Henry VIII’s ghost freaks out paranormal hunters on visit to spooky royal castle

The ghost of Henry VIII spooked paranormal experts who say they found the Tudor monarch in one of his castles.

Tony Ferguson and Paul Cissell were freaked out on a visit to Hurst Castle – an artillery fort built by the Tudor monarch in 1544 in Milford-on-Sea, Hants – when an an unexplained ghost-like mist appeared and moved towards their camera.

Tony, 36, said: “It could quite possibly be Henry VIII.

“We have visited several times and each time the activity gets darker and more sinister every time.

“Paul was doing a lone vigil in the basement of the castle and was left to his own devices for 20 minutes".

“I heard a massive bang," Tony continued, "I came down and Paul wasn’t with it – he was very disoriented and I noticed he wasn’t making much sense.

“I then noticed the camera was not where I put it and facing downwards. I then said to him 'what happened to the camera mate?' [and] he just looked confused.

“He said 'I don’t know,' so I was unaware at this point that Paul even hit the camera until I got home to review the footage.

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“He seems to be overtaken by something and whatever it was was very angry and seems to vent the anger out on the camera.

“He was in a daze and wasn’t himself, to the point he had to leave.”

“We luckily managed to get the footage.”

Tony, of the New Forest, Hants added: “We then returned a second time and we felt a presence following us around the castle.

“I was in a room in pitch black and felt something standing in front of me, and I asked if there was anything by the wall".

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“You can see it appear or come towards me," he said. "You then see a mist shoot straight towards me.

“Even stranger, Paul reported like he felt something pass through him as he said 'it’s gone' you then see a mist leave his body as soon as he said it’s gone.

“We believe the mist I caught on the same day was following us around.

“Overall the castle has a very dark feel to it in some areas, almost like they don’t like people being there.”

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Tony – who has been investigating paranormal activity for 12 years – added: “Growing up I had a few paranormal experiences of seeing a gentleman in my grandad’s house as a child.

“As I got a bit older I saw a female apparition at my mum’s house which late in life I was told there was a lady that died in the room I slept in.

“So it has pushed me to search for answers of what I was experiencing growing up.

“I document the journey by going to many of the acclaimed haunted locations around the UK and document any activity or anything unusual or unexplainable.

“I first started out just documenting it for myself, but was amazed by some of the amazing things I have experienced.”

Henry VIII was king from 1509 to 1547 and was famed for his six wives Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Catherine Howard and Katherine Parr.

Hurst Castle was built to protect the country from overseas invasions.

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