The Galleries of Justice is a courthouse and jail that has served Nottingham for over 400 years. It has a long history of powerful emotions – anger, despair, betrayal, and, of course, executions. It is not surprising that this rich atmosphere should have left its mark, so that the buildings today are abound with reported ghostly encounters.
A whole ghost hunt could be held in the reception with its three ghosts, a soldier, a Victorian gentleman and an old lady, but Fright Nights have the whole building!
Take part in a ghost hunt that will take you to the Hanging Corridor – where ghostly Civil War soldiers were witnessed walking through a wall, the Criminal Court with its shadowy figures and the Pits, a location so spooky that even the staff won’t enter! You will also have access to the notorious underground chapel and caves where the Most Haunted Crew and Ghost Hunters International witnessed paranormal activity!
Join Fright Nights on a ghost hunt at the Galleries of Justice and learn the history of the Shire Hall, its connections with Robin Hood and the stories of the prisoners and staff at the Prison. Along the way you will visit the most haunted areas and hear about the ghosts and spirits that haunt this impressive building.
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