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Haunted Darlington - Real Ghosts Darlington

Haunted Civic Theatre DarlingtIn the Manor House the ghost of Lady Jerratt has only one arm as the other had been severed during her murder. A bloody thumb and finger print remained on the wall, impossible to scrub away or paint over.

At nearby Durham Tees Valley Airport a ghost dressed in full flying kit has been seen around the airport's hotel.

At the Blackwell Grange Hotel the Tartan Lady, a ghostly Scot, still haunts the building. The Civic theatre is also reputed to be haunted.

For ghost tours in Darlington contact us.

Redworth Hall Hotel (Newton Aycliffe)

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Redworth, Newton Aycliffe, County Durham DL5 6NL
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9pm - 2am 10 places left
Sunday 22/02/2015
£31 per person

Built as a family home in 1693 this 143 bedroom hotel comes with very interesting history whilst being in position of a famous family for 250 years. One of the saddest stories is of a young boy that was continually chained up in the hall. A jilted lover who suffered a terrible death in the hall is now said to stalk the bedrooms & sounds of children’s laughter & crying are heard throughout the building.

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kings hotel (Darlington)

kings hotel darlington ghost hunts

9-12 Priestgate, Darlington, County Durham DL1 1NW
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10pm - 3am SOLD OUT 0 places left
Friday 13/03/2015
£31 per person

A former coaching inn created in 1611. Despite being rebuilt in 1893 and suffering a mysterious fire in 2008 its resident ghosts have remained. 2 of the specters to be still be seen and heard throughout the hotel are of a former butler and chambermaid who’s love affair ended in both mysterious and tragic circumstances. A Victorian child wearing a bonnet is also seen here.

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Redworth Hall Hotel (Newton Aycliffe)

Redworth Hall Hotel (Newton Aycliffe) ghost hunts

Redworth, Newton Aycliffe, County Durham DL5 6NL
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9pm - 2am 16 places left
Sunday 31/01/2016
£32 per person

Built as a family home in 1693 this 143 bedroom hotel comes with very interesting history whilst being in position of a famous family for 250 years. One of the saddest stories is of a young boy that was continually chained up in the hall. A jilted lover who suffered a terrible death in the hall is now said to stalk the bedrooms & sounds of children’s laughter & crying are heard throughout the building.

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