Location: Meet at The red lion market place ST135HH
Tickets: £5 family ghost walk .
Friday 22nd march
Join us for this special Family ghost walk around The haunted historic town of leek. Please dress for the weather, wear sensible shoes and wrap up warm!
We will be taking you on a wonderful historic and tales of the ghostly goings on in this beautiful market town. Stories include the ghost coach, tales about the gallows , find out about JOHN NADEN the last man to be hang, ghost of a nun. Not to mention the screams and cries of the inhabitants in the old lock up. To name just a few
You will have use of our investigative equipment during the walk, from traditional dowsers to the more modern emf meters and temperature gauges. With over two thousand years of history, Matlock Bath is regarded to be one of the midlands most mysterious places and we will attempt to find some of its many haunted hot-spots! Will you be our human pendulum? What secrets will we uncover? Join us and find out!
Don’t forget to bring your mobile phones or cameras for photos and video footage to remember your visit to one of the most haunted villages in the UK. Prepare to be Scared!
Frequently Asked Questions:
We have put together some frequently asked questions. If you have any other questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Yes for this special event you will be required to book
The tour will last approximately 1.5 hrs and we will walk around 1 mile.
What should I bring with me?”
Bring anything you like for spending an hour outdoors including comfortable shoes. A coat or umbrella is advised if the weather looks like it may rain. We also advise you bring along a camera and an audio recorder if you have one, you never know what you will capture. There are also some great ghost hunting apps available for smartphones
“Can I bring a dog?”
Yes, well behaved dogs are welcome on the tour.
Is the event wheelchair friendly?”
Yes, the tour takes place on the public pavements around the towns so you will have no issues
Will I see a ghost on the tour?”
We cannot guarantee this, however you never know, and there have been several occasions of paranormal activity on our walks.