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PostSubject: Haunted royal homes~ Sandringham   Thu Oct 20, 2016 4:01 am


The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh’s country estate in Norfolk was purchased by Queen Victoria in 1862 at the request of the Prince of Wales – later Edward VII – as a home for himself and his bride, Princess Alexandra.

Sandringham House, the focal point of a 20,000-acre estate, is haunted. Poltergeist activity is said to start every Christmas Eve and continue for several weeks. Footsteps have been heard in the deserted corridors of the servants’ quarters. Doors are known to open by themselves and lights often switch themselves on and off.

Christmas cards have also moved from one wall to another and bedclothes have been found pulled off the beds.

Heavy breathing noises have also been heard in one room on the second floor and housemaids working in the house even started to refuse to enter it unless accompanied by another servant.

The present Queen once ordered alterations to the old kitchens and it appears that this increased certain activity within the building...

An unnamed member of the royal family revealed to the author Joan Forman that a female guest was given a bedroom where she witnessed an apparition. The woman had slept badly and awoke at 2 am to find the room brightly lit. The door of the bedroom suddenly opened and in came a young boy carrying a long pole.

The boy then proceeded to walk around the room, pausing every few seconds to reach up the wall with the pole to apparently light or extinguish long-vanished candles. The female witness was surprisingly unworried by this and watched fascinated till the boy suddenly vanished.

Sandringham’s library is also the scene of ghostly activity where books have been seen to fly off the shelves.

Prince Charles and an aide are said to have had an unpleasant experience when looking for some old prints in this room. They suddenly became extremely cold and felt that someone was standing behind them. They turned round to find no one there. They both left the room in a hurry!

The Queen is apparently fascinated by the ghost stories and is said to be quite open to the possibility of Sandringham being haunted. In 1996, a footman fled the cellars after claiming to have seen the ghost of another servant who had died the previous year. She interviewed him about his experience and was apparently quite impressed by his conviction that he had seen a ghost.

The strangest sighting at Sandringham was made by a footman in his bedroom. He claimed to have seen something like “a large paper sack breathing in and out like a grotesque lung”. Not surprisingly he refused to sleep there after that!

It is not known who or what haunts Sandringham House. Queen Alexandra and her two sons, Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale, and King George V, died there, as did King George VI. They have all been suggested as being responsible for the ghostly activity.

Or could it be someone else?

Prince Christopher of Greece once claimed to have seen a reflection of a young lady in a black mask in his bedroom mirror. He is said to have described her expression as sad and pleading. This occurred in a room near the clock tower.

He later visited Houghton Hall – also in Norfolk – and recognised the lady in a portrait hanging on the wall. The dress and mask matched exactly those worn by the woman in the mirror. It turned out she was a member of the Cholmondeley family who had owned Houghton Hall since the 18th century.


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