York Dungeons Ghost hunt Saturday 23rd June 2018 9pm till 2.00am only £45.00 Per Person
York Dungeons were once the I Once the city's law courts administering justice to the hardened criminals the city however over the years this building has had many uses. During the day there are many visitors and many report strange unexplained happenings. There are many reports of a man seen wandering through the long dark chilling corridors, Unexplained icy cold chilling breath can be felt and strange mists appear from nowhere.A workman also was carrying out his duties in the location and fled after he said unforeseen hands tried to pull him off his ladder. This vast location is a hive for paranormal activity.
The Ghosts of York Dungeons
The Previous caretaker is said to be one of the many that haunt these chilling dungeons deep below the City of York, There have been many of sightings of what people report to be monks and on some occasions there has been want sounds like monks chanting heard. This is believed to be the Monks who were part of the Greyfriars or some believe its those that belonged to the Friary of the order of Franciscans. There has also been strange growls and cries heard coming from this vast location. Can you face your fears and enter this vast location in the pitch black ?
The History of York Dungeons
Buried deep beneath the streets of York is the most horrifying museum in the north of England. York Dungeon is a journey through the past of York - the dark, terrifying past. York Dungeon was opened in 1986 at 12 Clifford Street, York, England. It was the second Dungeon attraction created, the first being the London Dungeon in 1975. Like the London Dungeon, it was designed as a live action interactive horror show loosely based on factual events throughout history. As part of a £3.5 million investment across both Dungeons, a new feature opened in 1997 showcasing tales of the 'Lost Roman legion' in York. Further additions and expansions continued with a Plague section encounter in a Plague doctor's surgery. 2002 saw the opening of 'Gorvik' (the name a pun on 'Jorvik', the kings name for York), which detailed the Viking history of the City and brutal attacks from Viking forces. Other attractions included the Torture Chamber, The Gunpowder Plot, Dick Turpin, and the Courtroom. 2003 saw the arrival of the Witch Trials that detailed the witch trials in York through the use of a detailed set and animatronics. This area subsequently became the 'Ghosts of York' show in 2007. Like London, over time, the Dungeon evolved from a museum to an actor led experience. The Dungeon remains the smallest of the dungeons chain. The Dungeon has been subject to severe flooding numerous times, due to its close proximity to the River Ouse. This has occurred in 2001, 2004 and twice in 2012, leading to a complete refurbishment.
This Event Includes
Working in small groups, participating in Ouija/spirit board sessions, Evp Sessions, Table tipping, seances and many other different techniques. Tea/coffee and light snacks throughout the evening. 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.