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Drakelow Tunnels is the only publicly accessible WWII Shadow Factory and Cold War bunker in the UK. Although not open all year round, the bunker is open when various events take place that include History Tours, Paranormal Tours and Airsoft Games. A...more
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It's easy to lose your bearings wandering around these tunnels - many look the same. It started life as a "shadow" factory - shadowing the building of aeroplane engine parts during WWII. It's had several reincarnations since - as a prospective Regional Seat of Government...More
The ghost hunting experience wasn't that bad at all. Explored creepy parts of the tunnels and was eerie for sure. Had small paranormal activities going on but caught nothing on my camera unfortunately. Did a table tipping but there was a crew member who you...More
I do a lot of photography and in a place like this you know it's going to be a tripod job - and understandably these aren't allowed on the normal tours.
BUT - keep your eye on the FB page and several times a year...More
I was on a paranormal investigation with my team and two other teams who joined us, the location was big enough for us all to investigate and not be in each other’s way, and with locations noise pollution can ruin an investigation but this place...More
My friend and I visited the abandoned Drakelow tunnels near kidderminster in Worcestershire. We were lucky enough to have an extended tour so got to see things/places people don’t normally see. Well worth the £20 fee. Very historical & interesting, and as it is not...More
Booked this through haunted happenings ,
Went to find the spirits arrived for 8.30 ,
9 pm we went in ,what a brilliant night ,had a chair bang and the Ouija board a few people come through,table tipping ,but not really any ghostly spirit
A fabulous step back I time. Welll worth a visit.
It’s cold and dark but well worth while, incredible engineering of tunnels amazing. The old machines along the tunnels are fascinating , I imagine they would still work if started.