Since the terrifying moment the doll has been branded the “most haunted item” in the UK.
As reported by North Wales Live , in the video, Mr Moss can be seen holding a Crucifix before asking “what do you want to burn?”
The voice chillingly replies “your eyes”.
The voice was captured on an “S Box” which scans white noise while blocking out any radio interference.
They believe the spirit of a witch from the 1600s, attached itself to the doll during a ghost hunt at Nantclwyd y Dre in Ruthin.
It is now kept in a glass box as they are unsure what supernatural powers it has.
Another video recorded on a camera left in an unattended room picks up a knocking noise and the same voice saying “release”.
Mr Moss said: “Hearing it say it wanted to burn my eyes was terrifying at the time and to have members of the public along with us who witnessed it was just crazy.
“What is also significant is that a few years ago we also captured a voice saying something along the lines of reap your eyes and a number of people have had the sensation of their eyes burning but we never thought too much of it until this incident.
“We believe this doll gained its attachment in Ruthin and over the last few months we have recorded some good evidence including knocking sounds and the same voice several times which has been captured and heard in real time.
“We’ve had knocking sounds and a voice saying release me which was captured on the box and the camera shows nobody else was in the room.
“It is interesting as it is always three knocks wherever we take the doll and always the same voice.”
Mr Moss has compared the Grace doll to the famous Annabelle doll which has been the subject of a series of horror films.
The first Annabelle film was released in 2014 as a prequel to The Conjuring, and the latest movie in the series “Annabelle Comes Home” hit UK theatre screens yesterday (Friday).
The supernatural horror film is inspired by the story of a raggedy Anne doll which was given to a student nurse in America in the 1960s. It is said to have been demonically possessed by a young girl called Annabelle Higgins.
Paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren, who have since died, were called in to help and the doll is now kept in a glass box at the Warren’s Occult Museum in Connecticut.
Mr Moss said: “Some people may compare it to the doll Annabelle from the films. Hollywood have dramatised the Annabelle a lot and things are different in real life. Things don’t go flying around the room and people don’t get possessed like you see in the films.
“People may be skeptical and say our Grace doll findings are fake but we have caught them in real time and I’ll admit even I was never a big believer but this item is just amazing.
“I’ve never seen anything like it. Without a doubt it is the most haunted item in the UK. A lot of people have experienced it. It is highly active and has never dipped in activity since gaining its attachment.
“We keep it in a box as it is really is unknown what the energy attached to the doll can do. The box is blessed and has protective symbols on it and we don’t think it can get out.
“The doll is not the one doing the knocking it is the entity attached to it making the noise. We really do not know what would happen if we let it out.
“Before we put it in the box there was always a strong electromagnetic force around it and at Nantclwyd y Dre when we drew chalk around it we noticed it had moved slightly so if it can move, what else can it do?
“We’ve had the room erupt in screams of terror before and we’ve had lots of skeptical people admit they just can’t explain it. Seeing is believing.
“You can find out more about The Haunted Hunts on their Facebook page while the team have also just released a series which is available to watch on Amazon Prime.
The ghost of a deceased guy walked on the water: an eyewitness filmed him
The incident took place in the province of Davao del Norte (Philippines), where a resident, seeing a drowning dog, rushed to save him. The dog was pulled out to a safe place, but the man himself was pulled into the depths. Everything that happened was recorded on camera by a woman named Chanel.
When Dondon (that was the guy’s name) went to the bottom, one eyewitness immediately called for rescuers. While the brigade was doing their job, it became clear that the man was already dead. They searched for his body for several hours. What is surprising in the story is that suddenly a silhouette of a man came to the camera, he appeared right above the water. Chanel, who records the video, believed it was the spirit of Dondon.
During the video recording, the eyewitness did not expect to see anything like this, because she does not really believe in ghosts. The entity had obvious human features, so it definitely had a spirit. For several hours they searched for the body of the drowned man and pulled it out with an excavator.
It’s pretty creepy to look at the tape. According to an eyewitness, goosebumps ran over her, especially after seeing the spirit. It should be noted that not all users believe in the authenticity of the video. Some people think that the footage may well have special effects. Chanel refutes any such claims: the video is original. She understands the doubts of people, because the shots are really ‘out of this world’.
Special skills and abilities are required to distinguish the edited video from the original. Of course, hardly anyone will devote time to study the presented video. We can only hope that the woman did not actually use editing software.
The footage confirms the existence of the human soul and gives hope that life after death does not end.
Reality show to be filmed in medieval “haunted castle” in Wales
British celebrities will take part in a reality show at the medieval castle of Grich in the city-county of Conwy (Wales), which, according to legend, is full of ghosts. It is reported by The Sun.
According to data from open sources, the castle was built in 1283-1289 by order of Edward I of England. For four years one and a half thousand people erected the fortress and walls. The castle is surrounded by a stone wall with round towers and loopholes.
According to local residents, the ghost of the previous owner, Countess Dandonald, who died in 1924, wanders around the castle. According to legend, the woman’s spirit is angry because her husband took the valuables out of here.
About ten years ago, a mysterious silhouette appeared in the photo, which was noticed on the first floor of the castle in the former banquet hall. In addition, it is rumored that objects are moving mysteriously in the castle. Also, fans of everything mystical believe that there you can meet the ghosts of gamekeepers and a maid who died after falling from a horse.
The creators of the reality survival show I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here! Became interested in the legends of the ancient castle, in which celebrities perform creepy tasks.
The producers are delighted with Greich Castle. It is planned to spend almost 1 million pounds and six weeks to prepare the location for filming.
Almost any house built 150 years ago is tempting to think of ghosts. Of course, if it was not restored beyond recognition. But a special pleasure is to visit, or at least look at photographs of a house in which ghosts are definitely found. Well, exactly: in the opinion of its owners and those who live nearby.
Loftus Hall is one of those. Even if, in the opinion of the locals, ghosts were not found in it, they would be worth inventing again – this is how the atmosphere of this gloomy house located on the windswept and washed by waves of the Hook Peninsula in the Irish County of Wexford has to do this.
But, before we tell you what is so paranormal in this Loftus Hall, we suggest that you familiarize yourself with real historical events related to the house. Moreover, they are worthy of attention without any devilry.
We can say that the history of the house began in 1135, when the Norman knight, Raymond Le Gros, landed on the peninsula. To assimilate faster, the knight renamed himself the more familiar to the Irish ear by the name Redmond.
The castle, built by the knight, stood for two centuries, until in 1350 the descendants of Redmond built a new house in its place. It is interesting that they were building right during the Black Death – a plague pandemic that arrived in Ireland by ship from Bristol a year earlier. The new house, Redmond Hall, was named.
Three centuries later, in 1650, the house became the site of one of the fiercest sieges of the Irish Uprising. The owner of the house, 68-year-old Alexander Redmond, with his two sons, a couple of local activists and a tailor who happened to be in the house at an unfortunate time, barricaded himself and bravely repulsed the attack of almost 90 British for several days.
In all fairness, most of these Englishmen have crawled into neighboring villages, indulging in robbery and violence, instead of laying siege to an impregnable home.
The attack was repulsed with the help of the Irish forces arrived in time, which attacked the British under the cover of a thick fog, which in time fell on the Hoek Peninsula.
According to local chronicles, Alexander repelled several more attacks. When the British nevertheless conquered Ireland in general, and Redmond Hall in particular, Cromwell even let Alexander die in peace in his own house – for his courage.
Well, after the death of Redmond, his relatives were evicted from the house and soon the house was sold to a family of Englishmen named Loftus, who live nearby.
Subsequently, the Redmond repeatedly tried to sue Loftus Hall back, but to no avail. But as compensation, they were given land in the neighborhood.
The Loftuses moved rapidly up the court stairs. If in the 18th century the head of the family was called Baron Loftus of Loftus Hall, then already in 1800 the title of Marquis of Eli was created especially for the Loftus.
Actually, the 4th Marquess of Ely gave the modern look to Loftus Hall. A major renovation was undertaken by the Marquis in the second half of the 19th century: he very much hoped that Queen Victoria would come to visit. After all, the Marquis’s mother was her maid of honor!
The Queen never came. But the 4th Marquis of Ely became the owner of a luxurious house with such unprecedented conveniences as flush toilets at that time. And, alas, the owner of huge debts. Soon the house had to be sold and its wanderings began among different owners.
In 1917, the house was sold to the monastery order of the Sisters of Providence. In 1983, the house was converted into a hotel. Well, in the early 2000s, it was acquired by the Quickly family. In 2020, it became known that the house was again put up for sale. Moreover, Quickly emphasize that they will not choose a new owner, but “the house will choose him.” And that’s why…
The story of how the devil sailed to Loftus Hall and what happened after his visit dates back to the 19th century. It sounds like this.
On a cold rainy night, a dark-robed rider rode up to Loftus Hall on a dark horse. He said that his ship was caught in a storm and had to dock in a nearby bay. The Loftuses were away, the family of their distant relatives, the Tottenham, lived in the house. They sheltered the rider and offered him shelter and bread.
Tottenham’s daughter, young Anna, immediately fell in love with a mysterious stranger. A couple of days later, in the evening, everyone sat down to play cards. During the game, Anna dropped the map and, bending down to pick it up, saw that the stranger had cloven hooves instead of legs.
The stranger realized that he had been discovered. He immediately soared up, surrounded by devilish flames – and, as expected, made a huge hole in the roof.
It would seem that the devil is expelled, you can live on. But Anna, after the disappearance of the stranger, became not herself. She went crazy by leaps and bounds. The family, frightened by this development of affairs, locked the girl in her favorite sewing room.
There Anna sat, almost motionless, clasping her knees with her hands and soon died.
According to another version of the legend, before her death, she managed to give birth to a child – that is, the devil did not lose time during two days in the house.
Anna was not buried in an ordinary coffin: they could not straighten her and buried her in a sitting position, in which she spent the last months of her life.
Since then, according to numerous testimonies of guests and owners of the house, ghosts of a girl have been walking around the house. And the house itself has become a place of attraction for lovers of everything paranormal and creepy – excursions, especially popular on Halloween, are regularly conducted in Loftus Hall.
If you consider yourself a mystic, but do not have the opportunity to visit Loftus Hall yet, we recommend watching the gothic horror film The Lodgers 2017. It is filmed entirely in the luxe and eerie interiors of Loftus Hall, and has received excellent critical reviews. Here’s the trailer:
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