I have visited The Ram 5 times, each with a paranormal investigation group. This place is often reputed to be one of the most haunted buildings in Britain, and is exceptionally popular among paranormal groups. The first thing potential visitors should realise - this is somebodies home, and as such, isn't run like a tourist attraction. No organisations (such as English Heritage or National Trust) provide any support. John (the owner) brought the building to save it, and has nothing but his pension & whatever he can raise by welcoming visitors in order to try and keep the place from total ruin. The Aincient Ram Inn is small, quite derelict and somewhat over-run in places with the various items which John has hoarded over the years. The sheer variery of theese objects are sure to hold interest for many people, from the motorcycle frame, the stuffed crow in the old bar, old diving equipment and electronic (musical) organs. Given the slightest of encouragement, John will tell stories about any of them. Whilst some would find this bothersome, it really shows his genuine passion for the place & the history it has witnessed. If you are likely to encounter cold weather, or visit overnight, having warm clothes is a must, as is bringing your own refreshments (some groups provide hot & cold drinks / snacks, as did the group who organised my visit). As with any paranormal investigation, activity cannot be guaranteed, and of course, depends on your own beliefs (or lack thereof!). Personally, I've experienced regular activity with Ouija, EMF / K2 meters, motion detectors & audio / video recordings. Many, seperate groups have reported similar experiences, months apart. There have been some quiet periods too. Overall, I'd reccomend at least one visit - there is bound to be at least one aspect that should satisfy most people. Just be realistic - thiss is not a professionally run museum.
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