Fright Nights a family company since 1999, was the first of its type to offer overnight Ghost Hunt in the UK experiences to the public and retains its reputation for haunted and unusual locations as well as an excellent night of ghost hunting! This Halloween sees Fright Nights celebrating its fifteenth year of providing the best ghost hunting experiences to the general public. Taking hundreds ghost hunters a month on the most thrilling ghost hunt experiences available, Fright Nights are the undisputed number one Ghost Hunting Company.
Fright Nights have taken over 300,000 people on ghost hunts at over three hundred haunted locations, if you have never ghost hunted before then have a go, it is an experience to remember! See below for ghost hunting highlights coming up or check out our ghost hunt section here
An exclusive ghost hunt in the cells, corridors and rooms of Worcester Guildhall, one of Worcestershire’s most haunted locations. Worcester Guildhall boasts spectacular architecture, period decoration and history. Ghostly apparitions have been seen by many wandering the floor of the Assembly room, along with the strong smell of perfume
Last ever Fright Nights Ghost Hunt at one of Britain’s most haunted buildings which is set to become private apartments On York’s oldest street is one of the most haunted houses in the country, terrifying possessions of mediums, ghostly figures and the ghost of a little girl await you.
For nearly five hundred years the Warwick Crown Courts has seen criminals pass through its doors to a life of incarceration or straight to the gallows. The original prisoner’s cells remain as well as a dungeon dating to the Middle Ages, and we have limited dates at this amazing venue before it is redeveloped!
Eleven years after our first Bodmin Jail ghost hunt, we are returning to one of the Britain’s most haunted and brutal jails in England. Take part in a real ghost hunt at this amazing location known for its intense haunting and strange paranormal activity.
The North Worcestershire Town of Kidderminster is no stranger to murder and tragedy. Now stood on land that was once an inn, infamous for their ladies of the night and drunken rogues, the original Victorian Kidderminster Town Hall is said to be diverse in its ghostly activity.
Bolling Hall is a classic haunting, it’s first reported ghost sighting dates from the 1600s. It’s darkened rooms and corridors harbour the souls of the unsettled dead. Who haunts the Blue Room, why are objects mysteriously thrown into the middle of the room and who is the shadowy figure that stands in the main hall?
Situated on the outskirts of Portsmouth is underground complex that has over a mile and half of haunted tunnels, rooms and streets. A secret, bombproof headquarters was built into Portsdown Hill to provide a base for over 700 people below ground, a 1000 above ground during World War II – with this amazing history, it’s no wonder that it has a few ghosts.