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Found in Bursledon near Southampton this historic farm and museum in located in 400 acres of farmland and holds hundreds of years of history,

Manor farm has been a working farm for over 600 years and was once in the centre of Botley as time went on this farm grew more and more isolated but what secrets are held in the number of buildings on site?
 

What makes this location extra special is not only is there a 15th century farmhouse and what is know known as the wartime cottage used for the filming of BBC TV show 'Wartime Farm'. We will also have the opportunity to investigate deconsecrated chancel of the 13th century St Bartholomew’s church, it is surrounded by graves that are hundreds of years old and duck pond that was spoken of in the Doomsday book.

What secrets will we uncover at Manor farm.. Start your ghost story with Twilight and find out.
Event Date 24-02-2018 8:00 pm
Event End Date 25-02-2018 3:00 am
Capacity 30
Available places 15
Individual Price £49.00
Location Manor Farm
In the middle of a field in Essex sits a small cottage with a big secret, underneath this cottage lies a vast underground bunker built capable of holding up to 600 people in event of a nuclear attack during the Cold War.

Many Apparitions are said to be at the bunker including a grey lady and a RAF officer, one of the more sinister areas of the building is the sick bay where dark shadows are seen and many feel a oppressive spirit in the area.

Twilight Ghost Hunts are so excited to investigate this amazing location with its varied history and even better once the ghost hunting has finished you have the option of bedding down at the location until 7am.. if you dare!
Event Date 23-03-2018 9:00 pm
Event End Date 24-03-2018 7:00 am
Capacity 40
Available places 38
Individual Price £55.00
The Viaduct Tavern is located near St. Paul's, opposite the Old Bailey. Built in 1869 this is the last example of a late Victorian gin palace in London. 

Built on site of Old Newgate prison, where hundreds of executions and hangings took place, the original debtors cells are still in the cellar of the pub! There are rumours of the first floor being an opium den when this pub was opened, a highly popular taboo during the Victorian era. The upstairs is an area that most of the pub staff will not go up to alone... a woman in white has been seen here on more than one occasion. The pub itself retains original features from its period, including the deep red walls with mirrors surrounding, giving a very dark yet opulent vibe. Also still intact behind the bar is the token booth installed by the landlady many years ago. She didn't trust her light fingered staff, so had her patrons buy tokens from her at the booth so they could buy there gin and ale. Staff have many stories here of being touched, hearing loud bangs and footsteps from upstairs, poltergeist activity in the cellars and some rather unusual activity in the toilets!! 

This is a fantastic piece of London history set in a beautiful part of London, the backdrop of St. Paul's and the old bailey give this unique gin palace a very haunting feel....
We always look forward to visiting the Viaduct tavern!
Event Date 13-04-2018 9:00 pm
Event End Date 14-04-2018 2:00 am
Capacity 20
Available places 20
Individual Price £55.00
Location The Viaduct Tavern
Join Twilight Ghost Hunts for a unforgettable weekend at the abandoned Park Hotel in Morecambe,

The sprawling hotel is one of the biggest and most foreboding location's we have to offer and on this exciting weekend you not only will be spending 2 full nights Ghost Hunting but you will also be sleeping for 2 nights in this hotel full of secrets, staff and guests from the past,

There are records of a building on this site as far back as the 1800's unfortunately that building was subsequently demolished but from some of the original brickwork and foundations rose what is now the abandoned Park Hotel,

The current owners who have owned and lived at the property since July 2017 have already felt the many spirits said to roam the halls and ballrooms all over the building, the constant feeling of being watched, strange apparitions seen on the buildings CCTV and bangs heard throughout the night are just some of the activity felt here,

During our visit in the daytime to scout the location and take photographs we conducted a small vigil in one of the bedrooms, the activity was remarkable with clear responses being given via the spirit box, a door opening and closing by itself and a apparition being seen by the team pass through a door.

This really will be a weekend never to forget, are you brave enough to check in to the abandoned Park Hotel for 2 nights and start your ghost story here....
Event Date 20-04-2018 6:00 pm
Event End Date 22-04-2018 10:00 am
Capacity 30
Available places 12
Individual Price £199.00
Location abandoned park hotel
Join us at the foreboding Allum hall and Manor house,

This grade 2 listed building has records of residents living here as early as 1827 when Thomas Jemmitt lived here, over the next 100 years the house stayed as private residence where many different families called the manor house home including army captains,

In the 1940's it was decided a community centre was needed in Elstree and Borehamwood was needed and after many years of discussions in July 1953 Allum hall and manor house filled this purpose.

During a visit during the day the Twilight team felt many presences in the building and in one of the upstairs room we had some fantastic K2 and REM-POD making us very excited to investigate this historic building.
Event Date 26-05-2018 7:00 pm
Event End Date 27-05-2018 12:00 am
Capacity 30
Available places 30
Individual Price £45.00
Location Allum Hall and Manor House
This large Grade II listed building in North London was built in 1859 on land formerly known as Temple croft. It was brought by Henry 'inky' Stephens who was famous for manufacturing ink. When he died in 1918 he left the house and gardens to the people of Finchley.

This beautiful building has given us some fantastic activity on previous investigations, particularly in the basement and small attic room. The ghost of a lady has been seen and her presence felt roaming the top floor and children have also been heard laughing.
Event Date 16-06-2018 10:00 pm
Event End Date 17-06-2018 4:00 am
Capacity 30
Available places 30
Individual Price £59.00
Location Avenue House
Join Twilight Ghost Hunts as we investigate the True Crime Museum in Hastings, over 3000 square foot dedicated to the history of some of worlds most famous crimes and criminals including the Krays, The acid bath murderer and more. With the largest collection of crime memorabilia in the UK all housed in caves that date back to the early 1800's when smugglers where it's inhabitants, we are sure your night at the True Crime Museum is one you won't forget
Event Date 13-07-2018 7:00 pm
Event End Date 14-07-2018 1:00 am
Capacity 26
Available places 26
Individual Price £45.00
Location True Crime Museum Hastings
Join us at the foreboding Allum hall and Manor house,

This grade 2 listed building has records of residents living here as early as 1827 when Thomas Jemmitt lived here, over the next 100 years the house stayed as private residence where many different families called the manor house home including army captains,

In the 1940's it was decided a community centre was needed in Elstree and Borehamwood was needed and after many years of discussions in July 1953 Allum hall and manor house filled this purpose.

During a visit during the day the Twilight team felt many presences in the building and in one of the upstairs room we had some fantastic K2 and REM-POD making us very excited to investigate this historic building.
Event Date 28-07-2018 7:00 pm
Event End Date 29-07-2018 12:00 am
Capacity 30
Available places 26
Individual Price £45.00
Location Allum Hall and Manor House
Charlton House situated in Greenwich London was built at some point between 1607 and 1617 by Sir Adam Newton, It is a Jacobean house with many years of history including in 1680 when it was purchased by Sir William Langhorne where it stayed in his families possession for many years. It was later used as a hospital for officers in World War I shortly after the War Greenwich council took over ownership of this stunning building.

One of the spirits said to reside here is Sir William Langhorne who is said to roam the halls looking for a young lady to give him new heir, another story connected to the building is that during restoration work a mummified baby was found in the fireplace of one of the rooms, it is said the baby belonged to a servant who was either stillborn or due to panic of its terrified mother was placed into the fireplace shortly after birth.



Who will you come into contact with when you join us at the incredible Charlton House?
Event Date 18-08-2018 10:00 pm
Event End Date 19-08-2018 4:00 am
Capacity 30
Available places 30
Individual Price £55.00
Location Charlton House
In the middle of a field in Essex sits a small cottage with a big secret, underneath this cottage lies a vast underground bunker built capable of holding up to 600 people in event of a nuclear attack during the Cold War.

Many Apparitions are said to be at the bunker including a grey lady and a RAF officer, one of the more sinister areas of the building is the sick bay where dark shadows are seen and many feel a oppressive spirit in the area.

Twilight Ghost Hunts are so excited to investigate this amazing location with its varied history and even better once the ghost hunting has finished you have the option of bedding down at the location until 7am.. if you dare!
Event Date 15-09-2018 9:00 pm
Event End Date 16-09-2018 7:00 am
Capacity 40
Available places 37
Individual Price £55.00
Location Kelvedon Hatch Secret Bunker
Found in Bursledon near Southampton this historic farm and museum in located in 400 acres of farmland and holds hundreds of years of history,

Manor farm has been a working farm for over 600 years and was once in the centre of Botley as time went on this farm grew more and more isolated but what secrets are held in the number of buildings on site?
 

What makes this location extra special is not only is there a 15th century farmhouse and what is know known as the wartime cottage used for the filming of BBC TV show 'Wartime Farm'. We will also have the opportunity to investigate deconsecrated chancel of the 13th century St Bartholomew’s church, it is surrounded by graves that are hundreds of years old and duck pond that was spoken of in the Doomsday book.

What secrets will we uncover at Manor farm.. Start your ghost story with Twilight and find out.
Event Date 26-10-2018 8:00 pm
Event End Date 27-10-2018 3:00 am
Capacity 30
Available places 30
Individual Price £49.00
Location Manor Farm
This large Grade II listed building in North London was built in 1859 on land formerly known as Temple croft. It was brought by Henry 'inky' Stephens who was famous for manufacturing ink. When he died in 1918 he left the house and gardens to the people of Finchley.

This beautiful building has given us some fantastic activity on previous investigations, particularly in the basement and small attic room. The ghost of a lady has been seen and her presence felt roaming the top floor and children have also been heard laughing.
Event Date 26-10-2018 10:00 pm
Event End Date 27-10-2018 4:00 am
Capacity 40
Available places 40
Individual Price £59.00
Join us at the foreboding Allum hall and Manor house,

This grade 2 listed building has records of residents living here as early as 1827 when Thomas Jemmitt lived here, over the next 100 years the house stayed as private residence where many different families called the manor house home including army captains,

In the 1940's it was decided a community centre was needed in Elstree and Borehamwood was needed and after many years of discussions in July 1953 Allum hall and manor house filled this purpose.

During a visit during the day the Twilight team felt many presences in the building and in one of the upstairs room we had some fantastic K2 and REM-POD making us very excited to investigate this historic building.
Event Date 27-10-2018 7:00 pm
Event End Date 27-10-2018 12:00 am
Capacity 30
Available places 30
Individual Price £45.00
Location Allum Hall and Manor House