Paranormal explorers claim they taped ‘ghost woman saying goodbye’ at castle

A group of explorers who visited a castle in North Yorkshire say they heard a woman saying goodbye in what they claim was paranormal activity.

WAH Paranormal, a trio of neighbours who share an affinity for exploring abandoned places, headed to Spofforth Castle in Harrogate where there were reports of ghostly activity.

The team, along with other paranormal investigators, have been to the castle previously where they were alarmed at what they claimed to have caught there.

Andy, Wendy and Hayley set up WAH Paranormal after struggles with bereavement and grief last year, with Andy saying they have had "really good results" in their "mainly audio based" capturing's.

On a visit to Spofforth in November 2021, Andy said: "We got bits of EVP (electronic voice phenomena) and think it's French but we can't figure out what the voice in the recording is saying.

"We went back about a month ago and towards the end of the video a woman says goodbye and it's really clear.

A lot of visual stuff I don't believe and think its a shadow, I have never seen a photo that has convinced me. But a lot of this audio is quite strange, I found it weird that other people have found stuff from the castle as well."

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People have claimed the legend of Spofforth Castle is the ghost of a white lady, with Andy claiming people have only seen half of her.

He also claims that there are connections between the castle and France, which would explain the French voice on his recording.

WAH Paranormal also claim that a voice responded to them when one of the group asked "what part of the castle are we in?", with a voice heard saying "turret", YorkshireLive reports.

Andy said: "We all work so its a bit of a strange hobby, it's like our dirty secret because we get a bit of stick about it."

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