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Whittington Castle Ghost Hunt Saturday 25th September 2021 
9pm till 2.00am only £45.00 Per Person 


Spend the night inside this truly daunting Castle, Spend the night in search of those who remain here roaming and haunting this location. Surrounded in myths and folklore this isolated castle has many areas to investigate, which include the Tudor cottage, the great hall and the Castles dungeon.  Whittington Castle is steeped in history with many tales of cruel nasty happenings. There has been  many accounts of  paranormal activity and ghostly sightings. A hooded figure is often seen or felt under the arch of the main gateway, the spirit  of a tall man in a leather apron is seen to walk the ruins and there are faces of spirit  children who have been seen on Many occasions peering out of the windows. Are you  brave enough to spend time alone in the Chilling , Pitch Black and sinister  guard room which some staff members absolutely refuse to enter ? Join the team as we attempt to discover the lonely lost souls which occupy this Eerie haunted Castle


Some History of Whittington Castle 

The fabric of the Castle has been much changed over the hundreds of years since it was built, one of those changes being the 16th century Elizabethan dwelling attached to the northern outer bailey gate-house tower.

The tower keep is 12th century, but has been later modified, the outer gatehouse is no doubt the work of Sir Fulk Fitzwarine of the early 13th century and above the archway can be seen his coat of arms.

Looking at the remains of this once extensive Marches Castle one wonders why this particular site was chosen. In most cases castles had natural defensive features to prevent easy access for attacking forces, such as a river, steep cliffs or deep moat. The highest land in the village, Pen-y-bryn, would have given excellent views towards Offa's Dyke, over which the Welsh raiders frequently invaded English territory. It was protection provided by the treacherous marshlands surrounding the site which was the decisive factor in its choice for the first earthworks and wooden Castle. 

William Peverel built the Norman Motte and Bailey castle after the demolition of the previous stronghold built at the time of King Offa, probably of wood with a stockade of sharp posts.

William Peverel had no male heir so his eldest daughter Mellet inherited the castle. The victor of a tournament for her hand in marriage was Warin de Metz of Lorraine who founded a long line of Fitzwarines. They held the castle until 1420.

Much of the remains of the keep date from a rebuilding in 1222. The outer gatehouse with two towers had a 42 foot long drawbridge leading to the drier land to the east.

During the civil war it was loyal to the Royalists until Oliver Cromwell's Roundheads took it by force in 1643. At the time of Queen Mary II ownership of the castle was granted to Fitz-Alan, Earl of Arundel. Later it was sold to Francis William Albany Esq, a London merchant whose Manor and Estate was Fernhill. When his granddaughter Sarah married Thomas Lloyd Esq of Aston the two estates were united.

So to the last  joint owners Mrs A Hamilton-Hill and the Lady Newborough  of the Lloyd lineage.  The Castle is now owned and run by the local community.

The Castle has an interesting history potentially spanning approx. 3000 years.  



  •  Access to this haunted Castle ruins, Gatehouse, the dungeon and grounds after dark
  • A guided tour of the location with brief History. 
  • Working in Small Groups, Using array of different equipment and techniques 
  • Spiritual Medium during the investigation 
  • Complimentary Tea, Coffee, 
  • Complimentary light snacks

Please remember to bring your torch as these are required at all our events. Please remember to wear suitable footwear as this location has a lot of stairs and very uneven floors.

This Location is not suitable for people with walking and mobility issues. 



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When you make a booking with us it is entirely your responsibility to ensure that you are able to make the event date that you have booked, as Paranormal eye cannot offer a refund or transfer your places onto another event date if you or any of your party are unable to attend.



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