Most Haunted is a British paranormal mystery documentary reality television series. The series was first shown on 25 May, 2002 and ended on 21 July, 2010. Led by Yvette Fielding, the programme investigated purported paranormal activity in many locations in the United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland and other countries. It was produced by Antix Productions and broadcast on the satellite and cable channels Living TV, Livingit, and Channel One. In the United States it was broadcast on the Travel Channel.
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Season 1Amazon Prime | Rent or Buy
S01 E01May 25, 2002
Athelhampton Hall May 25, 2002 Athelhampton Hall near Dorchester dates back to the Middle Ages and fell into disrepair as a tenant farm. It was then restored back to its original state by The Cooks who have lived there ever since. Once in the property, Derek connects with the spirit of a dead monkey, a pet of the previous inhabitants. Whilst walking around upstairs the crew all hear a cot rocking, but nobody is in the bedroom! The crew split into two groups and when the boys venture into the passageway where the monkey died, producer Karl feels something breathing on his ear... Meanwhile Yvette, director Bev and Jason keep a vigil next to the cot and catch orbs on camera.
S01 E02Jun 4, 2002
Chillingham Castle Jun 4, 2002 In the 1100s, Chillingham Castle, was witness to many battles between England and Scotland. Since the 13th century, the same family have been living there in harmony with ghosts. Derek not only sees but feels The Blue Flash Boy whose bones were buried in the wall of a bedroom. A hissing noise in the corridor spooks the Crew... Derek contacts Lady Mary Berkley, a spirit of a lady who used to live there! Elsewhere, Karl sees a white box move by itself when filming in a storage room that used to be a torture chamber.
S01 E03Jun 11, 2002
Avebury Stones and The Red Lion Jun 11, 2002 Dating back to the 1600s, Avebury Stones, along with the nearby Red Lion pub, is reputedly one of the most paranormal places in Great Britain, the latter of which is allegedly haunted by three ghosts... During a vigil, Derek sees one of the ghosts who was killed and thrown down a well. Further investigation leads Derek to draw Yvette and Jason outside to the stones for more exploration, but fearful Yvette stays in a haunted room by herself only to feel a tickling sensation on her head. Tension heightens when her husband Karl goes back to collect the camera from the room and is scratched twice on the back of his neck despite the room being empty...
S01 E04Jun 18, 2002
Drury Lane Theatre Jun 18, 2002 Drury Lane Theatre in London is considered by some to be the most haunted theatre in the world. Using his paranormal skills Derek talks to the famous Man in Grey until the spirit of another ghost takes over his body and talks to the crew, helping uncover the murder mystery surrounding the theatre. Whilst Derek recovers, the crew split up and search the hotel in darkness where Yvette sees a man in chains. Meanwhile, three of the crew members bravely go in search of the Man in Grey...
S01 E05Jun 25, 2002
Leap Castle Jun 25, 2002 Leap Castle in Ireland was built in 1604 and is currently home to a great deal of paranormal activity. While waiting for Derek to arrive, Rick experiences something whispering I his ear at the same time as Jason records high electromagnetic fields! Soon after, Derek senses the elemental ghost that is half-man-half-animal. Derek also manages to contact a monk who guards the castle from negative energies. The crew split in two for night vision vigils as Yvette and Stuart film orbs next to the gallery and Karl and Rick perform a sÃ©ance in the bloody chapel...
S01 E06Jul 2, 2002
The Ostrich Inn Jul 2, 2002 The village of Colnbrook near Heathrow is home to the third oldest pub in Great Britain, The Ostrich Inn. Legend has it that in the 1400s over 60 people met their death there and Jarmin, an evil landlord, murdered visitors by throwing them in hot oil. When the Most Haunted team arrive, evidence is found in electromagnetic activity picked up by Jason's monitor. Several ghosts communicate through Derek to the crew about the way they were murdered by Jarmin. Meanwhile, Karl tries to find a book, which according to a spirit, has all the answers...
S01 E07Jul 9, 2002
Souter Lighthouse Jul 9, 2002 Built in 1871, the Souter Lighthouse in Tyne and Wear was once home to Grace Darling's niece Isabelle in 1881. As the investigation begins, Derek picks up on tobacco smells from a man from the Cantris shipwreck at the top of the lighthouse. Yvette and Jason detect paranormal activity on one of the monitors in the kitchen whilst on a tea break. The ghost of Isabelle reveals her presence to Derek in the kitchen and the living quarters, while equipment in the kitchen mysteriously turns itself on...
Season 2Netflix | Amazon Prime | Rent or Buy
S02 E01Apr 8, 2003
Brannigans Night Club Apr 8, 2003 Series Two of Most Haunted opens with a very spooky investigation into a disused church which occupies the upper floors of Brannighans nightclub in Manchester. There are reports of considerable poltergeist activity and spectral sightings, including two entities that, according to spiritualist medium Derek Acorah, did not want a television crew in the building.
S02 E02Apr 15, 2003
Tutbury Castle Apr 15, 2003 Tutbury, celebrated for its ruined castle, was once a market town seated on the south bank of the River Dove. The tower on top of the motte dates from the mid 18th century. The original Norman castle is said to date back to 1071 belonging first to Hugh de Avranches and then to Henry, Lord of Ferriers and Chambrais in Normandy. In 1174, following a disagreement with William Ferriers, King Henry II lay siege to the castle and ordered it to be demolished. In 1263 it came under further attack from Prince Edward (the future King Edward I). Two years later, Henry III gave Tutbury Castle to his younger son Edmund. It has remained in the hands of the Earls and Dukes of Lancaster ever since. In 1362, new walls, towers and buildings were added on by John of Gaunt, second Duke of Lancaster. And in the late 16th Century the castle was used to keep Mary Queen of Scots imprisoned. The final straw came in 1646, during the Civil War when Parliamentary forces inflicted even more damage leaving the ruin
S02 E03Apr 22, 2003
The Station Hotel Apr 22, 2003 This hotel has had guests running from their rooms in fear, and the cellars are said to be haunted by the spirit of a murdered maid. Originally built in 1910, the Station was rebuilt as a larger hotel in 1936. Famous guests over time have included Laurel & Hardy, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and George Formby. Do the cameras capture evidence of poltergeists? You decide, in this scary 24-hour investigation.
S02 E04Apr 29, 2003
The Skirrid Inn Apr 29, 2003 The oldest pub in Wales has a gruesome history, in which more than 100 people were hanged in the stairwell. After eliminating all natural causes, the crew becomes convinced that a door is opening and closing of its own volition. The pub's history can be traced back beyond the Norman conquest. It is said that in 1110 a court was convened to try two brothers, James Crowther for a violent robbery, John for stealing sheep. James was sentenced to nine months prison while his brother was hanged from a beam at the inn.
S02 E05May 6, 2003
House of Detention May 6, 2003 In this dark, damp and disused prison, spiritualist medium Derek Acorah has a difficult time coming to terms with allegedly hostile spirits. Fear gets the better of some female members of the crew and the director receives a cut to his head which cannot be explained by natural causes. The House Of Detention site is 300 years old. Built in 1845 , it soon to became London's biggest remand prison with up to 10,000 prisoners a year. Most of it was demolished in 1890 but the wardens residence and the entire underground level of the prison was left intact. Some underground cells became air raid shelters during the Second World War. In 1983 the doors were opened to tourists.
S02 E06May 13, 2003
Lafferty's, Bell Inn and The Heritage Centre May 13, 2003 Three locations, one investigation. The Heritage Centre, Laffertys Pub, and The Bell Inn give Derby a claim on the title of 'the most haunted city in Europe'. Bodies under the floor at the Heritage Centre; a skull - believed to belong to a murdered woman at Laffertys; and a room that no one will stay in at the Bell Inn, make this investigation one of the most challenging and frightening of the series. The Bell Inn is an old coaching inn. The building, built in 1680, retains much of its original features. Amongst reported sightings there is a Victorian lady in blue, a poltergeist who throws things around and a maid in 18th Century garb. The maid is said to have been murdered in 1745 and has been seen in the presence of children. The George Inn, now Lafferty's, was one of the most famous coaching inns in Derby and was built around 1693. Over the years the inn hosted the Duke of Devonshire's headquarters during the 1745 uprising, it has also been home to vet and dentist surgeries, the pos
S02 E07May 20, 2003
Llancaiach Fawr Manor House May 20, 2003 A 17th century manor house that has been renovated to its 17th century state and is said to be haunted by many of its previous occupants: soldiers, children, and a maid. Reported sightings include a cot that rocks on its own... The manor was home to Colonel Edward Prichard during the Civil War. It is said that Charles I visited in 1645 and that following his visit, loyalties went from King to Parliament. If you want to visit there are candlelight ghost tours in the winter months.