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Budget Ghost Hunts

Here at Dusk Till Dawn Events we do our very best to bring you low cost ghost hunts and ghost hunt suppers.We are the most affordable online professional ghost hunting company around whilst still bringing you the best paranormal experiences at our overnight spooky locations!Our new budget ghost hunting events prices start as little as £20 per person!

Why not come along and join us have a go at our many psychic experiments such as table tipping,glass divination,scary seances and calling out vigils in the pitch black of night!

Abandoned Newsham Park Hospital Liverpool Ghost Hunt Saturday 25th May 2013

Newsham Park Hospital in Liverpool what a location! Our Guests arrived and we split into smaller groups one in the Morgue and Chapel one in the Asylum part of the hospital and the Former Old School.

In the Morgue we heard horrid audibles heavy breathing noises and knocks and taps. This really is one spooky location and we cannot wait to return again for our next ghost hunts here in September and November 2013.

For more information of how to join us on our next available ghost hunt at this very haunted location. Haunted Asylum Ghost Hunts


Tutbury Castle Staffordshire

Tutbury Castle in Staffordshire is very well known for its many ghostly residents.This building has such a historical past with links to Mary Queen of Scots this magnificent Castle which is still owned by the crown surely is a ghost hunters perfect location for investigations.Dusk Till Dawn Events have access to Tutbury Castle and many haunted area’s are waiting for your arrival especially the Kings Bedroom and the Castle’s very own


Why not join us on our latest events at this very haunted Castle!

Join Dusk Till Dawn Events and Historian Leslie Smith from TV’s Most Haunted Live at Tutbury Castle Staffordshire on Wednesday 1st May 2013 as we celebrate the ancient tradition of Walpurgis – Beltane Night. Indulge in a glass of mulled wine by a traditional fire circle and enjoy a delicious medieval buffet followed by a guided tour and an exciting ghost hunt inside the very haunted walls of Tutbury Castle itself.Just £59pp

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Alternatively if you fancy a night under the stars whilst camping in a haunted location then join us at Tutbury Castle Saturday 8th June 2013 for the Great Tutbury Castle GhostOver Just £20pp

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Dusk Till Dawn Events Ghost Hunt at The Cage Witches Prison St Osyth – 6th October 2012 – By Mediums Sue & Michael Treanor

We arrived at The Cage in Essex for a night of ghost hunting a bit worse for wear after a nightmare on the M25, but once we met our guests and got settled in, we really began to soak up the atmosphere of the place..

There was a small room connected to the kitchen area which we all said felt very spooky once the lights were out – I felt very pulled to one of the corners and also the wall which went through to the sitting room. During my table tipping sessions in there, the table literally walked towards the connecting wall over and over again.  Both groups picked up and a man, a woman and a child in this room although he man was the dominating presence. I smelled straw a couple of times, very strongly, and we also had some tapping noises on the table. At one point we thought the group upstairs were running up and down the stairs, but when I shouted up and asked if they had moved, they said there were all sitting on the floor using the Ouija boards! In our second group in this area, several people also heard some very loud growls, 2 or 3 times.

The Cage Mediaeval Witch Prison St Osyth Essex

In the living room area, the table tipped very well again, and again, it seemed to be moving itself towards the connecting wall to the kitchen. We asked if anyone was buried or had died under this wall and the table went wild!  At one point a lady in the group was very, very, frightened by what she described as a hand, which grabbed and pulled her pinkie finger as she was table tipping. At this point, there was enough light from the window for us to see that it definitely was not anyone within the group who had touched her. She took a few minutes to calm down, but like a true ghost hunter, she carried on with the session in the dark! Well done!

As scratching noises have been reported from beneath the toilet floor, we asked one of our group (Dave) to do a lone vigil in the toilet, and although he heard noises, he said he couldn’t be sure where they were coming from.

Upstairs on the Ouija board, both groups received the same answers as to how many spirits inhabit the house (10) and one group got the name ‘Cassie’ the other ‘Carrie’ – very similar. The name Bill was also picked up, an angry man who seemed to like being in the main, larger, bedroom. Michael had picked up earlier that someone had hung themselves just outside this room, which one of the guests confirmed to us (the owner had told the story before we arrived) – could it have been Bill?

This room also produced strange phenomena, in that it became very, very hot (although the rest of the house was cold) and people’s arms and hands seem to be lifted as we formed a circle and asked out to spirit.

All in all, an active nights ghost hunting at The Cage !!

Evesham Ghost Fest

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The town of Evesham sits on a loop in the River Avon, with Malvern and Bredon Hill on one side, and the Cotswolds on the other. It has been the scene of many dramatic and horrific events, since its formation in 701 by the future St.Ecwin. The Bloody Battle of Evesham, The dissolution of the Abbey and the Civil War have all left their ghostly imprint on Evesham.
The town sits on the intersection of two ley lines, which some think accounts for its amazing psychic and ghostly activity. The Virgin Mary has even appeared in Evesham, along with two Archangels!
Evesham is the perfect place for a Ghost Fest.
Using the energy of the approaching Summer Solstice, the weekend has some treats lined up in store, with key contributors being Michael and Sue Treanor, Evesham residents, mediums and experts in the ghosts of Evesham, and TV’s Ian Lawman, who has appeared on Most Haunted and Living with the Dead, amongst many other shows.
The weekend kicks off on the 17th June at 9pm, when Ian Lawman is joined by Michael and Sue Treanor at The Spirit House – a venue with the reputation for having intense poltergeist activity.
Built with the stone from Evesham Abbey when it was dissolved by Henry VIII in 1540, the house is rife with spirits and ghosts. From the Monk in the cellar to the young girl who hanged herself upstairs, spirits seem drawn to the Spirit house. The most famous spirit though is Colin, the resident poltergeist. He has thrown bottled, moved bags and buckets and even pushed heavy chairs across the cellar floor – all in the presence of terrified guests! Will you meet Colin? Are you brave enough to go into the deep, dark cellar?
The House has a fully functioning Victorian Parlour (Madame Blavatsky’s Parlour) complete with Scrying Mirror, Seance Bell and Spirit Cabinet, which the team will make full use of during the night.
The 18th begins with a large Psychic Fayre at Evesham Town Hall, (10am – 4pm).
The fair will include Tarot readers, Mediums, Angel readers, Healers and Therapists and of course stalls selling crystals, books, esoteric goods and jewellery, CD’s and all things spiritual.
There are workshops from Sue and Michael Treanor and Ian Lawman and also from medium Malcolm Smith, who regularly appears on SKY TV, Eve Gray Wolf, a Native American Huron Indian who specialises in her own people’s spirituality and the Faery realms, Susan Ingleby a very experienced medium and angel worker and Carmel Langridge, a lifelong palmist who is astoundingly accurate.
At 4.30pm and 6pm the Award winning Evesham Ghost Walk welcomes Ian Lawman as guest medium and is hosted as ever by the weird and wonderful “Mr Scaretaker” (Michael Treanor). This is your chance to see two of the country’s best mediums at work together!
On the evening of the 18th, Salford Hall becomes the focus of a Ghost Hunt Supper.

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Salford Hall was built in the 15th century and used as a retreat for the monks of Evesham Abbey. The Stanford Family added a stone extension in the 16th Century to honour Elizabeth I. The House has
being renovated by the hotel chain that no owns it.
The Hall is Haunted by young school girls, nuns and even priests ! There is even a priest-hole !
The event will include a meal in the restaurant, tarot reading for all attendees by Sue and Michael and a ghost walk and vigils with Sue, Michael and Ian Lawman. The evening ends at approximately 2am.
The final day of the festival sees Ian lawman running an afternoon workshop at Spiritus, from 12 noon – 4.30pm (approx). This workshop will include how to see and sense auras and how to correctly pass on messages from the spirit work. The workshop is suitable for beginners and more experiences people alike. Don’t miss your chance to be taught by one of the best and most famous mediums in the UK!
If you love ghosts and ghost hunts, want a reading or want to be taught by a celebrity, The Evesham Ghost Fest has something for everyone!

17th – 19th June 2011 www.theeveshamghostfest.co.uk

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Our first Ghost Hunt / Paranormal Event for 2011 is at the The Ragged School

Our first Ghost Hunt / Paranormal Event for 2011 is at the The Ragged School in London.

The Ragged School London Overnight Ghost Hunt

The Ragged School London Overnight Ghost Hunt – Saturday 8th January 2011

This Grade II listed building now well known as the Ragged School Museum was once known as the free or “ragged “school for the poor and destitute children of the East End of London and was occupied by the famous Dr Thomas Barnardo from 1877 to 1908 Fully intending to train as a doctor Thomas Barnardo came to London from his home city of Dublin in 1866, sadly what he found was a city where there was disease and poverty amongst families and any education for poor children was just not available.
Thomas Barnardo gave up his medical training and in 1867 opened his first “ragged school” where poor children aged 5 – 10 years could gain a free basic education have Breakfast ,Dinner and help them to find their first job when they left the school once their education had ceased.

Country’s ‘most haunted’ manor fails to sell at auction

Wymering Manor failed to reach its reserve price at auction in London
Wymering Manor failed to reach its reserve price at auction in London

By Michael Powell
(Taken From www.Portsmouth.co.uk)

A spooky manor house believed to be one of Britain’s most haunted properties failed to sell at auction yesterday.
Wymering Manor has been put up for sale by Portsmouth City Council.

It went under the hammer at the Grand Connaught Rooms in Central London.

But bidders failed to reach the £400,000 reserve the city council put on the property.

Auctioneer Jeremy Lamb, of Andrews & Robertson, said: ‘It hasn’t sold under the hammer.

‘We had some bids but they didn’t meet the reserve. Around £400,000 was what they were looking for.’

The city council says it will now attempt to sell the property privately.

The Grade II* listed manor is thought to be the oldest house in Portsmouth and is mentioned in the 1086 Domesday Book.

It has been used as a vicarage, monastery and home and its current structure dates back to the late 16th century.

Prospective buyers would need to spend at least £150,000 to restore the dilapidated property to its former glory after decades of neglect.

The building has seen much-documented spooky activity. Paranormal investigators claim to have sensed the presence of between 20 to 30 spirits in the home, including those of children laughing and whispering. Burly security guards have even refused to work alone at night there.

Portsmouth City Council first tried to sell the property in 2006 but could not find a buyer.

This saw the formation of Friends of Old Wymering – a campaign group that wants the manor to be renovated and brought back into use.

The group’s chairwoman Janet Hird said: ‘It’s a shame it didn’t sell. This increases the uncertainty about what’s going to happen with Wymering Manor. We were hoping a new owner would come in and we could discuss their plans for the building with them.

‘I think it’s obvious the council will continue to try and sell Wymering Manor – it costs them a lot of money every month and it’s probably cost them quite a lot to put it up for auction.

‘It’s disappointing for the council and for everyone in Portsmouth that this building hasn’t sold.’

Principal valuer at Portsmouth City Council, Jeff Hutchins, said: ‘Wymering Manor was not sold at auction as its reserve price was not met. We still hope to sell the property and will now speak to the underbidder and a number of other interested parties.’

Galleries of Justice Ghost hunt Saturday 22nd January 2011 with Dusk Till Dawn Events

Galleries Of Justice Nottingham Overnight Ghost Hunt

Galleries Of Justice Nottingham Overnight Ghost Hunt – Saturday 22nd January 2011

The Galleries of Justice in Nottingham which has recently been voted as having the most Poltergeist activity in the UK is a foreboding location and not one for the faint hearted you have been warned!

Once a courthouse and jail The Galleries of Justice has made its mark as a terrible place where Men Women and Children were punished for crime’s that by todays standards would be little thought of. Many a poor soul lost their lives here at this very Building by  terrible execution from the hang mans noose,so it should come as no surprise that this location is steeped in emotion and history full to the brim.

There is a vast amount of Ghostly phenomena here. This building is so haunted that the Galleries of justice’s Cleaning Staff will only work in pairs and never alone as in the reception area alone three Ghosts have been witnessed one being a soldier, a Victorian Gent and an old lady.
The Criminal Court Room here has a plethera of activity such as Spirit lights and shadows which have been seen regularly and knockings and raps are often heard in response to questions asked.

Down in the depths of The Galleries of Justice are the very haunted Pits, an area even the Galleries of Justice’s own day time Staff won’t go to!
Underneath the building lurk the pitch black eerie underground Caves where discarnate voices, moans and breathing sounds and lights are often seen and heard. Dark shadows and Poltergeist activity happens here often with small stones thrown and people have been known to be touched by a presence in the darkness.

This is a fantastic location and one that should not  be missed join Dusk Till Dawn Events for an entire nights investigation.
You will have full use of ghost hunting equipment during the Event and take part in Vigils and Psychic Experiments.
The Night will be hosted by experienced paranormal investigator(s)and Psychic/Clairvoyant medium(s) with the experience to place you in area’s that could encourage spectral activity!


Ghost Hunts & Ghost Hunt Suppers January 2011 with Dusk Till Dawn Events

The Ragged School London Overnight Ghost Hunt

The Ragged School London Overnight Ghost Hunt – Saturday 8th January 2011

Bolling Hall Bradford Overnight Ghost Hunt

Bolling Hall Bradford Overnight Ghost Hunt – Saturday 15th January 2011

Galleries Of Justice Nottingham Overnight Ghost Hunt

More dates at Bolling Hall

Galleries Of Justice Nottingham Overnight Ghost Hunt – Saturday 22nd January 2011

Hauntings of Belgrave Hall Leicestershire Ghost Hunt Saturday 29th January 2011

More dates at The Galleries of Justice

Hauntings of Belgrave Hall Leicestershire Ghost Hunt Saturday 29th January 2011 – NEW LOCATION

Ghost Hunts & Ghost Hunt suppers with Dusk Till Dawn Events The Ghost Hunting Company

Ghost Hunt Supper at Dudley Castle Friday 17th September 2010





The guests arrived at about 7pm and were guided up to the Queen Mary Suite, one of the Castle’s restaurants.

After their meal Michael and I did a mediumship demonstration for them, in which they were given personal messages. I read their auras and Michael did a psychometry demo (which means reading the energy from personal belongings).

After they had a ghost walk with the Castle’s caretaker for the evening, Alex, they had about half an hour to explore the castle for themselves and use some of the ghost hunting equipment provided by Dusk Till Dawn.

Then we got on to the real meat of the evening! The vigils !

I took the chequered room, Michael took the Zodiac room (both rooms in the Museum) as we had done a recci beforehand and decided these were the most active areas – and boy were we right!

In the Zodiac room, I had the guests form a circle and did a simple exercise to get the energy flowing. Then we started “calling out” – asking spirit to interact with us and maybe touch someone or show themselves. We didn’t have to wait long for the action to start!

Many people saw (or felt) the shadowy figure of a hooded man moving around the outside of the circle. The man to my left looked like he had a white, pointy beard – similar to those worn in the tudor period.  Then, in the passageway which lead out of the room, some of us saw a bright light – like a torch being switched on and then off again. This phenomena happened again a little later, but this time the light was not quite so bright – maybe the energy had been used up with the brightness of the previous light! In the centre of the circle, once again several people (including Andy, the sceptic in the group!) thought they saw a white, milky energy moving around in small circles, and twinkling lights also moving in the same direction.

In the Zodiac room, a monk was seen and a lady felt like she was being pushed down to her knees in front of him. Several people also felt the presence of an executioner-type figure and actually saw a black energy in front of their face – as if an axe was falling in front of them.

The final vigil took place in the undercroft of the castle, where we all definitely heard the voices of women and men outside and footsteps on the gravel – even though we were the only people in the castle and we were all in one room!

A couple of times during the night, people screamed in fear and we all felt our heartbeats racing away for a few moments!

I must point out that all these phenomena were investigated at the time, every hypothesis we could think of was examined, and we could not explain anything that I have mentioned in this blog – other than it may have been paranormal.

If you fancy doing an overnight investigation or a ghost hunt supper with Dusk till Dawn events, please log on to www.dusktilldawnevents.co.uk – the spirits will be waiting for you………….

Written By
Sue Treanor

For more information on future Ghost Hunts, Ghost Hunt Suppers, Ghost Walks & Paranormal Tours visit www.DuskTillDawnEvents.co.uk The Ghost Hunting Company