Join Fright Nights for a Ghost Hunting adventure evening at one of several haunted locations for a spooky experience with the chance to uncover the venues history and take part in a real ghost hunt with paranormal investigators and mediums.
Since 1999, Fright Nights have organised ghost hunts at Haunted Locations across Britain. Buildings that are famous for being haunted by an array of characters throughout history – some good and some not so good… * Some Ghost Hunts can be very Intense! Why not join us by booking now or purchase our genuine Fright Nights Gift Vouchers (look out for our special offers) for future bookings or as presents for family and friends!
Glemham Hall: A magnificant Grade 1 listed Elizabethan stately home, built in 1560 by the De Glemham family, set in around 300 acres (120 ha) of park land on the outskirts of the village of Little Glemham in Suffolk, England.
Martello Tower F: The tower, which is Grade II listed, has been standing tall for over 200 years & is accessed via the original cast iron footbridge over a dry moat & overlooking the promenade of Clacton seafront, to the west of the pier. The tower is the only remaining moated example on the Essex coast.
The Ancient Ram Inn: Built where three Ley Lines converge and on top of a 3,000 year old ancient Pagan burial ground, said to have been built in the 12th century (1145AD) and owned by the local St Mary’s church as a place to house the slaves and workers who helped build the church.
Sutton House: Built in 1535 by Ralph Sadleir, in the heart of the East End as a family home for him & his wife Helen Barre. Ralph was a close aide to Thomas Cromwell in the court of Henry VIII, whose missions were in connection to the Dissolution of the Monasteries.
Fort Horsted with it’s incredible labyrinth of tunnels and buildings said to be haunted by very active spirits as seen on the hit TV show “Ghost Adventures”!
Please note: Over 18s only – no pregnant women allowed and attendees must be reasonably fit. Full details and booking available at Fright Nights website.