Haunted Bodelwyddan

Electrified Bodelwyddan Castle - cropped

Ghost Hunts 9pm-3am

Available all year as a private event for 10+ people.

Take part in an investigation guided by our expert, in-house paranormal team. After a lights-on guided tour we dim the lights and the paranormal investigation begins. Using a paranormal tool kit complete with dowsing rods, EMF meters, motion sensors, glass divination, table tilting and more, you will investigate a number of rooms, including the cellar. Nothing on this event is fabricated.  Drinks refreshments provided.
Suitable for adults age 18+.  £43pp (this includes a booking fee).  Minimum group size, 10 people.  Discounts available on group bookings of 15+ people.
Book now: (01745) 584060  enquiries@bodelwyddan-castle.co.uk


Public paranormal events 2017

 

May 27th - Ghost Hunt   Click Here to Book

June 30th - Ghost Hunt   Click Here to Book

July 22nd - Ghost Hunt   Click Here to Book

September 23rd - Ghost Hunt   Click Here to Book

October 27th - Halloween Ghost Hunt   Click Here to Book

October 28th - Halloween Ghost Hunt   Click Here to Book

November 11th - Ghost Hunt   Click Here to Book

November 25th - Ghost Hunt   Click Here to Book

December 9th - Winter's Night Ghost Hunt   Click Here to Book

December 16th - Christmas Ghost Hunt   Click Here to Book

 

Suitable for adults age 18+.  £40pp (plus an Eventbrite booking fee).

How to book:
Some events are available as online booking only.  For enquiries or other ticketed events, our Bookings & Information team are available 9.00am - 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.  Call us on 01745 584060 or e-mail enquiries@bodelwyddan-castle.co.uk.

 

As featured on Most Haunted, Most Haunted Live, Ghost Hunters International and Educating Joey Essex Reem Halloween.

Bodelwyddan Castle has over 600 years of history, including the mysterious and grisly discovery of human bones found in 1829 buried in a wall behind a fireplace.  According to records, the bones are still buried within the castle walls behind the figure of Y Gwr Hir (the Long Man).  More recently, like so many other large country estates during the First World War, Bodelwyddan Castle was requisitioned by the War Office and became part of the vast Kinmel Army Training Camp.  From 1920 to 1982 it was a girls' boarding school before becoming a museum open to the public in 1988.

Many ghostly occurrences have been reported over the years, such as unexplained sightings, shadowy figures, disembodied voices, people being touched and yelled at by unseen presences, and mysterious knocks, bangs and slamming doors during the night.