Supernatural Tours and Events reach a huge mile stone this week when we celebrated a whole 10 years with a special celebratory event at the Mercure hotel.7
We invited a special guest of customers and team members from the past and present to come along to celebrate the last 10 years which stared a private bar area before moving on to our plush function room to enjoy a fantastic buffet
The event also included a section recognising the hard work and commitment our team members have provided contributing to our success. Each receiving a frame certificate and a special present
The event rounded up with a huge party with action packed dance as floor as our guests danced the night away.
We want to say huge thank to everyone who joined us and a huge thank you to all of customers, clients and our fantastic team!
Join us on the 25th of October as we make our anticipated return to Portsmouth’s Fort Purbrook!
The last time we held a real ghost hunting experience at Fort Purbrook was way back in 2011. Since then, the Fort was closed off to ghost hunts but this year we are back!
We will be returning to Purbrook as part of or huge week of Halloween events taking place across Hampshire and in true style, we are spooking things up with some experiments that only the brave dare take part in!
How about giving our conjuring experiment a go? or take part in the trance? or even the ganzfield experiment?
There’s so many reasons to join our real ghost hunts which feature paranormal experts Andrew Frewing-House and James Kemp who have worked in the field for over 20 years and worked for TV, radio and so much more!
This month Supernatural Tours and Events marks it’s 10th anniversary but its important to understand where our journey originally began.
Way back in 2006 we launched the UK Paranormal Research Society (UKPRS) which quickly gained momentum working with names from paranormal TV shows.
2009 quickly came around we decided to add a brand to the family and Supernatural Tours and Events was born. UKPRS remains as a private research group.
As we reach our 10th anniversary milestone we reflect on the incredible journey we have had so far. From living at a haunted manor to appearing on TV we have provided some incredible events.
On reflection lets look at some of the best moments so far. Over the years we have run some of the most popular psychic fairs and Halloween fairs at venues such as the Square tower, Fort Widley and The Holiday inn.
We have expanded to add several brands including Winchester Ghost Tours, the city’s original and most popular tour, Southampton Ghost Tours, Portsmouth Ghost Tours, Windsor Ghost Tours and New Forest Ghost Tours which sell out each month.
This year our Southampton Ghost Tour won two awards at the Southampton Star Awards and our company won an award from TripAdvisor. These are a fantastic achievement when you consider the tough competition we were against.
We have formed incredible relationships with See Southampton, The Royal Oak Winchester, The Mercure Dolphin Southampton, The Dolphin Old Portsmouth and many more.
We have successfully run zombie events and this year we launched our Witchcraft, Torture and Execution tour which has become hugely popular.
We have appeared on TV and Radio and hosted first ever ghost hunts at venues such as The Dolphin old Portsmouth, Gosport Discovery Centre and so many more.
It has been a brilliant 10 years and we have so much more to come.
Most importantly, we thank every single one of you who have supported us over the years. Without you, we couldnt do this!
Our most recent ghost tour launched in Windsor a year ago and what a fantastic year its been with so many people coming along to enjoy the dark side of the town.
But what is about Windsor that makes the tour so popular? We wont give you any spoilers here and we always say that going along is the best way to experience the magic for yourselves but for many, its the mystery, the scares and the chance to learn about Windsors rich history in a thrilling interactive way.
There is also the beauty of Windsor castle which is home to several ghosts including famous former Monarchs, prisoners and so much more. Visitors regularly report strange phenomena.
But its not just ghosts stories that have us intrigued. One tale provides an insight into a man who became known simply as the ‘Windsor Vampire’ .
Benjamin Spong was a strange individual who allegedly liked to eat heads off of animals, in particular, cats.
He was also nicknamed the ‘Woodside monster’ but despite his legend, there appears to be very little records of him anywhere.
One other strange story evolves around Author George Orwell who apparently dabbled in Witchcraft. Orwell went on to write the Novel 1984 which first created the term ‘Big Brother is watching you’ and was the inspiration behind the TV phenomenon Big Brother.
There so much more to Windsor and Eton than you perhaps know! Find out all the latest on our Windsor Ghost Tour by joining the like page: