’. As well as an RAF officer who has been spotted on several occasions, more than one person has had the frightening experience of meeting with a woman in uniform who angrily instructs them to leave the building. A similar experience has also been reported by a visitor walking through the dormitory, he was told to ‘go back’ by a disembodied voice, but there was no-one else in the area. The main paranormal hotspot is the sick bay, which contained many cardboard coffins (easier to store, they fold up).
Dark shadows are often seen flitting back and forth. Mediums have reported a malevolent presence which may be responsible for the feelings of dread and foreboding which many people experience whist in this area. Such negative forces exist in the bunker, especially the sick bay, which is presumed to originate way before the bunker was built. Stones have been reported to be thrown at people, loud crashed and bangs have been heard from empty rooms at night. Odd lights and mists have been seen to materialise from thin air and foul smells have been reported on many paranormal investigations, all of which are unexplainable.
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