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Taking You to the Most Haunted Places in North-East England
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Ye Olde Cross Inn (Ryton)
Ryton Village, Ryton, Tyne and Wear, NE40 3QP
10pm - 3am SOLD OUT 0 places left
£24 per person
An early 1800s inn remodeled in 1909. this building has previously been used to store the bodies of a devastating river boat accident. Wet footprints have been discovered and loud footsteps are heard throughout. Sounds of a doorbell rings in the night and Large, dark figures are seen. Closed windows are found open and heavy objects move on their own.
Yarm Fellowship Hall (Yarm)
Yarm Fellowship Building, West Street, Yarm, Cleveland, TS15 9BT
9pm - 2am 17 places left
£24 per person
Originally a Primitive Methodist Chapel built in 1822 & extended in 1897 to create a Baptist Methodist chapel. Several people say that voices can be heard coming from the upstairs bedroom. They have also felt & seen the presence of a shadowy figure that stares through inner windows night & images of children that hide away in the darkness.
kings hotel (Darlington)
9-12 Priestgate, Darlington, County Durham DL1 1NW
10pm - 3am 11 places left
£31 per person
A former coaching inn created in 1611. Despite being rebuilt in 1893 and suffering a mysterious fire in 2008 its resident ghosts have remained. 2 of the specters to be still be seen and heard throughout the hotel are of a former butler and chambermaid who’s love affair ended in both mysterious and tragic circumstances. A Victorian child wearing a bonnet is also seen here.
Blyth Gun Battery (Blyth)
South Beach, Blyth, Northumberland NE24 3PL
9pm - 2am 2 places left
£24 per person
A World War 1 compound of secret sheltered rooms, observation towers and former sleeping quarters for soldiers. A history of suicide, drownings and multiple of other tragic losses may be key to a number of paranormal occurrences. Sounds of children’s laughter is common here however the temperature changes when apparitions of a man in a white apron appear, chairs move and objects get thrown as if warning trespassers to get out!
Victoria tunnel (Newcastle)
Ouseburn Resource Centre Arch 6, Stepney Bank , Ouseburn, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 2NP, (MEET HERE BEFORE BEING LED TO TUNNEL)
7pm - 12pm 3 places left
£36 per person
The tunnel runs for 2 and a half miles beneath the city & as far as 85ft below ground. Constructed between 1839 & 1842 as a colliery wagon way & later used as an air aid shelter during ww2. Its believed that fatalities of explosions & a disastrous wagon accident may be liked to paranormal activity. People have felt their arms being touched & witnessed sudden appearances of mists, flashes of light, a young boy & an unusually tall gentleman
Vane Tempest Hall (Durham)
Maynards Row, Gilesgate, Durham, Co Durham DH1 1QF
9pm - 2am 6 places left
£24 per person
Built 1865 as Militia Barracks. Later used as an isolation hospital for smallpox victims & storage for dead bodies before becoming a focal point for social activities. Unusual blasts of cold air & foul smells to sounds of dragging, slamming doors, murmuring & whispered voices are associated with sightings of a lady in white & a militia soldier disfigured from a training accident walking the grounds
Chillingham Castle (Alnwick)
Chillingham, Alnwick, Northumberland, NE66 5NJ
11pm - 4am SOLD OUT 0 places left
£64 per person
Built in 1100s as shelter for English soldiers & prison for Scottish rebels. Regarded Britains most haunted castle & seen on numerous TV programs because of countless paranormal incidents & a horrific, bloody past that earned it the name “Home of the tortures”. Thousands of people have been tortured to death here in most terrifying ways & their spirits remain. This building comes with a stern warning that its not for the faint hearted & has been described as the embodiment of evil
marsden inn hotel (south shields)
Redwell Lane, South Shields, Tyne and Wear NE34 7JS
10pm - 3am 19 places left
£26 per person
It was built on the eve of World War 2 and became a popular hangout for soldiers. One of these soldiers passed away in his room and his spirit has never left. His image is frequently seen walking down the grand stairs and into the extra large, creepy, cellar. Poltergeist activity may be contributed to by a female spirit seen walking behind the bar. Glasses flying from shelves, moving chairs and music being played is accompanied by sounds of giggling and other loud noises.
Blackbird Castle Inn (Ponteland)
North Road, Ponteland, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland NE20 9UH
10pm - 3am 18 places left
£39 per person
Ponteland’s tower castle was created in 1150. After suffering a brutal attack at the hands Scottish army however it was rebuilt in 1588. It was used as a manor house by the Errington family & one of those family members is said to have committed suicide here. It’s his spirit amongst others that’s believed to return late at night when lights turn on & off, old music is heard & horrendous banging. A young girl is also seen standing at the upstairs windows & voices are heard saying the words “I am here”.
York Brewery & Meeting Rooms (York)
12 Toft Green , York , Nth Yorkshire YO1 6JT. (FREE PARKING @ Albemarle Rd YO23 1ep
9pm - 2am 19 places left
£26 per person
Step back in time into a labyrinth of 18th century rooms through the former morgue (the brewery) and into the former vicars home (a large 3 story building known as the meeting rooms). It’s a dark malevolent entity that is said roam the corridors. He has been seen by multiple people and is described as wearing a tall hat and being abnormally thin. He slams doors as he goes and makes loud noises giving people the impression that they are not welcome here.
Thornaby Town Hall (Thornaby)
Mandale Road, Thornaby, Stockton-on-Tees, Cleveland TS17 6AW
8pm - 1am 1 places left
£21 per person
The town hall was created in 1892 complete with the council chamber, ante-rooms, offices and board room. In 1968 however the council had amalgamated and the building stood empty for many years. Its now owned and occupied by Thornaby town council and their tenants once more. Since then they have seen things from corner of the eye movement to full apparitions of a man in dark clothing, trembling desks in front of them, moving doors and mumbled conversations coming from empty rooms.
North East Aircraft Museum (Sunderland)
Old Washington Road, Sunderland, SR5 3HZ
10pm - 3am 13 places left
£28 per person
Featured on TVs Most haunted. First used as an airfield in 1916 & went on to play an key role in the defeat of the German army. Paranormal attachment here is rife. Stones are thrown & dark shadows seen in all of the large hangers. wartime music is heard & a sergeant who met an tragic, untimely death is frequently seen & heard.
Cleveland Ironstone Mining Museum (Skinningrove)
Deepdale , Skinningrove, Cleveland TS13 4AP
9pm - 2am 20 places left
£34 per person
Dark, underground tunnels created in 1847 where minors struggled in the most unbelievable strenuous working conditions & many lives both old and young where lost. It’s said that today children’s voices are heard with feet shuffling, whistling, knocking & tapping. Sounds of horses & a man has been spotted many times wondering from one end of the tunnels to the other
Four Clocks Centre (Bishop Auckland)
Four Clocks Centre, Newgate St, Bishop Auckland, County Durham DL14 7EJ
9pm - 2am 25 places left
£28 per person
CCTV footage of a hazy figure has been caught in the halls of this former 1914 Wesleyan methodist church that now serves as a community centre. Because of this and various other paranormal occurrences staff think that changes made to the building have stirred something up. Sounds of running and slamming doors have made them reluctant to lock up at night but curious to find out whats going on. visitors have seen the apparition of a lady wearing an old hat and Objects have been seen to move in locked rooms
Bowes Railway Museum (Gateshead)
Springwell Road, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, NE9 7QJ
10pm - 3am 20 places left
£41 per person
Created in 1826 by George Stephenson & later taken over by the Bowes family. It was a colliery railway used for transporting coal from nearby pits & boasts the only preserved rope-hauled railway in the world. It’s an eerie place after dark & people have witnessed strange smells, noises & tools constantly being moved around on their own. Apparitions of former colliery workers in & around these large old buildings, trains & wagons have left people running from the site screaming.
Jedburgh Castle Jail and Museum (Jedburgh)
Castle Gate, Jedburgh, Roxburghshire TD8 6AS
9pm - 2am 28 places left
£52 per person
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