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Report - Stacklands retreat. Update. West Kingsdown, Kent. Feb 2017

Calamity Jane

i see beauty in the unloved, places & things
Regular User
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An old favorite on here, but this is pretty new update of the place. Pretty photo heavy as it may be the last time I saw this place. Plus its a daytime & nightime explore.

Stacklands retreat was used from 1940 to 2005. The retreat was taken over by The Society of retreat conductors around 1970s. The head priest is known to turned demonic and rumor has it he slaughtered several young boys in the retreat as sacrifices. It is said to be haunted and in the summer of 2016 headlines hit the national newspapers that a paranormal group would be going to Stacklands to collect evidence and cleanse the place.

Whilst on my daytime visit I ran into the partner of the owner of Stacklands. She told me it was sold and several new houses were going up on the site. I also spoke to locals who lived there during its opening periods. They had heard rumors of the goings on, and spoke of local kids now using it to film projects there, coming out the woods with masks and flares on them.

I decided to do a daytime tour and a night time tour to see if any kids did come out there, and see what they did with their masks, and flares.

So here are some photos of both day & night explores.

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Now the night time explore, and yes the kids did turn up, masks and flares in hand . A few night pics whilst I waited it out .


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Punk

Irregular Member
Regular User
#2
Interesting history, definitely not your usual run of events.
How big is it? Doesn't look that big.
That kid in a mask looks a right plonker :D
 

Calamity Jane

i see beauty in the unloved, places & things
Regular User
#3
Interesting history, definitely not your usual run of events.
How big is it? Doesn't look that big.
That kid in a mask looks a right plonker :D

lol The kid is mask does look a plonker hahaha, I took that shot from high above him and he couldnt see me lol.

Its 3 building. 2 are rooms and 2 levels, and one is very derelict and impossible to see upper levels as most is clasped in.

Its not a huge site no. 3 building all close together.

Yep history is interesting and I loved reading it :)
 

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