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Wisbech Castle Ghost Hunting Events and ghost tours

Wisbech Castle Ghost Hunt 

Cambridgeshire Ghost Nights/ Ghost Hunting Events 

Wisbech Castle Ghost Hunts Paranormal Eye UK 

Join the team as we open the doors of the historic haunted castle dating back to 1087. Be part of this ghost hunt located in Cambridgeshire. This daunting castle is said to be home to many long-lost spirits; it’s no wonder there are many ghost sightings and stories associated here. It is also known that other buildings, including a Norman Castle, once stood on this site. Previous ghost-hunting events at the castle have left many guests refusing to return to vaults. It is said that strong male energy haunts this location. Drastic icy cold temperatures have been reported, along with disembodied voices coming from deep below the ground in the vaults. Your ghost hunt at this haunted castle will take you back in time as we will investigate the areas on the lower floor along with the terrifying vaults and the deep underground passages underground; there have been many reports of strange lavender smells coming from within this area. Be prepared to enter the darkness on this ghost hunt; It is no wonder this castle is known as the Castle of Nightmares. Who will we encounter this ghostly evening?

History Of Wisbech Castle 

After 1066, William the Conqueror established the mark of his authority in every important place, and the town of Wisbech, at that time on the sea, was deemed worthy of a stone fortress.

In 1236, both Town and Castle have swept away in a terrible inundation. The castle remained in ruins for the better half of a century, and then was rebuilt and became one of ten castles, palaces and manor houses attached to the See of Ely.

In the times of persecution, Wisbech Castle became a state ecclesiastical prison, incarcerating Catholics in the reigns of Elizabeth, James I and Charles I and Protestants in that of Queen Mary. Many were executed. It is possible even that the Gunpowder Plot was hatched at the Castle.

Since Wisbech was a Cromwellian area, the Castle, by now in a state of terminal dilapidation, was sold in 1658 to the Right Honourable John Thurloe, Cromwell’s Secretary of State. He had the ruined castle demolished and replaced it with a most elegant house designed by Peter Mills, a pupil of Inigo Jones.

At the Restoration, Thurloe’s Mansion reverted to the See of Ely and was occupied by members of the Southwell family over a period of a hundred and-five years.

Then in 1792 it was put up for sale, and purchased by Joseph Medworth, a former Wisbech Charity boy who had succeeded in business. He offered it for sale to the Corporation for the use of the Grammar School, but they declined. Medworth had the Mansion demolished. Using much of the same materials, he managed to replace it with the regency villa, which stands today.

Until February 2018 the building was managed by Cambridgeshire County Council. The building had declined and there was a real chance it would be sold into private hands and lost to the people of Wisbech.

This Event Includes 

Access to lower floors, underground vaults and dark corridors.

Working in Small Groups, Using an array of different equipment and techniques

Spiritual Medium during the investigation

Complimentary Tea, Coffee.

Complimentary light snacks

Requirements For This Event

All attendees must be 18 years or older.

Not suitable for pregnant ladies.

Anyone under or suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or illegal substances will not be permitted.

This is an old and dark location, and all attendees must bring a torch with them.

All attendees are expected to wear sensible shoes no heels or sandals etc.

We advise that you wear warm clothing as this is a derelict building.

Wisbech Castle ghost hunting nights, overnight ghost hunts

Wisbech Castle Cambridgeshire

 Ghost Hunt

Saturday 24th June 2023 9pm till  2.00am

Only £45.00 Per Person 


Please Note:

Before booking this event, please read the following as per our terms and conditions agreed upon at the point of sale.

All payments are non-refundable and non-transferable.

General Information 

This is not a sleepover event.

Complimentary hot and cold drinks are provided along with light snacks, We do not cater for dietary requirements. 

We operate a ticketless event. sign in on arrival.

Arrival time is 15 minutes before the event starts time.

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