Dudley Castle - Saturday 19th August 2017 ....Only £45

 

History of Dudley Castle

Originally built around 1071 and recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086, the Castle has passed through the hands of many families and also suffered greatly as the result of many battles.
John Dudley (the man executed by Mary I for plotting to bring Lady Jane Grey to the Throne in her place) was present here in 1536 during the height of his power and the Castle eventually suffered its last tragic blow during the Civil War when the Royalist Soldiers were defeated by Cromwell and the Castle was 'slighted'. Much bloodshed and misery has occurred on this land and there are now many ghost stories associated with the history of Dudley Castle which seem reluctant to go away.

Ghosts of Dudley Castle

 

The most famous ghost of Dudley Castle is that of The Grey Lady who is often seen by staff and visitors alike walking the grounds of the Castle, and people have also reported hearing a cat meowing up on the Keep from where it is believed a local witch and her cat were thrown to their deaths below. Extreme drops in temperature, a menacing male spirit and even Poltergeist activity have all been encountered here at Dudley Castle and people have reported hearing drumming from the Castle Keep which is thought to be associated with a young Drummer Boy killed by a single bullet during the Civil War.

Come with us when we investigate Dudley Castle.....will we hear the little drummer boy or catch a glimpse of the grey lady?.......I'm warning you.........BE THERE IF YOU DARE!