Haunted House of Kettering

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Sometimes to protect the identity of a venue or its owners we cannot disclose the name of the venue in our advertising. Last year Fright Nights was contacted about the increase of paranormal activity at this venue, and our mediums were sent in to investigate!

We have been lucky to secure a number of dates for public investigations of this historical house that we know to be active – NOW!

The house dates from the 18th century and directly relates to the history and development of Kettering itself. Before the house stood a row of mediaeval houses and only after they fell into a dilapidated state they were knocked down. We have so far traced a history of this venue to the early 14th century and know that there has been incredible life experiences for the last six hundred years on the site.

The hauntings of the house are numerous, many years ago when the building was a hotel, there were many well publicised reports of sightings of the man in black. This gentleman was believed to have been a quaker or preacher who for reason still haunts the location. Staff and numerous landlords of the hotel all had their experiences of poltergeist activity until the hotel closed and the building stood unused for many years until recently.

So now you have access to one of Northamptonshire’s most haunted buildings and we will be undertaking 100% vigils, no workshops or history tours just straight into the investigation! Would you like to join us?, book now with Fright Nights.

IF NO DATES ARE AVAILABLE BELOW THEN WE ARE SOLD OUT BUT PLEASE CHECK BACK AS WE UPDATE OUR WEBSITE WEEKLY.

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Address: 53 Lower St, Kettering, NN16 8BH

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