Our Report - We
arrived just after 9pm. We had coffee and a catch up chat.
Mick went off with Rotherham Ghosts to find out the information
about the building from the museum representative.
The rest of us from SPI stayed inside chatting. We decided
which group was doing which floor first and then went to
explore our part of the bunker. We decided to do our first
investigation in the armoury. Mick took some base line tests
the temperature was constantly between 18.5 and 19.0 degrees.
There were no EMF readings. Brenda thought she saw a shadow
by the door and said she could hear someone speaking in
German. Brenda said there was a man sat in the far left
corner (looking from door) who had a bandage/patch over
his right eye. Jill said her right eye kept watering. Bridget
said she felt sick and Daniel sensed someone standing behind
him although he was sat against the wall. Mick started to
get an EMF reading by the door where Brenda said she saw
someone. There were the odd few dancing lights which we
couldn't decide where they were coming from. Jill pointed
out two round lights on the wall which turned out to be
a luminous sign. Apart from EMF fluctuations, going from
nothing to high and then high to nothing, we did not experience
We then went to the hospital block. Brenda picked up on
a young lad with sandy coloured hair who had lost both his
legs but he was not in the hospital block as it appears
now. Jill and Daniel got problems with leg; Daniel actually
felt the pain in his leg. Bridget picked up on the name
Sandy. Brenda picked up on a name. Brenda went into trance
and a man came through who seemed to be in a lot of pain
with his chest but it was distant like it didn't belong
in that room. After a short break for coffee and sandwiches
and a chat with Rotherham Ghosts members we continued with
Nuclear warhead room - This was apparently one of the most
active spots. Jill, Bridget, and Brenda all picked up on
chest pains. Brenda saw a figure walk across the room she
described him as being about 5ft 10 inch in height and small
to medium build, wearing old flying overalls, she said he
was an engineer. Bridget picked up on spanners. Brenda said
he had crushing pain in lungs and chest, she thought he
may have had a condition which stopped him from being a
pilot so he became an engineer. She said he was very gaunt
looking with a drawn in face and had the top of his middle
finger missing. Mick said this was not what had been seen
but Brenda was very insistent that he was there. Brenda
then picked up on a very large man, taller, fatter. She
said he had a heart attack and that he was slumped over
something rounded, machinery or something he was working
on. Mick said the RAF representative had told them that
there was a man of 32 stone who was an engineer and they
had found him in the position described when they brought
him his cup of tea. They had to move him by using a winch.
Mick said there had been no mention of this other man.
Jill, Dan and Bridget witnessed some flickers of light.
There didn't seem to be anything else going on so we moved
to the next area.
Communications Centre lower office - Brenda didn't pick
up on any thing here other than the people that worked there.
Bridget and Jill said they felt someone was standing over
them as if they didn't want them sitting in their seats.
Because there was not much action we moved on.
We went to the cinema room - We said as it was getting late
everyone could go wherever they wanted for the last 45 minutes.
Bridget, Jill and Dan stayed where they were. Mick went
off to the auditorium (for a snooze probably - long drive
back). Brenda went back to the armoury to sit in on her
own as people had experienced a lot in here before. Apart
from being very dark and the feeling of someone stood next
to her and a slight mist there was not really very much.
Brenda put most of this down to imagination or feeling very
tired. There was no feeling of sickness as most people who
have visited the site have described. There were some very
strange EMF readings by the door which seemed to move position
and that stopped when the door was open and started again
when it was closed. Brenda tried various tests but could
find no obvious explanation (another of life's mysteries
yet to be solved).
It was time to head back upstairs to get ready to leave.
We packed up while having coffee and sandwiches.
We went to speak to the RAF representative and Brenda asked
him about the other man in the Warhead room, he confirmed
that there were actually two people that had died in this
area and confirmed Brenda's description (relief- she was
We left around 3am for the journey home. A very interesting
place, well worth a visit.