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Queen Street Masonic Temple (Sunderland)

Masonic hall Sunderland ghost hunts

Queen Street East, Sunderland , Tyne & Wear SR1 2HT
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10pm - 3am 20 places left
Saturday 22/09/2018
£36 per person

The world’s oldest purpose-built masonic temple. Created in 1783 on foundations belonging to a much older building. Parts in here are extremely spooky and give the sense that something is creeping around, watching. There have been sightings of a man wearing Victorian clothing, black figures and strange footprints. People have felt an unusually sickness and as if something has touched them. Loud banging has been heard along with eerie childlike singing.

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North East Aircraft Museum (Sunderland)

North East Aircraft Museum (Sunderland) ghost hunts

Old Washington Road, Sunderland, SR5 3HZ
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10pm - 3am 30 places left
Saturday 06/10/2018
£33 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.

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Ship Isis (Sunderland)

Ship isis (Sunderland) ghost hunts

26 Silksworth Row, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear SR1 3QJ
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10pm - 3am 20 places left
Friday 30/11/2018
£31 per person

Mary Ann Cotton shes dead and shes rotten. Within the walls of this 19th century inn its believed that the remains of 2 murdered children still lay, Victims of Britains first serial killer, Mary Ann Cotton. Its also considered by many to be Sunderlands most haunted inn with numerous accounts of singing, crying and screaming being heard echoing from empty rooms where sightings of a young girl and a Victorian woman have left people stunned

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Wheatsheaf Hotel (Sunderland)

Wheatsheaf hotel Sunderland ghost hunting events

207 Roker Ave, Sunderland, SR6 0BN
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10pm - 3am 20 places left
Saturday 01/12/2018
£31 per person

Created in the 1700s and remodelled in 1897. It’s been an important meeting place for local farmers, had many different owners and thousands of guests over the years. It’s said that a long time ago a little girl was murdered here and that her figure can still be seen searching for her father. Her father’s figure is also often seen searching for the evil highwayman that killed her. People have been too frightened to enter rooms following strange noises and sightings of the highwayman himself.

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Lanchester Community Centre (Durham)

Lanchester Community Centre (Durham) ghost hunting

Newbiggin Ln, Lanchester, Durham, County Durham, DH7 0PB
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10pm - 3am 20 places left
Saturday 08/12/2018
£35 per person

A former school which dates back to 1875 has been host to some horrifying experiences since reopening as a community centre. Some have experienced a sense of dread with an awful feeling of being watched. People have been pushed or even scratched by something that they cannot see. Sounds of footsteps have been heard walking up and down and the apparition of a lady dressed in white has been seen in different parts of the building.

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Consett & District YMCA (Consett)

Consett and district ymca ghost hunts

5 The Derwent Centre, Consett , County Durham DH8 5DL etc
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10pm - 10am FREE ACCOMMODATION 30 places left
Saturday 26/01/2019
£43 per person

Built in 1877 as an infirmary, operating theatre & mortuary. Created to deal with injuries or even deaths of workers from the Iron company. It was also built on the site of what was once a hanging ground for criminals & those accused of being witches.  Perhaps this has helped to enhance the strange phenomena here such as muffled voices, ghostly mists & sightings of a male spirit that likes to move things.

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