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The cells lay dormant beneath the Town Hall in Brighton, a large impressive building with beautiful marble floors, grand staircases and an imposing courtroom. 

The murder of Chief Constable Henry Solomon in 1844 is the most notorious crime this building has seen. Henry was bludgeoned to death by a petty criminal named John Lawrence, whilst he was being interviewed after a night of heavy drinking and stealing a carpet. The murder took place in the basement area of the cells underground street level. 

Henry’s funeral saw huge crowds gather and the local community raised over £1000 for his wife and children- even Queen Victoria donated £50 towards the fund. 

Me Lawrence was tried at Lewes, found guilty and was executed at Horsham prison within 3 weeks and buried on the prison grounds. 

Shortly after Horsham prison was knocked down the bricks where used to build the new police station. John Lawrence’s body was dug up and his body was put on display in the stable of the nearby Queens head, where punters where charged 2d to view him. 


Brighton cells have seen many famous cases and altercations including the “Trunk murders” in the 1920s/30s, disembowelled female bodies where discovered at kings cross station, Charing Cross station in 1927 and two more bodies at kings cross and Brighton station in 1934. Brighton quickly acquired the name of “queen of slaughtering places “ with a reputation of the crime capitol of England.

The famous Battle on the beaches on whitsun weekend 1964 between the mods and the rockers occurred on Brighton & Hastings sea front resulting in dozens of arrests and imprisonment to detention centres and fines. 

The two gangs violent behaviour was dramatised in the 1979 film Quadrophina. 

Graffiti from the gangs is still visible in the police cells. 

We have had immense activity at this location, the spirit of a monk is believed to haunt the basement area, we have had great results using all of our paranormal equipment and even had one of our emf meters move on its own by an unseen force (the video is on our Facebook page!) 


We look forward to welcoming you to the police cells and courtroom for a night of paranormal investigation!

Event Date 22-06-2019 7:00 pm
Event End Date 23-06-2019 2:00 am
Capacity 20
Available places 8
Individual Price £48.00
Location Brighton Old Police Cells

Hampstead is the beautifully gothic, leafy suburb in north London known for the celebrity residents and centuries of rich history! 

Our haunted history walk begins at Hampstead heath overground station ends near Jack Straws castle,  one of the meeting points for people during the peasants revolt!  

In between these two significant points you will  be taken on a tour through centuries of history with tales of murder, hauntings, highway men,links to Bram stokers Dracula, Van Helsing, serial killers and historic figures, linked together by dark cobbled streets and old street lamps.
You will visit two gothic cemeteries and be told the stories of the hauntings there! 

Many famous poets and writers would sit over looking the heath, including John Keats, Robert louis Stevenson and Daphne de Maurier, who’s homes we pass. 



*This is a walking tour which lasts just over two hours, is mainly uphill and may not be suitable for all, if concerned please message us by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Event Date 28-06-2019 6:00 pm
Event End Date 28-06-2019 9:00 pm
Capacity 15
Available places 15
Individual Price £12.00

Charlton house has stood for over 400 years since it was built between 1607 -1612 for Sir Adam newton, who tutor to Henry, prince of Wales- The eldest son of James l . One of London’s surviving great Jacobean mansion set in charlton park, red brick with white stone dressings and classic Jacobean styles. Each room has a unique fireplace coupled with beautiful strap work ceilings and original features. The grounds have undergone a number of changes over the last four centuries but remain evocative of times gone by.

Charlton house played a vital role during the First World War . As a divisional headquarters of the Red Cross for Greenwich and Woolwich. It later served as a wartime hospital,then a museum and library and is now a community centre. This beautiful mansion has seen its fair share of occupants over the centuries, there have been reports of poltergeist activity of objects being moved and a grey lady carrying a swaddled baby. The cause of the disturbance is thought to be sir William Langhorne one of the occupants who lived in charlton house from 1680 he died in 1715 an east India merchant still never having aired an heir. His desperation for a child of his own keeps his spirit forever on the prowl for a fertile bride and mother .
Event Date 06-07-2019 10:00 pm
Event End Date 07-07-2019 4:00 am
Capacity 30
Available places 14
Individual Price £55.00
Location Charlton House
Event Date 20-07-2019 9:00 pm
Event End Date 21-07-2019 3:00 am
Capacity 40
Available places 31
Individual Price £55.00
Location Royal Gunpowder Mills

The Victorian school in which we are spending the night investigating and sleeping in, is in the village of Privett and was built by workers under the instruction of Mr William Nicholson, creator of the world famous Nicholson’s Gin. 

He brought the village in 1863 and quickly built more cottages for the workers, a new church and village school for the workers children to attend. Our location for the night is set next to the Church Nicholson endowed on to the village, many jokes from the villagers said the church was built on Gin and Sin!

Your evening will be a dinner on arrival and then a ghost hunt with our team followed by a sleepover and one with team. A late check out of 2pm has been secured, allowing us to sleep in a little after a late night and breakfast will be provided before you leave. 

Only 20 places have been allocated for this event to ensure an intimate ghost hunt! Places can be secured with our £15 deposit option, the remaining balance due 4 weeks before the event date. 

Just over an hours drive from London- The postcode for this venue for your sat nat is GU34 3PE.

Event Date 03-08-2019 7:00 pm
Event End Date 04-08-2019 2:00 am
Capacity 20
Available places 14
Individual Price £69.00

**SOLD OUT ** (We are no longer accepting registrations for this event)

Event Date 10-08-2019 9:00 pm
Event End Date 11-08-2019 3:00 am
Capacity 18
Available places 0
Individual Price £70.00

Friday 13th haunted weekend at bradwell farm- Milton Keynes
Weekend will include 2 nights if ghost hunts, workshops including some witchcraft, readings, psychometry and more
bkth nights dinner and both mornings breakfast included***MORE DETAILS TO BE COMING SOON***
Event Date 13-09-2019 8:00 pm
Event End Date 15-09-2019 11:00 am
Capacity 18
Available places 9
Individual Price £200.00
Location Bradwell Farm
Ghost hunt at the village at 12.00am-4am
Event Date 12-10-2019 12:00 am
Event End Date 13-10-2019 4:00 am
Capacity 40
Available places 40
Individual Price £35.00
Event Date 25-10-2019 9:00 pm
Event End Date 26-10-2019 3:00 am
Capacity 30
Available places 30
Individual Price £69.00
Location The Ragged School Museum
Event Date 26-10-2019 9:00 pm
Event End Date 27-10-2019 3:00 am
Capacity 30
Available places 27
Individual Price £59.00
Location Avenue House
We return to Oak raven for a special Christmas ghost hunt weekend in the Forest of Dean!

More details to follow!
Event Date 06-12-2019 7:00 pm
Event End Date 08-12-2019 1:00 pm
Capacity 18
Available places 13
Individual Price £180.00