They're going on a ghost hunt ... are you scared?
Peta Banks, the owner of APPI Ghost Hunts and Tours, said the history of Roseleigh the Witchery is long and diverse.
"It started out as a family home and farm, known as Overdale," she said.
"In World War Two the property was used as a Prisoner of War camp for Italian prisoners.
"In 1955, Frank Leahy died, and for some reason, cut his family out of his will and left the property to the Nursing Sisters of the Little Company of Mary.
"The house served as a religious retreat, and basically a home for unwed mothers - which would explain the baby crying we sometimes hear in the middle of the night."
Nine years ago, Ms Banks said she went on her first ghost tour and has loved investigating the paranormal ever since then.
"Roseleigh is most definitely one of our most haunted locations," she said.
"The people who come on our tours are 80 per cent believers, 10 per cent husbands who have been dragged along and 10 per cent who are sitting on the fence."
Ms Banks said the house now serves as an incredible restaurant and accommodation, but there is no denying the haunted nature of the property - including the spirit of Frank.
"He shatters glasses in the function room, makes tables collapse simultaneously, walks through walls, pushes people, pulls hair and just acts like a mean spirited man," she said.
"The last time we were at the property, we were in the chapel conducting a Blind Calling vigil. The chapel is actually right next to where Frank died.
"At one point during the night, we heard a man talking, which sounded like it was right outside the chapel. We knew for a fact that there was nobody out there."
Ms Banks said the very first time she investigated Roseleigh the Witchery she stayed in the stables the night prior and there was two of them in each room.
"Whilst I slept like a log that night, Steph got so harassed she hardly got an hours sleep," she said.
"She was poked and prodded and had something scratching the wall next to her, but most noticeably, she was poked in the heel by something sharp.
"At the same time, Jax left a digital voice recorder in the hallway, running all night."
Ms Banks said when they listened back they heard doors slamming shut, further up the hallway, the sound of furniture being dragged, a baby crying, little footsteps running up and down the hallway, and, scariest of all, a growling sound right into the recorder.
She said during her tour she will get the group into teams and assign them tasks for each room.
"We did an experiment in the chapel and it involved a ghost box, piece of paranormal equipment, and we were scanning frequencies to see if voices of spirits would come through," Ms Banks said.
"Then we got a nun and her answers were relevant to the questions we were asking
"She didn't like us there, she wanted us gone but she was very polite."
The next ghost hunt at Roseleigh the Witchery is on Saturday, July 6.
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