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Take part in our overnight ghost hunt events as we visit the North Easts Most Haunted locations... IF YOU DARE
19th December - Heugh Gun Battery - £35 pp ** With Pyschic Medium Barrie John **
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We are booking new venues and dates at every opportunity so please keep checking.
North East Aircraft Museum
Old Washington Rd.
Tyne & Wear
The North East Aircraft Museum (NEAM) is located on the land where Sunderland Airport once stood. In 1917 during the First World War it became operational and was still running during the Second World War. Its biggest claim to fame was on August 15th 1940...
Newcastle Upon Tyne,
TYNE & WEAR
Building work began on The Castle that stands today in 1172 by Henry II and took 5 years to complete. Later, during the reign of Henry III The Black Gate and further outside walls were added
outside of The Castle. The Castle became somewhere of safety for the local townsfolk during attacks from the invading Scots.
Unfortunately over the following 300 years...
Heugh Gun Battery
Moor Terrace, The Headland
Heugh Battery was built in 1860 on the coast of Hartlepool. The battery was used in both World War 1 and World War 2. After being closed in 1947, the Heugh Battery was reactivated for the Territorial Army, and by 1950 had become a prominent training location. This said, the new threats of the Cold War...
Redworth Hall Hotel
Redworth Hall is a 17th century country house at Redworth, Heighington, County Durham, England now converted to an hotel. It is a listed building. Robert Surtees, a descendant of the ancient family...
The castle was held by Royalist Sir William Darcy during the English Civil War. He compounded for the return of his confiscated estate which was sold by his descendant Henry Darcy to William Cuthbert in 1743. The castle later passed to Hopper but was severely damaged in a fire which...
5 The Derwent Centre,
This building dates back to 1879, the Consett Iron Company was responsible for it and was exclusively built for the use and benefit of the firm. This building was also formerly used as an infirmary, operating theatre and mortuary. It was created for those unfortunate enough to suffer injury or even death because of...
Vane Tempest Hall (Gilesgate Barracks)
Vane Tempest Hall was built in 1865 as Militia Barracks. Now used as a community centre, it was formerly used as an isolation hospital for smallpox victims and also a mortuary as dead bodies were stored there of the victims who unfortunately passed away from the disease. It is also the only surviving...