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Report - Tillingdown Farm, Caterham - September 2016

Discussion in 'Residential Sites' started by Minor, Sep 13, 2016.

  1. Minor

    Minor 28DL Full Member
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    Visited with: @UrbanZ, @Dora Grew Up & a non-member.

    History:
    According to a local paranormal group (and family who used to live in one of the houses), there have been numerous reports of ghost sightings on this site dating back to 1968.

    Since 1968 there has been a pathway from Tillingdown Farm to Caterham town crossing. This passes what is now the A22, built in 1938/9 and opened in 1939.
    There is also rumor of two girls being murdered in the woods, although this is unsubstantiated.http://surreyparanormal.weebly.com/a22-ghost.html

    Explore:
    This was our last site for the day in Surrey.
    Being public bridleway to almost the doorway, access was a breeze, or would have been bar a disgruntled farmer/resident who drove round in circles following us until we moved our cars, to which @UrbanZ was completely oblivious, having wandered off and couldn't be found (great diversion tactic buddy :Not Worthy)

    The were a few quirky little cottages on this very much active site, including a scaffold company and working farms. The buildings are in varying states disrepair, and most contain building materials or similar left by the adjacent farmers, companies and or residents.

    Big thanks to @Dora Grew Up for this lead.

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    Thanks for looking.
     
    #1 Minor, Sep 13, 2016
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  2. Coolboyslim

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    Might get my other team to check this out lol. Thx for posting
     
  3. Minor

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    I'ts not a bad site, just a little small and only worth going if visiting other sites nearby. Thanks for the feedback buddy, it's appreciated :thumb.
     
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    Absolutely brilliant second to last picture Minor. Out of all that you've taken of our explores that day, by far my favourite.

    Really captures the disrepair. I did have fun walking around and imagining who would have lived there before. Did you see the old work logs dating back to 2004?
     
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    i might go here with some mates, what other places nearby would you recommend for the rest of our day? thanks
     
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