Welcome to Kent Paranormal
Kent Paranormal was founded in 2009 by a previous member of Thanet Ghostwatch. Since then Kent Paranormal has investigated many locations with various other Paranormal groups and teams investigating what has fascinated many people throughout the years. Kent Paranormal has recently investigated sites which have never been investigated before through membership of The Ghost Club in and around Kent. Kent Paranormal has an active page on Facebook and a PHPBB board with various articles and interesting accounts of the Paranormal. Current and previous investigations carried out are listed in the investigation link on this site and on our Facebook page.
Next Investigation Crabble Corn Mill, Dover, Kent 09/10/2021
Kent Paranormal is attending an event hosted by Ghost Hunter Tours at Crabble Corn Mill at Dover in Kent on Saturday 09/10/2021. Crabble Corn Mill was built in 1812 to supply flour to troops defending the Kent coast from possible invasion from Napoleon’s forces. Now run entirely by volunteers, following restoration in 1986, the mill has been open to the public since 1990. It can now boast to be one of the most complete and working examples of a Georgian watermill in Europe.The current structure was built in 1812 alongside an existing mill that was later demolished to allow for additional storage space (now the ground floor exhibition area and tea rooms). Records show that a mill has stood on the site since as early as 1227, when Henry III granted a Charter of Confirmation to St. Radigund’s Abbey (the ruins of which can be seen today on the hill above River village). The Mill is a working museum and demonstrates Georgian and Victorian engineering excellence at work using the powerful force of water. Six floors of exhibits and milling machinery describe the process of turning wheat into flour, and this wholemeal flour is available for sale at the Mill.