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Report - E.P Bray Chisworth, March 2011

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by Red_Phos, Apr 12, 2011.

  1. Red_Phos

    Red_Phos 28DL Full Member
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    Yeah Ok I'm lazy, but I've finally got round to posting up my report on E.P Bray. This Place was right on my doorstep so it was a must do for me.

    Brief History; It was opened as Keiner chemicals in the 1930's by a German Jew who had fled Germany, the factory made dyes for Sofas etc... An American company (E.P Bray) bought it out and operated from there. Apparantly, the dyes that were made in there were highly toxic, if consuming they could met your stomach! E.P Bray eventually left the site in 2005/6.

    I visited with Tucker217, and my Cousin on the 2nd Trip at Night, the place is haunted and I was literally shitting myself, plus I also left a really stiff and heavy door open and when I returned it was closed and it was Stiff! I have heard some Ghost stories about this place.

    Onto the Pics...

    Hope you enjoyed...

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    #1 Red_Phos, Apr 12, 2011
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