Supernatural Activity

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THE SPIRITUAL HOME OF 

Supernatural Activity Ghost Hunts


Supernatural Activity Ghost Hunts was founded in  2010 by Elfyn Roberts, Gaz Edwards.

Join the U.K's fastest growing ghost hunting event company for a night of paranormal investigation at some of the most haunted locations across the United Kingdom. From Haunted hospitals, Ghoulish gaols, Creepy castles and Dreaded dungeons. Come along and participate with the Supernatural Activity team on a ghost hunt...if you dare!

Its Now Time To Face Your Fears!


Penrhyn Old Hall

EDITED BY CAI ROBERTS


Ghost hunting has increased in popularity over the past few years.

This is mainly due to the televising of ghost hunts by programmes such as

Living TV’s Most Haunted,. Whatever you say about the

Most Haunted , Ghosthunters , Ghost Adventures , Ghost Lab and many more

nobody can knock what they have done for us in terms of making

ghost hunting as fascinating and as accessible as it now is.

At Supernatural Activity we take the theme of Most Haunted and

restructure it to make it an exciting event for members of the public. We

recognise what does and doesn’t make a good ghost hunt event and

through trial and error we have recognised that ghost hunting, whilst an

entertainment, is very important as an experience. We tend to remember

things that stand out for us and we have noticed that those people that

come on a ghost hunt event remember it for a long time afterwards.

 

If you would like to attend please scroll down to find the latest events or ring us on 07787244264

We now accept all credit cards through our website and over the phone.


Upcoming Events With
Supernatural Activity Ghost Hunts Group


BUY ONE GET ONE FREE

(OFFER ENDS WEDNESDAY 20TH JULY)


Mill Street Barracks Ghost Hunt

St Helens 

Merseyside

Friday 22nd July 2016

£29.99


Mill Street Barracks is fast becoming a haven for ghost hunters all around the country. This is not surprising when you consider the paranormal experiences that have taken place here. Haunted Happenings will be carrying out a total ghost hunting investigation at this very haunted location in St Helen's, Merseyside in an attempt to elicit some responses from the spirits that reside here.

Overnight ghost hunts with Supernatural Activity Ghost Hunts at Mill Street Barracks in Merseyside are always an experience never to be forgotten. Mill Street Barracks have had several uses in the past which includes an old isolation unit for TB sufferers.

This location has proven to be a draw for ghost hunters due to the amount of activity and experiences witnessed here. Once used as a sanatorium for those suffering from TB it is well known that a lot of deaths have occurred here in the past. However, the apparitions that have been seen include soldiers from the Home Guard.


Friday 22nd July 8.00pm-3.00am

Mill Street Barracks 

St Helens 

Merseyside 

WA10 2BB



George Street Chapel

Oldham 

Date Saturday 13th August

£29.99


George Street Chapel was built by its congregation between 1815 and 1816. Though it was re-modelled and re-pewed by them in the 1830’s and 1850’s, and they purchased a pipe organ in 1890, its appearance has remained substantially as it was built in 1815. It closed for worship in 1990 with only six regular members.

The original chapel members had broken away from St Peters Church in 1805 and the group initially were known as ‘George Hardman’s folk’ before taking the name of ‘Independent Methodists’. Their chapel in George Street was the first purpose built Independent Methodist Chapel in the country.

Because of the slope between George Street and Jackson Pit a school room and rented dwellings were constructed below the chapel. They appeared as being cellars from George Street but had street level access from Jackson Pit. In 1830 a Sunday School was built on the opposite side of George Street and the school room space was subdivided into more ‘cellar dwellings’. 1897 the dwellings were condemned as being unfit for habitation and were then used for storage.

The chapel was listed Grade ll* in 1983 but was placed on the Buildings at Risk register following unsympathetic interventions by a developer.

During the vigil, you will become ‘part of the Supernatural Activity Ghost Hunting Team’ and utilise all methods that we use when investigating or communicating with spirit. You will have the opportunity to use scientific equipment such as EMF / K2 meters, Infra red thermometers etc as well as being involved in table tipping, glass swirling, dowsing, scrying and séance to name but a few…

You will be briefed on how to use all equipment and spiritual methods employed during the vigil. The night will be structured throughout, to ensure that you have the best possible experience.


8.30pm-1am

George Street Chapel,

George Street,

Oldham,

OL1 1LS



Friday September 16th 2016

£19.99 pp

BACK AFTER 5 YEARS AWAY

The Ucheldre Centre in Holyhead on the Isle of Anglesey is one of the leading arts centres in the country. The diverse programming weaves together two major strands: performers and artists of international standing bring high-quality arts to Anglesey, and community events nurture the creativity of local people.

The 200-seat performance space is home to concerts, drama, film, literary events.

The main art exhibitions typically change every six weeks, bringing a constant succession of new and interesting work to Anglesey.

Supernatural Activity investigated this location five years ago and came up with some excellent images.

We are going back after five years and very much looking forward to it

Friday 16th September

9.00pm til 2.00am

Hot & Cold Drinks available at the on-site bar at extra cost.


George Street Chapel

Oldham 

Date Saturday 15th October 2016

£29.99


George Street Chapel was built by its congregation between 1815 and 1816. Though it was re-modelled and re-pewed by them in the 1830’s and 1850’s, and they purchased a pipe organ in 1890, its appearance has remained substantially as it was built in 1815. It closed for worship in 1990 with only six regular members.

The original chapel members had broken away from St Peters Church in 1805 and the group initially were known as ‘George Hardman’s folk’ before taking the name of ‘Independent Methodists’. Their chapel in George Street was the first purpose built Independent Methodist Chapel in the country.

Because of the slope between George Street and Jackson Pit a school room and rented dwellings were constructed below the chapel. They appeared as being cellars from George Street but had street level access from Jackson Pit. In 1830 a Sunday School was built on the opposite side of George Street and the school room space was subdivided into more ‘cellar dwellings’. 1897 the dwellings were condemned as being unfit for habitation and were then used for storage.

The chapel was listed Grade ll* in 1983 but was placed on the Buildings at Risk register following unsympathetic interventions by a developer.

During the vigil, you will become ‘part of the Supernatural Activity Ghost Hunting Team’ and utilise all methods that we use when investigating or communicating with spirit. You will have the opportunity to use scientific equipment such as EMF / K2 meters, Infra red thermometers etc as well as being involved in table tipping, glass swirling, dowsing, scrying and séance to name but a few…

You will be briefed on how to use all equipment and spiritual methods employed during the vigil. The night will be structured throughout, to ensure that you have the best possible experience.


8.30pm-1am

George Street Chapel,

George Street,

Oldham,

OL1 1LS


Ryecroft Hall

Manchester Rd,

Manchester,

Saturday 12th November 2016

£34.99


Ryecroft Hall in Manchester is a haunted house with a lot of history. Ghostly apparitions have been witnessed on ghost hunts here and the foreboding feeling upon entering the cellars (once used as a morgue during the war) is difficult to ignore. Overnight ghost hunts here can be a truly daunting experience and with so many areas and rooms to investigate, this location demonstrates haunted Manchester at its most frightening. Your ghost hunt at Ryecroft Hall will leave you in little doubt that this is a most haunted location. Join us and discover for yourself.

The History of Ryecroft Hall

Ryecroft Hall was built in 1849 by James Buckley, a wealthy family man who owned the Cotton Mills at Ryecroft. The Hall took several years to build, with all the necessary comforts of a Victorian gentleman; a library, large dining room, study, billiard room, ball room as well as sitting rooms bedrooms and servants quarters. The outbuildings had stables and coach houses. Many of the rooms still have the original wood panelling and very ornate ceilings which are still in existence.

World War I, with over 100 beds and was eventually given to the people of Audenshaw in 1922 for council offices.

Ghost hunt will run from 8.00pm-3.00am 

During the vigil, you will become ‘part of the Supernatural Activity Ghost Hunting Team’ and utilise all methods that we use when investigating or communicating with spirit. You will have the opportunity to use scientific equipment such as EMF / K2 meters, Infra red thermometers etc as well as being involved in table tipping, glass swirling, dowsing, scrying and séance to name but a few…

 You will be briefed on how to use all equipment and spiritual methods employed during the vigil. The night will be structured throughout, to ensure that you have the best possible experience.


RYECROFT HALL

Manchester Rd,

Manchester,

Lancashire,

M34 5ZJ.


Christmas in The Village Ghost Hunt 

The Village

Nottinghamshire

NG18 1AT

Date Friday 9th December 2016

£19.99


Join us for what's known as the most haunted building in Mansfield!!


The Village is a grade one listed building set in the heart of Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. Built in the 1800s as a malt house called the maltings, then turned into a slaughterhouse after this it was left empty for years until the location was turned into a village night club until 2001, this location is supposedly host to a dark and sinister history.


The Village reopened its doors in 2013.


This location is reported to be a hive of paranormal activity including full-bodied apparitions, the voices and laughter of children, crying and unexplained dark shadows.

During the vigil, you will become ‘part of the Supernatural Activity Ghost Hunting Team’ and utilise all methods that we use when investigating or communicating with spirit. You will have the opportunity to use scientific equipment such as EMF / K2 meters, Infra red thermometers etc as well as being involved in table tipping, glass swirling, dowsing, scrying and séance to name but a few…

You will be briefed on how to use all equipment and spiritual methods employed during the vigil. The night will be structured throughout, to ensure that you have the best possible experience.



A ghost of Catherine is said to roam in the dark of this location; a distraught mother and her child thought to have been murdered at The Village. There have been several unexplained reports of a baby crying, possibly Catherine's child.


Join Supernatural Activity Ghost Hunts as we explore The Village, and try to unravel its dark and mysterious past......


8.00pm-2.00am

The Village

Nottinghamshire

NG18 1AT


NG18 1AT