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Newcastle Keep Ghost Nights/ Ghost Hunting Events

Newcastle Castle (The Keep ) Ghost Hunt

North East Ghost Hunts / Newcastle Keep Ghost Hunts 

Newcastle Castle, also known as The Keep, is one of the oldest landmarks in the area. Unsurprisingly, there have been hundreds of reports of ghostly happenings within its walls. Ghost hunts are a regular occurrence here; even the most experienced ghost hunters have reported feeling scared. If you're up for a challenge, join the Paranormal Eye team after dark and become a paranormal investigator for the evening. Who knows, you might be the next visitor to the Castle's Keep to experience the strange happenings here.

Some of the unusual occurrences reported in the Castle include heavy footsteps walking across the floors when nobody is present, strange mists and swirls of lights in the main hall, and sightings of black monk-like shapes and figures wandering through the many secret rooms within the Castle. The Castle is also known to be haunted by a mischievous small child. 

Are you ready to leave your comfort zone and spend the night at this eerie, chilling castle with a gruesome past? The Paranormal Eye team will unlock the keep for your night's ghost-hunting event.

History Of Newcastle Keep 

The Castle's Keep in Newcastle is a historic building that is over 800 years old. Built on the site of the earlier castle, it is a Grade I listed building and a Scheduled Ancient Monument. From the 16th to the 18th century, the Keep was used as a prison but fell into disrepair before it was restored in the early 19th century. The arrival of the railway system in the 1850s demanded that the surrounding area be altered, and today, the Keep and Gatehouse are the only surviving buildings from the original fortification.

The entrance to the Castle's Keep is via flights of stairs, leading to the second floor and the Great Hall- the largest room in the Keep. The Black Gate, which was once approached via a drawbridge across a moat, can now be accessed via a wooden bridge. The original gate had a portcullis, and the recesses where this fit can still be seen. The Castle's Keep and the Black Gate have recently been refurbished and reopened as Newcastle Castle, thanks to the Heart of the City Partnership's efforts to improve accessibility.

If you're feeling brave, you can take part in a ghost hunt at the Castle after dark. During the evening, you will be put into small groups to explore and investigate the King's Chamber, Great Hall, Queen's Chamber, ground-level Chapel, chamber, and dungeon. Will you experience any of the unexplained happenings that occur here? Can you face your fears as you enter this chilling Castle after dark?

Newcastle Keep Overnight Ghost Hunts

Newcastle Keep Newcastle Upon Tyne 
Ghost Hunt

Investigating with the Paranormal Eye UK Team throughout the evening

Exclusive access after dark 

Group Vigils


Spiritual Medium during the investigation

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

Complimentary Tea, Coffee,

Complimentary light snacks

Get Directions to Newcastle Keep 

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What Did The Guests Think? 

Really enjoyed last night, it was strange the blast of ice cold air sweeping through the floor when trying to make contact.

Darren Source Facebook

Hi, I would just like to say a big thank you for your hospitality at the castle keep on Saturday night. It was most certainly a memorable evening to say the least and really enjoyable! Also just like to point out that after further investigating the personal messages from the reading, me and my sister we’re unsure of various messages put to us upon the night. After asking family members for further guidance, they were all absolutely spot on! 👍 so spooky 🤣I will look out for your next event at the castle keep with much excitement and anticipation!!!!! 😁 Thanks again!!

Jim Source Facebook 

We had the best night! Our experience was unforgettable! The Ouija Board was the best as we knew who came through! Thank you for the reading I got too it was amazing! Can’t wait to do this again somewhere else! Xx

Claire Source Facebook. 

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