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Newcastle Keep

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Monday 31st Oct 2016
 7pm to 1am
 £39 (£20 deposit)

The Event

You will be very much a part of the team on this event, taking part in some intense vigils, and being able to use the teams paranormal or ghost hunting equipment. The event will start promptly at the time specified on the events page, and we ask that all attendees be at the venue at least 30 minutes prior to the event start time.
A tour of the event location will be undertaken before ALL the lights are turned off, there will be set refreshment breaks when drinks and snacks will be provided for you… if anyone has any special dietary requirements please telephone 0781 555 2495 to arrange suitable dietary alternatives.

Health and Safety

Please be aware that persons considered to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs with be refused admission and ask to leave the event with no refunds being given (please see Terms and Conditions). A good pair of shoes and warm clothing are advised on our events as some venues/locations can be very cold.


Castle Keep,

Castle Garth,

Newcastle upon Tyne, 

NE1 1RQ.



The castle keep is a mediaeval fortification in Newcastle upon Tyne. It was built by King Henry II between 1168 and 1198. It is one of the finest surviving examples of a Norman keep in the country and stands guard on a steep promontory overlooking the River Tyne.

It stands on a site that also contains an earlier Motte and Bailey Castle (built by Robert Curthose - son of William the Conqueror) and an Anglo Saxon cemetery.  In the mid 2nd century a roman fort (Pons Aelios) stood here guarding the river. From the 8th century the site fort was used as a Christian cemetery.

Given its ancient roots, the castle has a history of misery, torture and death. Little wonder therefore that the Newcastle Keep has its share of dark sinister characters that still haunt the place, with the mezzanine chamber reputedly being the most active area with spine chilling reports of activity.

Ghosts? In an 848 year old building? Surely not!

Reports have been made of a civil war soldier that roams the castle and also of a dark frightening figure that has been seen in the chapel area.  A monk with no eyes has been seen by many investigators here and, with a history of witches being imprisoned here, the Newcastle Keep is surely one event to earmark in your ghost hunting diary!