Headless monk sighted at theme park

One of England’s leading theme parks has run paranormal tests at one of its major rides after sightings of a “headless monk” were reported by a member of staff.
Objects around the construction site for a new water ride were seen moving at Thorpe Park theme park, according to local reports, so supernatural specialists with testing devices were asked in.
Excavations that took place to prepare for the building of the Storm Surge ride revealed the remains of an ancient monk’s walkway that is believed to have been linked to the ruins of Chertsey Abbey, built in 666AD.
Forensic tests recorded phenomenon, such as orbs and strange presences, more akin to a graveyard. This was before the local press revealed coffins had earlier been removed from the area.
A nearby Thorpe Park hotel reported some guests were too scared to go into the theme park after dark. But the sightings are not even the scariest attraction in the theme park! In 2010 SAW: The Ride became an all-year-round live horror maze, using scenes from the hit movie.
Do you or don’t you dare visit not only SAW this year, but Storm Surge at Thorpe Park, considering what it is built in? Thorpe Park has been in the top 20 most popular theme parks in Europe with 1,850 visitors. They can’t all be wrong? Can they?
It couldn’t be a different picture at Drayton Manor theme park in the United Kingdom, which has come under fire for its Haunting feature not being authentic.
Visitors taking advantage of Drayton Manor hotel deals reported being disappointed with the walk, which was considered “tacky” and “not scary at all”, despite theme park bosses having recently installed a tomb to the area and haunted swing.

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August 12, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Destinations


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