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The park Hotel Morecambe ghost hunts, Lancashire Ghost Hunts

Park Hotel Morecambe Ghost Hunts 

Park Hotel Ghost Hunts / Ghost hunting Events 

Dating back to Victorian times, The Park Hotel has had thousands of visitors through its doors; It’s no wonder it has received hundreds of reports of strange and unexplained happenings. Known to the locals as a haunted Hotel, there have been reports of dark, Dark ghostly figures and shadows seen wandering through the walls going from room to room. Female screams were heard from the servant’s quarters whilst nobody was there. The observatory has been rumoured to have always had a green light shining through the dark hours. This was supposed to warn away evil spirits. On Previous ghost hunts here, there have been reports of people being grabbed and pushed down stairways, drastic temperature changes, and disembodied voices heard. Many refuse to go alone in this daunting location. Can you?

The Park Hotel in Morecambe was once a beautiful, elegant hotel for the wealthy, Now totally abandoned. This hotel is a vast location with many rooms to investigate, including daunting long creepy corridors, servants’ quarters, cellars, an old library full of old books, many of which date back to the 1940s. There are also many old guest bedrooms. Steeped in an untold history, this hotel still has many original features. This Grand hotel was left abandoned. Join the paranormal eye team as we open the doors and welcome you to the five floors of many rooms and stairways to investigate. Are you ready to enter the sheer darkness of this once-thriving hotel? 

History of Park Hotel 

Up until the mid-1800s, with the arrival of The Morecambe Harbour Railway, the area that is now the West End was mainly just dunes and farmland

This map from 1848 on the Heysham Heritage Association website clearly shows the curve of the beach line around the Battery and down along Sandylands.

The first phase of building along Marine Road West seems to have begun around 1870 and led to the very rapid growth of boarding houses, hotels and theatres, gardens, and of course, the West End Pier at the end of Regent Road.

The West End soon became packed full of beautiful buildings, and today, it’s full of history.

The Mitchell and Kenyon film below shows the promenade from the battery down to the Stone Jetty.

Get Directions To The Park Hotel 

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