Paranormal investigation at Haunted Royal Castle
Join us as we embark on a Paranormal investigation at a protected Historical Royal residence, Tutbury Castle.
Occupied Since 1071 and once a bastion of the Norman Conquest, it belays not only a rich history of importance but a bloody one too.
It is best known as one of the four prisons that Mary Queen of scots was held prisoner until her execution at Fotheringhay on February 8th 1587.
There is evidence that Mary Queen of Scots froze at the Castle Keep Entrance and vomited black blood on the realisation of her impending fate.
Tutbury castle was finally destroyed by Oliver Cromwells act of parliament between 1647 – 1648.