Abandoned Places UK | Polish Displaced Persons Camp | Ghost Caught On Camera
This Documentary Features WW2 History, And The Abandoned, Derelict Remains Of A Polish Displaced Persons Camp, They Were Prisoners Of War And Then Refugees. What I Was Not Expecting Was The Paranormal Activity Caught On Camera. There are many Abandoned Places in the UK, But this one in particular has a strong human element to it, it was once a place of refuge for Polish Families who lost their homes during WW2. There has been death in this camp, and whilst filming and exploring this abandoned place the unexpected happened. A Ghost Caught On Camera Most of this site was abandoned and left derelict since 1975, 47 years ago, although some areas were still in use up until 2005 at which point it was completely abandoned, it’s now crumbling and falling apart and before long nature will reclaim it completely. Unless of cause the bulldozers come in and knock it down, which is always a likely scenario. These abandoned and derelict places often reach a stage where they become unsafe to explore, and even though it’s now buried beneath a canopy of trees and hidden away in an overgrown woodland there is still lots to see and explore. It’s a fascinating site, with an equally fascinating history. This site is 79 years old, opened in 1943. It has had three main uses. It began life as RAF Rivenhall, then as a polish displacement camp and finally used by Marconi radar. We will be covering all of its history in this video, but it’s use as a Polish displacement Camp is what intrigues and interests me the most. The reason why, is because my grandfather was here 76 years ago. There has been death here, and it’s now eerie silence is just an echo of its past. Welcome to RAF Rivenhall And Kelvedon Polish Displaced Persons Camp And finally a site used by Marconi.
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- Published: 25 May 2022
- Location: Silver end, Essex
- Duration: 40:59
- Photography – Stephen Robert Kuta
- Written by – Stephen Robert Kuta
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