See G.H.O.S.T. page for tours individuals and couples can book on to. Book early as places on the G.H.O.S.T. are limited to 12 ideally, or a max of 15. If you have above 10, you can organise your own Ghost Tour group - minimum of ten - for any available date of your choosing; see the 'Share The Experience' Group Ghost Tour.
Visit our Most Haunted Castle
Walk amongst our spirits, along the derelict upper corridors and wards of this former TB Hospital.
Lie on beds in this haunted house under ward lights where we TB patients once slept and feel our ghostly presence still...
Journey back in time, to the age of classic Opera, where the great Lady once entertained European heads of state in her private Opera House.
Stand upon the very boards she once trod - for yet you may hear her sing for you, in quiet whispers.
What IS that sound you hear, the centuries old stage creaking - or footsteps, close behind you?
The cloth backdrop rustling in the wings - or ill formed words you can't quite catch...
Join us in the cellars under the theatre, where stage hands once operated lifts and pulleys behind the scenes, and enter our world - the World of the Paranormal. Seek us out if you can, before we find you.
Address us in your seances, question us with your table tipping and glass divination.
And feel the chill of our cold breath upon your cheek, the tingling of our fingers running lightly down your spine ...
we pass beside you, our presence felt, yet unseen...
Hear our footsteps walking towards you - as we pass beside you, our presence felt, yet unseen, ghost haunting...
...and hear our sounds all around you
Stand quite still and alone in our empty spaces and hear our sounds around you, closing in on you, and slowly feel our entity grow in your mind.
See the chill night of ghost hunting through with us, if you dare!
Venture into Our World, where nothing can be predicted, your destination unknown; but beware, this is not a journey for the faint hearted....
Experience for yourself our Haunted House - if you dare!
Our Ghost Hunting Packages for serious ghost hunters include all night ghost tours, with en-suite D,B&B, and shorter 'share the experience' ghost tours, with budget B&B and optional Dinner.
Or if it is a party you are after, why not get a group together for a light-hearted fun-filled Fright Night or Hen Party?
Kindly note the minimum size for your own private Ghost Tour or Fright Night is 10 guests/ ghost hunters, including the Ladies Fright Night, which has a minimum of 10 hens. Smaller bookings may very occasionally be added to existing tours, but first check out the G.H.O.S.T. (Ghost & History Once-monthly Selected Tour) to see if you can join us on one of these available ghost tour dates.
Recent Sighting - (published 15/07/2014):
Steve Graham was running a 'Fright Night' tour on Saturday 12th July and as the guests were leaving one of the upper rooms, prompted by something a bit strange, one of the guests took this photograph of the 'Children's Ward' as they were leaving. Now a Fright Night is not a serious ghost tour and apparently guests on the Fright Night tours are not normally taken into the Children's ward. So Steve was just showing them this room as an 'extra' to the Fright Night event. Only on this occasion the party was presented with something genuinely 'spooky'!
The image appears to be of a male or female adult carrying a baby or small object. Logically if this was the Children's ward, one is inclined to the interpretation that this is an image of a nurse carrying a TB child-patient, as this room was the 'children's ward' in the days when the castle was a TB Hospital.
This is one of the most significant pictures ever taken at Craig y Nos, particularly given its location by the door into the children's ward - hence its top billing on our Home Page. See more on this story on our Blog pages.
Listen to Steve Graham of The Paranormal World talking about the paranormal and Castle Ghost Hunts on KTPF radio here - please scroll forward to a point 30 minutes in to the recording to hear Steve speaking as there other guests at the start of the show. Steve Graham's talk concludes at 1 hr 48 minutes so settle down for a long listen!
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