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Due to huge popularity for our Friday 13th event this November, we have already booked the same experience for you next year!
It may seem a long way off but we wanted to make sure we have the ONLY Friday 13th of the year secured with this very special event.
Our November cabin in the woods experience sold out in less than 24 hours, you can secure your place with deposits....
Event Date 13-08-2021 7:00 pm
Event End Date 15-08-2021 11:00 am
Capacity 16
Available places 4
Individual Price £150.00
Event Date 27-08-2021 7:00 pm
Event End Date 29-08-2021 10:00 am
Capacity 50
Available places 15
Individual Price £220.00

Known as the most haunted pub in the uk, The Grenadier is most famous for its hauntings from the ghost known as Cedric, a Soldier beaten to death in the month of September. 

Over the years we have encountered many strange nights at This historical London landmark, but September definitely seems to be the most active month!
Join Twilight ghost hunts and start your own ghost story at The world famous Grenadier pub in Belgravia London!

Event Date 18-09-2021 11:00 pm
Event End Date 19-09-2021 3:00 am
Capacity 10
Available places 6
Individual Price £50.00
Location The Grenadier Pub

Known as the most haunted pub in the uk, The Grenadier is most famous for its hauntings from the ghost known as Cedric, a Soldier beaten to death in the month of September. 

Over the years we have encountered many strange nights at This historical London landmark, but September definitely seems to be the most active month!
Join Twilight ghost hunts and start your own ghost story at The world famous Grenadier pub in Belgravia London!

Event Date 25-09-2021 11:00 pm
Event End Date 26-09-2021 3:00 am
Capacity 10
Available places 8
Individual Price £50.00
Due to popularity and next June’s event selling out, we have booked a second date for the spookiest month of the year- October!
A weekend of beautiful witchcraft & paranormal experiences await you... more details to be added soon!
(Or check the June’s event for more info for now)

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

Event Date 01-10-2021 7:00 pm
Event End Date 03-10-2021 11:00 am
Capacity 12
Available places -29
Individual Price £200.00

13 Cable street was once a home, lodgings and shop during 1888 when the murders took place. It is now home to the Jack the Ripper museum, which tells the story of life in the area at that time, the story of the ladies and offers an insight in to the kind of person Jack may have been... and possibly who.

The greatest mystery in crime history, still unsolved to this day. Now you have the opportunity to investigate the paranormal activity that is present in this building and find out if it is connected to this part of our history!

Many other crimes, murders and mysteries all took place near by- the Tower of London is only 2 minutes away!

The famous Ratcliffe murders took place near cable street as well as it being rife with opium dens and gin houses.

We have experienced the phantom smell of fire several times, heard growls in our ears in the Morgue, had our equipment fully drained in a matter of minutes, taps and knocks on command.... the activity can be immense here.

It’s time to start your ghost story and join Twilight ghost hunts this year!

Event Date 29-10-2021 8:00 pm
Event End Date 30-10-2021 2:00 am
Capacity 18
Available places 15
Individual Price £59.00

THE GRIMSDYKE HOTEL

Halloween this year we will be at the notoriously haunted and historic Grimsdyke hotel in Pinner, London.

The hotel takes its name from an ancient defensive earthwork which runs for three miles from Pinner Hill to Bentley Priory and which dates back to the Roman’s, The outline of the Dyke can still be clearly seen to this day. The land on which the hotel stands is carved out of the estate of the ancient Augustinian Priory of St Gregory. The original Priory building is thought to have stood in nearby Clamp Hill and in 1248 it was renamed the Priory Bentley in memory of a monk who had been accidentally killed there.

In later history it belonged to the Dean of Canterbury before falling into the hands of Henry VIII. It was Granted by the Crown to William Sacheverell and Robert Needham in 1546, the land passed through many hands until 1788 when it was purchased by the 9th Earl of Abercorn.

Sir William and Lady Gilbert were to become the house’s last and arguably most illustrious owners. Gilbert had an international reputation as one of the foremost English dramatists and his collaboration with Sir Arthur Sullivan resulted in one of opera’s most enduring and successful partnerships.

Sir William met his untimely death on May 29 1911. He used to bathe there in the summer and one day gave two local girls permission to swim with him. However one of the girls got into difficulties and Sir William tragically drowned trying to save her. Lady Gilbert stayed on at the house until her own death in 1936. The house was then used from 1937 to 1962 as a rehabilitation centre initially during the Second World War for women suffering from tuberculosis although after the war male patients were also admitted for rehabilitation. Recently, it has emerged that the Grim’s Dyke was used for secret military work during the Second World War. Details of this work remain classified until the 2040’s but it is believed that the house was used to examine captured German machinery and parts of shot down aircraft which were analysed by Allied scientists from Bletchley Park. This secret work was so important to the war effort that it is thought that both Winston Churchill and General Eisenhower visited the house.

It’s unique blend of Victorian, Tudor and Gothic styling, along with its remote location, make it an ideal location for several different film niches, including horror. Filming for horror film- The Cry of The Banshee- began on the 20th October 1969 at Grim’s Dyke starring the Horror legend Vincent Price. A party was held at the house to celebrate Price’s 100th film ‘Cry of the Banshee.’ One hundred candles where on an immense cake, presented to Vincent during a champagne party. The party began on a Saturday night and continued until the early hours of Sunday morning.

This is a beautifully haunting location which we are so excited to investigate with you all this Halloween! Tickets can be booked with a deposit to secure your place!

There are 8 rooms available which is a £50pp extra fee on top of your ticket, a special rate given to us by the hotel, Your stay will also include breakfast & a check out time of 11am. These rooms will be first come first served- please email us directly if you wish to upgrade.

Event Date 29-10-2021 8:00 pm
Event End Date 30-10-2021 4:00 am
Capacity 40
Available places 27
Individual Price £75.00

Charlton house has stood for over 400 years, built between 1607 -1612 for Sir Adam newton, who was a 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 make it stand out for miles, a very majestic and grand looking building.... with sinister secrets.

Each of the long rooms have a unique fireplace coupled with beautiful strap work ceilings and original features. It is within one of these fireplaces the remains of a baby where found and a mystery was founded. Witnesses over many years, have claimed seeing a white figure of a woman carrying a baby, is this the mother of the child who’s remains where found? 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

Our guests have experienced some very intense moments in the basest area in particular, witnessing shadows and hearing voices on our spirit boxes! Table tipping has become a highlight here with immense activity on some occasions! One one investigation we heard the piano in the Grand library play 2 notes on its own! The attic is not for the faint of heart, with many of our guests not lasting a full vigil... will you be brave enough to encounter the paranormal entities that roam the halls of Charlton house? Book on with our deposit option now!

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

Event Date 30-10-2021 9:00 pm
Event End Date 31-10-2021 3:00 am
Capacity 30
Available places 0
Individual Price £57.00

Join the Twilight team as we return for the 5th year running on Halloween, to one of our favourite haunted locations!

 

This building was lived in by Henry “inky” Stephens, who created the famous blue ink, making him somewhat of a Victorian celebrity!  Henry was firstly a Dr who trained with the poet Keats at the London hospital. He had a home and surgery in Redbourne  before moving to Finchley and then him and his son running the ink business. He was a very loved man locally and invested lots of love and time in to the building- he first in the area and at the time to have its own independent water supply. The gardens are beautiful by day, but can be quite scary at night- we have experienced this for ourselves!

This house was also used as a hospital and look out point during both world wars, the basement being used as a morgue for many years. The land itself dates back to the knights Templars and also has links to king Henry VIII. Avenue house was used in ww1 with the basement lending itself as a morgue & in ww2 as a look out post, as at that time it was the highest point to see over London. So many different energies exist here and our ghost stories could go on for days. Disembodied voices caught on EVP in the basement, shadows caught moving on camera- it simply is one of the best places we have the privilege to investigate!

Become a paranormal investigator for the night with our friendly and experienced team who will train you up with all of our equipment and techniques in a workshop, guide you through varied structured vigils throughout the location over the night and give you allocated time to explore and investigate the building and the grounds on your own and with friends, giving you the opportunity to hold your own vigils and experiments with our vast range of paranormal equipment!

As it’s Halloween we also encourage our guests to dress up in fancy dress for extra added fun!

Event Date 30-10-2021 9:00 pm
Event End Date 31-10-2021 3:00 am
Capacity 30
Available places 16
Individual Price £69.00
Location Avenue House
Event Date 12-11-2021 7:00 pm
Event End Date 14-11-2021 11:00 am
Capacity 16
Available places 6
Individual Price £150.00
Event Date 26-11-2021 7:30 pm
Event End Date 28-11-2021 11:00 am
Capacity 12
Available places 4
Individual Price £200.00
 
Event Date 03-12-2021 7:00 pm
Event End Date 05-12-2021 11:00 am
Capacity 16
Available places 7
Individual Price £200.00
Event Date 04-03-2022 7:00 pm
Event End Date 06-03-2022 10:00 am
Capacity 40
Available places 40
Individual Price £220.00