Thanet GhostWatch Walkabout Report
A view of Palm Bay and Forness Point - Photo: Bryn
Written by Bob.
Wednesday 27th April, 2011.
Group: Bryn, Keef, Bob, Sue, Sarah, Julie, Paul, Claire, Martin, Karl and later joined by Jake.
deliberately chose this for a return visit as it was the anniversary of
the WWII American bomber crash which occurred here at around dusk on
this date in 1944.
We assembled on the cliff-top.
The weather conditions were far from ideal with strong winds coming off the sea and a significant chill-factor.
The group made its way down to the beach and along the seawall promenade towards Forness Point.
Pictured right - a light anomaly, possibly lens-flare?
a cliff alcove just before Forness Point, Sue picked-up on a woman who
was wearing a long dress or skirt with a dark pattern, she vaguely got
her name as "Emily" and felt she was from the early 1900's.
Most of the group moved into this alcove.
sensed that something had definitely happened in this area as she had
'heard' a bang but she was certain this was not connected to the plane
Both Sue and Claire were hearing what sounded like aircraft
engines approaching as the sound seemed to be getting louder but they
accepted this noise was probably from the sound of the waves and the
acoustics of the cliffs.
As dusk was now approaching, we made our way back to Palm Bay and to the impact point of the aircraft.
During this walk back, Sarah reported that her right shoulder felt as though it was on fire.
At the impact point, Sarah remarked that this sensation in her shoulder had now gone.
and Sue were still hearing what sounded like an aircraft engine but
both still accepted it was more likely to be from the sound of the
Sue and Claire, with their backs against the wall at the
bottom of the cliff, reported hearing at least a couple of people
having a conversation behind them.
A voice recorder was placed in
this area and an EVP session was commenced but later examination of
this recording revealed nothing unusual.
Claire mentioned she had just heard a "mechanical-screeching-type sound" which seemed to come from the direction of the sea.
Bryn reported seeing a pin-prick of red light on the cliff-face.
With the weather conditions worsening, it was decided to bring this Walkabout to a finish.
Some scenic views