The Ghosts of Windsor and Eton

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:

Enter the haunted world of Kelvedon Hatch Bunker!

This Saturday we head back to Essex and the underworld of yesterday when we host a ghost hunt at the Secret nuclear bunker.

This hidden world takes you back to a time when the Cold War had broken out. The bunker was the place where politicians would go if the risk arrived in Britain.

Despite its fairly modern history, don’t be fooled, the land the bunker was built on goes back many years and hides plenty of secrets.

Over the years many visitors claimed to have encountered unexplained activity. But who haunts it and what’s it like to be in a building with no natural light and covered in darkness.

Strange footsteps, odd murmurs, voices from nowhere and figures from out of the blue have all been reported here.

In fact, it has had so much activity it has attracted media from around the world!

We will be trying a range of interactive experiments and pushing it to the limit this Saturday when we host this mysterious event.

Tickets are still available via our website.

Smugglers, Jack the Painter and more as we make our Portsmouth tour creepier!

Our Portsmouth Ghost Tour is about to get creepier with exciting new additions!

The Portsmouth Ghost Tour has provided guests a fantastic evening of entertainment. But here at Supernatural Tours and Events we want more! More scares, more screams and more ghosts!

So that’s why we are adding more! All your favourites remain including the Duke of Buckingham, John Felton and the Nun but they will be joined by a fantastic scene with two smugglers, Landlords from Taverns in the 1700’s and more ghost stories than ever before!

As before, the tours will continue to start and end at the Dolphin Pub which is the citys oldest pub and has its own supernatural residents,

So why make changes? ‘We always want to deliver the best event we possibly can there are so many stories in Old Portsmouth that we want to include. The live actors playing Smugglers and old historic landlords acting out well known stories is going to be brilliant’ – Andrew Frewing-House, Events Director.

One of the most famous ghosts in the area is also set to pull and appearance. Could it be Jack the Painter?

Check out the next date on our website and experience the magic for yourselves!

Don’t miss our Portsmouth Ghost Tour Tuesday August 6th

Summer has arrived, August has arrived and this Tuesday our Old Portsmouth Ghost Tour will arrive and here are some of the reasons why you shouldn’t miss out!

Well if you love a free scares then you will enjoy this theatrical tour which includes live actors playing the part of real people. Take the Duke of Buckingham for example!

‘It’s fascinating playing the Duke of Buckingham. He was unpopular, made poor choices but the he was in and popular with the King’ says Andrew Frewing-House who plays the Duke on the tours.

Andrew has spent many nights doing paranormal investigations in some of the buildings included on the tour.

Equally as scary is the Nun player by Janis Carter who always shows immense passion when she plays her part, but you will have to wait and see when you come to the tour.

The tour begins inside The Dolphin which is Portsmouth oldest pub and also home to some ghosts!

The tour costs just £7 per person suitable for the family and you can bring well behaved Dogs too!

Tickets are available now!