Paranormal Studio – Villa di Corliano 1/3 – L’arrivo – Real footage [Eng. subs available]

Paranormal Studio – Villa di Corliano 1/3 – L’arrivo – Real footage [Eng. subs available]


What you’re going to see is real. No video or audio tampering was created. The document is authentic. Teresa, we are in the kitchen, where you like to come. Are we bothering you? Are we too many people? Hunters 12 presents in cooperation with Paranormale.com Paranormal Studio Villa di Corliano Today we are in the Pisan countryside, more precisely
in San Giuliano Terme, guests of Villa di Corliano. Villa di Corliano belongs to the Agostini
Venerosi della Seta family who purchased it in 1536. In reality, however, it was built in the mid-1400s
on the ruins of a domus whose existence is already reported around the year 1100. Its current appearance was given to it by the architect
Ignazio Pellegrini and dates back to the mid-1700s. Around the villa there is a centuries-old wood
with other buildings. The ceilings of the hall and vestibule were frescoed by
the Florentine painter Andrea Boscoli at the end of 1500 with mythological scenes. In the middle of the hall’s ceiling there’s a large
fresco called “The Gods’ Banquet”. It depicts a Bacchanalia of Roman Gods
aimed to propitiate the favour of the stars for some characters portrayed together with the clients:
Pietro della Seta and Laura Lanfranchi. This villa has also hosted many important personalities: many crowned heads from all over Europe, but also famous personalities like Carlo Goldoni,
Vittorio Alfieri, Gioacchino Murat, Luigi Bonaparte, Paolina Borghese, Carlo Alberto di Savoia
and also the poets Byron and Shelley. We now go into the paranormal aspect. The ghost that apparently wanders into this villa
is that of the countess Teresa della Seta Bocca Gaetani. Since 1816, the year of her death,
she haunts the building. She appears to be a white lady, that is a quiet,
benevolent ghost. She seems to be perceived by many guests of this dwelling, especially
during the night, awakened by the touch of her fingers. This happened, in fact, to many visitors,
especially women. The ballroom we have behind us is important because
during the filming of some paranormal investigations carried out also by US televisions the sound of some
steps were recorded within this place. They were some steps that seemed to dance,
something that the countess Teresa really liked to do. But that’s not all. It’s said that the uncle
of the current owner, count Agostino Agostini, one evening heard a loud noise coming
from this room while he was in his chamber. He was alone inside the building, and when he arrived in
the room he found part of a candelabrum on the ground. So he gave himself the explanation that
the ghost made the candlestick fall. This would also find a partial confirmation in
other testimonies of guests of this dwelling, because, apparently, the countess would “have fun”
moving tapestries, carpets and objects of any kind. Now we are in the basement where
experiments of galvanism were carried out, that’s to say muscle stimulation
through electrical discharges. The experiments were performed at the beginning of
the 1800s by the surgeon Francesco Vaccà Berlinghieri. These inspired another famous guest
of this villa, namely, Mary Shelley who is the famous author of the novel Frankestein. Then folklore changed the name of Francesco into
Francesco La Pietra that in German is Franken-stein. This is a fountain dating back to 1700, and from the creature we see represented water flowed. The water flowed into what is today a floor
but that at the time there wasn’t, and reached a source of hot water
that is present under the villa. Often salt was thrown in order to enjoy
the vapours derived from it. But there’s more, this wall concealed a small trick: with a similar movement a mechanism was activated allowing the leak of steam from the fountain. But why are we in this beautiful room? Because I wanted to tell you about some facts
that were personally told us by a person who has been working for a long time inside this villa.
Facts that now I’m going to report to you. Some of these happened in the first floor rooms. He told us that once while he was changing
a curtain in one of the bedrooms he saw the train of a white dress,
a 1700-1800 white dress, coming out the door. And although he chased it to see what was going on,
he found no one in the hallway. But other rather peculiar things happened in two other
rooms of the dwelling. Now we’re going to see them. One of the most disturbing events
took place here in the kitchen. While he was busy washing dishes, this door,
which you can see is a swing door, started to move. This door is often subject to movements
caused by gusts of wind. However, as we can see, there is nothing
that can stop the movement of the door. The fact is that that time the door opened, or better,
he heard the door opening but not closing. When he realized this thing he approached the door and he saw it opening even more:
an unusual movement for a gust of wind. He thought it might be a colleague of his,
so he moved in front of the door and right here, just in front of his eyes he saw the figure of a woman
in her seventies, not very tall, shapely, who was wearing a long black dress with white hem,
and a veil tied in her hair. Obviously he got very scared and the woman, seeing his reaction, lifted the long skirt
of the dress she was wearing with the hands, turned herself and walked to the exit. The light, which is near the other door and detects
the movement of any person, didn’t light up. And the door closed. Finally, another unusual fact that happened to him
took place on top of this staircase. Passing in front of the mirror he felt himself observed,
and looking at his own reflection he also noticed the worried one of a blonde woman
in the upper left corner. Scared, he looked at the stairs, but he saw no one. Looking back into the mirror he realized that
that face was still there. That woman was wearing a white/beige dress, and
let’s say she might have connections with the one he saw days before in the bedroom. Even the park has its own story to tell.
It’s said, in fact, that in full moon nights (and we choose the appropriate night) a carriage drawn
by some horses would appear along this path. Inside this chapel there’s the tomb of countess Teresa. The chapel is now closed
and they open it only once a year. We’re not lucky enough to be able to visit the inside. Despite this, during previous investigations, also around
the chapel something unusual has been recorded. And we will verify it.

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