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 1Prime Video | 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...
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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.
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S03 E01Oct 7, 2003
RAF East Kirkby Oct 7, 2003 Work started on the construction of the airfield in 1942 and by the middle of 1943 East Kirkby's runways were operational and 57 Squadron, equipped with Lancasters, arrived.During November 1943, 630 Squadron was formed and also remained at East Kirkby for the duration of the war. The number of servicemen and women stationed at East Kirkby soon exceeded the 2,000 level. East Kirkby's aircraft suffered losses in the Berlin and Nuremberg raids, but its worst night was 21 June 1944 when 11 aircraft were lost in an attack.Towards the end of the war, in April 1945, a Lancaster caught fire while being bombed up, resulting in a huge explosion which set off further bombs. Four people were killed, six Lancasters totally destroyed, and a further fourteen damaged.In the post-war period, the airfield was used for trials and for a short time during the mid-1950s it was occupied by United States Air Force. Eventually closing in 1958, the RAF finally disposed of the site in 1970.In recent years du
S03 E02Oct 14, 2003
Moresby Hall Oct 14, 2003 Overlooking the Cumbrian fells, Moresby Hall has been home to many noble families since the 12th Century - it is the oldest residence in the Copeland borough (West Cumbria) and a Grade I listed building.The name Moresby is likely to have derived from a connection with a settler (probably called Morisceby, Mawriceby or Moricebi) as early as 1150.The Moresby family were notorious in the medieval times, and aquired large estates through conquest and marriage.One of the most famous, Christopher de Moresby, fought at Agincourt and was honoured on the field with other knights by King Henry. Four generations of de Moresby later, Anne, Sir Christopher's great grand-daughter was sole heiress. She married Sir Francis Weston, who was executed by King Henry VIII, along with Queen Anne Boleyn and another of her alleged paramours.Anne finally sold Moresby Hall to a well-to-do merchant from Cockermouth - William Fletcher.The Fletchers were also a powerful family and owned Moresby Hall for 250 y
S03 E03Oct 21, 2003
Edinburgh Vaults Oct 21, 2003 Edinburgh's South Bridge was built in 1785-88 to cross the valley between the High Street and George Square. Beneath the 19 enormous stone arches, a series of floors and walls were constructed to create a series of underground vaults. These were used by local shops and businesses as workshops and storage space.They also provided family accommodation â€“ but it was far from luxurious. Groups of ten or more people lived together in small, dark, dank rooms. They had no ventilation and with the stench of fish oil lamps, stale rubbish and the contents of chamber pots emptied into the streets, living conditions must have been almost intolerable.It wasn't long before the vaults also became the worldly haunt of a collection of the city's rogues, villains, prostitutes â€“ and murderers.The vaults were sealed off and completely abandoned in 1815 and weren't rediscovered until 1985 - and since then, numerous ghostly sightings and experiences have been reported.Several people have reported a young
S03 E04Oct 28, 2003
Leith Hall Oct 28, 2003 James Leith built the first tower of what was to become known as Leith Hall in 1650. Since then subsequent Lairds have added to it so that now it is one of the finest examples of the â€˜chateau' style castles in Scotland. It also boasts some of the finest gardens in Scotland within the 113 ha estate. The Hall is also one of the few Scottish castles to stay in the same family as it has been passed from father to son.The family itself had very strong military connections and the hall was a major stronghold in the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745-1746 with close ties to Bonnie Prince Charlie.On the eve of the fateful Battle of Cullodon, the Laird, Andrew Hays, was presented with a writing case by the Prince which is still in the museum. The museum also contains the only pardon ever given to a Jacobite by the English after the battle.In keeping with the Hall's military background, it was converted into an army hospital during The Great War.Tragedy struck in 1939 when the last two Lairds were k
S03 E05Nov 4, 2003
Aberglasney House Nov 4, 2003 During the Middle Ages, the area around Aberglasney was the centre for bloody battles, including a particularly violent offensive in 1257. Nearby fields still carry the memories with names such as Cae Tranc (field of vengeance) and Cae'r Ochain (groaning field).Until the fifteenth century we depend on tradition for our knowledge of the people who owned Aberglasney. From that point onwards the property was sold to a different family roughly at the start of each new century and a strange seesaw pattern of wealth alternating with misfortune emerging.The documents are missing, but Bishop Rudd is generally thought to have acquired the Aberglasney estate sometime around 1600. The house stayed in the family until 1710 when accumulated debts forced Sir Rice, the Bishop's grandson, to sell the estate to Robert Dyer. His grandson Robert Archer Dyer inherited in 1752 but already Aberglasney was once again draining the family coffers and finally Aberglasney was put up for sale in 1798.In 1803 T
S03 E06Nov 11, 2003
Tamworth Castle Nov 11, 2003 Tamworth Castle is a typical Norman motte and bailey castle thought to date from the 1180's. Since then numerous additions and alterations have been made to the Castle by succeeding generations of owners. The oldest surviving section within the Shell-Keep, apart from the Tower itself, is the north wing.The Banqueting Hall added in the early 15th century, and the Warder's Lodge at the entrance to the Courtyard is Tudor. Unfortunately the Castle was much neglected in the 18th century, but between 1783 and 1811 extensive alterations were made.There has been some confusion over the identity of the castle's first Lord. There is evidence that it was held by both Robert de Despencer and Robert Marmion. Robert de Despencer evidently left no male heir so either a daughter or a niece married into the Marmion family. But as the name Despencer means Steward it is now believed that they may have been the same person. Marmion had performed the office of Champion to William the Conqueror and the gi
S03 E07Nov 18, 2003
Fitz Manor Nov 18, 2003 Situated in the heart of rural Shropshire and overlooking the River Severn, Fitz Manor, an Elizabethan Grade II listed building, has a rich and varied history.The existing building dates from 1450 but the original structure is thought to have been a Saxon Hall. he first written records date from the 12th Century where it was recorded in the Domesday Book. It was also recorded in the Charter of Henry I. The Manor also has a rich ecclesiastical connection; significantly, it has its own church and was once owned by the Bishop of Shrewsbury.Since the 18th Century the Manor has been in the hands of the Baly family who now run it as a successful bed and breakfast.The Manor itself is a hotbed of spiritual activity. A priest is rumoured to have been crucified in the dining room for being homosexual, and groans and sobs have been heard here. Additionally, a figure of a lady has been seen many times in the Red bedroom. She is also reputed to haunt the graveyard and church yard. Reputedly,
Season 4Prime Video | Rent or Buy
S04 E01Mar 23, 2004
Owlpen Manor Mar 23, 2004 Description: - Stone Manor house, church and mill in GloucestershireEra: - Built in the 16th century as a private residence but the Deeds go back to 1210 and there was some sort of house on this land prior to the 1500s.Bloody history: - Owlpen Manor was the home to refugee children who had been removed from major UK cities during WWII. - Queen Margaret of Anjou, wife of Henry VI stayed at Owlpen in 1471 and spent her last happy night before her defeat, exile and eventual widowhood. - There are some reports of a â€˜hooded figure' or â€˜Black Monk' who is said to haunt Owlpen. Some say he is Bartholomew de Olpenne whose family owned the manor in the 1100s, and who was walled up and starved to death in the manor. His bones were found but apparently crumbled to dust when the space came to light.Ghost ratings: - A grey lady clad in a fur-trimmed gown, steeple hat and wimple, Queen Margaret is reported to haunt the house where she spent her last night. - When some children vi
S04 E02Mar 30, 2004
Craig-y-Nos Castle Mar 30, 2004 Description: An early Victorian country house set in parkland, which was extensively built up in the late 1870s, adding north and south wings, a clock tower, conservatory, winter gardens and a theatre.Era: Constructed in 1840 by Captain Rice Davies Powell, the house was originally called Bryn Melin but purchased by famous opera singer Adelina Patti in 1878 and renamed for the Welsh of ""Rock of the Night.""Bloody history: After the death of Adelina, the castle was sold and became a sanitorium for patients with TB between 1920-1960.Ghost ratings: - Adelina is rumoured to haunt the hotel and the opera house, as is her first husband, the Marquis of Caux. - The ghosts of patients from when the Castle was a hospital have been seen wandering around the building. - A jazz drummer recently played at the Jazz bar within the castle, and was sitting among a small group of people by the fire. The drummer struck up a conversation with a lady who asked him if he sang. He replied â€˜No
S04 E03Apr 6, 2004
Jamaica Inn Apr 6, 2004 Description: A legendary coaching house located on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall.Era: This building was erected in 1750 to give shelter to travellers as they passed over the wind-swept moors.Bloody history: The inn and its shadowy past were both immortalised in Daphne du Mauriers novel, ""Jamaica Inn"" published in 1936. Its isolated location made it a popular stop for smugglers and today, the Jamaica Inn is also home to a Smugglers' Museum, which comprises many artefacts from these unsavoury characters.Ghost ratings: Reports of a strange man dressed in a tricorne hat and cloak, apparently appears in the DuMaurier restaurant and then seems to walk through solid doors.Many people have spotted the figure of a man sitting motionless on the wall outside of the Inn. The ghost is not recognisable, but there is a story about a stranger who many years ago stood at the bar enjoying his pint. He was apparently summoned outside by someone and that was the last time he was seen alive. His bo
S04 E04Apr 13, 2004
Croxteth Hall Apr 13, 2004 Description: The main building is surrounded by a working farm, a Victorian walled garden and country park. Era: Built in 1575. The last works on the hall were completed in 1902.Bloody history: Home of the Earls of Sefton for over 400 years, Croxteth Hall has had a relatively quiet past. The last of the Seftons died in 1972 and left no heirs.Ghost ratings: The ghost of a boy has been seen in the Dining room by the fireplace. A figure dressed in a period costume has been spotted by staff and the public in both Lady Sefton's sitting room and in the corridor.The Shadow of a figure has been spotted in the billiard room It is reported that the 6th Countess of Sefton claimed that she saw the ghost of her dead husband in the principle bedroom The 6th Earl of Sefton's ghost has also been spotted striding through the tearoom.Spooky Experiences: Footsteps have been heard in the attic, and in the Sefton corridor, where taps have been inexplicably turned on in full, cupboar
S04 E05Apr 20, 2004
Most Haunted Live - Matthew Hopkins 2 Apr 20, 2004 Description: The West Wycombe Caves are a series of caves excavated to provide unemployed farm workers with jobs, and chalk to build a main road between Wycombe and High Wycombe. Era: The caves were excavated between 1740 and 1750 by Sir Francis Dashwood. Bloody history: It is said that Sir Dashwood held meetings of the notorious ""Hellfire Club"" in the caves. Made up of prominent members of society, the club had an infamous reputation for orgies, debauchery and devil worship. One of claims is that there were 12 original ""brothers"" who elected an Abbott eacg tear. The privileged position was held by â€“ among others â€“ Sir Thomas Stapleton and Sir Francis Dashwood. The brothers were given pseudonyms to conceal their actual identities. However, there are differing reports about what actually went on down in the tunnels. Ghost ratings: Legend has it that a woman named Sukie, the chamber maid, had gone to meet her lover in the caves, dressed in a white wedding dress but in a cruel
S04 E06Apr 27, 2004
Most Haunted Live - Matthew Hopkins 3 Apr 27, 2004 Description: Originally a farmers' dwelling, it is now a hotel and country club. Era: The Manor House was built between the 15th and 16th centuries. Bloody history: The Manor House has had a quiet history. It passed from owner to owner throughout the years, and may even have been a convent or court house for the local area. In 1914, the local vicar, Reverend Lomax, converted the Manor to an orphanage. Ghost ratings: Room six is haunted by a young boy, who can be heard crying and looking for this mother. The owner's young son claims to speak to this spirit, and says the ghost boy is about five years. And upstairs it has been reported that the ghost of a lady â€“ nicknamed Betty by the hotel staff â€“ wanders around looking for her young son! A large man has been seen in Room Seven. Spooky experiences: When the hotel owners held a spooky night, a medium claimed that a murder had been committed room 8 â€“ where a presence of a man has often been felt. Many people claim to have ex
S04 E07May 4, 2004
Mary Kings Close May 4, 2004 Description: - A number of underground closes, with houses that stretch up to seven stories high, on either side of the narrow walkways.Era: - The Closes were built in early 17th century, but there are records of tenements on the land as early as 1526.Bloody history: - Plague hit the Close in 1645. - Fire ravaged the area in 1750. - In WWII, the Close buildings were used as air raid shelters.Ghost ratings:- The ghost of Mary King reportedly haunts the area. - The apparition of little girl, her face covered in pustules from the plague, has been seen in the Close's Shrine Room - The vision of a grim, grey-haired old man has also been seen on numerous occasions. - Dismembered body parts have been reported floating above the ground, including a child's head and a severed arm.Spooky experiences: - 17 and 18 Market Street have experienced the most alleged paranormal activity. - Strange noises have been reported up and down the Close. - Unexplained cold spots h
Season 5Prime Video | Rent or Buy
S05 E01Sep 14, 2004
Kinnitty Castle Sep 14, 2004 http://www.kinnittycastle.comDescription: Former ancient castle, now 37-room luxury hotel Era: "" The first Castle at Kinnitty was destroyed in 1209 and was later rebuilt by the Normans in 1213.History: After rebuilding the castle, the Normans were driven out by the powerful Gaelic clan, the O'Carrolls of Ely.1630, William O'Carroll built a new Castle in close proximity to the old Abbey. This was confiscated in 1641 by the English forces as part of the plantation of Offaly, or ""Kings County"" as it was renamed.In 1922, as with many stately homes in Ireland, the Castle was burned down by the Republican forces.The Castle was rebuilt in 1928 and the Bernard family lived there until 1946 when it was sold to Lord Decies who in turn sold the Castle to The State in 1951.The State retained ownership until it was purchased by the Ryan family in 1994 and has since been transformed.Ghost ratings: In the Banquet Hall there is a huge presence of a spirit of a monk, very tall and is alw
S05 E02Sep 21, 2004
Castle Leslie Sep 21, 2004 http://www.castleleslie.comDescription: Private castle now owned by descendants of the original Leslie clan. The castle was bought in 1655 by the Bishop of Clogher John Leslie but was added to and rebuilt in 1878.History: The Leslies can trace their ancestry back to Atilla The Hun. The first Leslie came from Scotland and was a Hungarian nobleman called Bartholomew Leslie who was the chamberlain and protector of Margaret Queen Of Scotland.The Leslie family motto is ""Grip Fast"" which originated from when fleeing enemies Queen Margaret rode pillion on the back of Bartholomew's horse. When fording a river the queen fell off, Bartholomew through her the end of his belt and told her to grip fast the buckle. He saved the Queen's life and from that day forward she bestowed this motto to them.The first Leslie to come to Ireland was Bishop John Leslie who was Bishop of the Isles of Scotland, in the early 1600s.The castle's ownership was passed on down through many of the Leslie clan in
S05 E03Sep 28, 2004
Kasteel Doorwerth Sep 28, 2004 Description: Ancient castle located on the border of the Rhine. It was a centre of power, government, and administration of justice. In 1260 there was a wooden fortress on the site, which was destroyed by a warlord of the bishop of Utrecht. But 20 years later it had been rebuilt in stone, and was again besieged and plundered.History: In the early 15th century the North Wing was added, together with battlements and defence towers. During the latter half of the century, the big tower and parts of the South Wing were built.During the 16th century there was another floor added to the East wing, the South Wing was extended, and the round tower with winding stairs connected all the floors of the extended castle. By around 1640 the castle reached its present shape.Through its long history it was repeatedly besieged, burnt down, restored and left uninhabited for long periods of time. The most severe destruction happened during and after the Battle of Arnhem in September 1944. Almost 75
S05 E04Oct 5, 2004
Kasteel Ammersoyen Oct 5, 2004 Description: In 1350 Dirk van Herlaer ordered Castle Ammersoyen to be built along a branch of the river Maas. Contrary to other medieval castles, Castle Ammersoyen was built according to a fixed plan. Four wings were erected around an inner-court with four heavy towers at the corners.History: In 1386 the van Herlaer family lost Castle Ammersoyen to the duke of Gelderland who captured the strategically situated castle.The Duke gave the castle to his illegitimate son, who sold it to Johan van Broekhuyzen, Lord of Waardenburg, in 1424. In the next four hundred years Ammersoyen only passed into other hands by inheritance.In 1496 Walrave van Broekhuyzen married Otto Van Arkel, member of a well-known family. Under the succeeding five generations of this family Castle Ammersoyen was given its final structure.In 1574 the Spanish followed. Most damage however was done by a fire in 1590.Because of a shortage of money the Arkel family was not able to restore the heavily damaged castle u
S05 E05Oct 12, 2004
Black Swan Hotel Oct 12, 2004 Description: Former pub, now a hotel. The current building was built in 1732. According to John Girven (local historian) the cellars date back to the 1600's when a previous pub known as the Nags Head stood on this site.History: It was owned by a notorious horse dealer and suspected highwayman, Ambrose Saintsbury.In 1732, the building was re-built and renamed the Sergeant's Head. The proprieter at that time was Francis Paradise, a former sergeant of the mace to the towns MayorIn 1789, the building was leased to Walter Flay, and in the same year, was struck by lightening, causing severe damage to the stablesThe cellars have five chambers which lead off from a central passage; however the rear of the cellar has been bricked up, blocking access to what is believed some extra 100 feet or so of underground tunnel, which runs under the establishment's yardIn 1999, John Girven removed a brick from this area while investigating the suspected tunnel. This act allegedly marked the start
S05 E06Oct 19, 2004
Old Hall Hotel Oct 19, 2004 Gaby Roslin joins Yvette Fielding and a team of investigators as they book into a spooky hotel in Cheshire - but strange goings-on ensure their stay is far from pleasant.
S05 E07Oct 26, 2004
The Chough Hotel Oct 26, 2004 Description: Hotel named after a famous Crow-type of Cornish bird. No one knows exactly when the hostelry was built but it's believed to date back to the mid-1600s, as there is a fireplace which bears the date of 1644.History: A disastrous fire swept through the area in 1578 but the building survived. In 1685 when Somerset was traumatised by the Rebellion of the Duke of Monmouth, King James II responded quickly and a battle was fought nearby. The rebels were defeated and slaughtered, Monmouth was captured, tried and beheaded despite his pleas for mercy.Monmouth supporters were then hunted through the West Country by Judge Jeffreys and Colonel Percy Kirke who carried out executions of anyone suspected of complicity. Kirke hanged people without trials, while Jeffreys managed to hold trials before hanging the rebels on the tree called 'Hanging Cross'. He once stayed at the hotel, and was responsible for the deaths of more than 300. He is a hated figure in Somerset.Ghost ratings:
Season 6Destination America
S06 E01Mar 22, 2005
Bodmin Moor Gaol Mar 22, 2005 The ghosts of Bodmin Moor's gaol unleash their anger on an unsuspecting audience.
S06 E02Mar 29, 2005
Dalston Hall Mar 29, 2005 In this edition, the team travel to Dalston Hall. Although it is now a welcoming modern hotel, the Hall has a history of murderous betrayal and a reputation for poltergeists.
S06 E03Apr 5, 2005
Somerleyton Hall Apr 5, 2005 Somerleyton Hall in Suffolk is a busy tourist sight by day, but by night its visitors are of the ghostly kind.
S06 E04Apr 12, 2005
Prideaux Place Apr 12, 2005 The team visit an ancestral home on the Cornish coastline with a history of murder, suicide and treason.
S06 E05Apr 19, 2005
Golden Fleece Apr 19, 2005 Scott Mills and his Radio One team are invited along to join the Most Haunted crew to investigate York's most haunted pub - the Golden Fleece.
S06 E06Apr 26, 2005
Lower Well Head Farm Apr 26, 2005 Yvette Fielding and spirit medium Derek Acorah conduct more chilling paranormal investigations. The team return to Pendle Hill, last year's live Halloween spectacular. No-one could foresee the horrific encounter that was to befall one petrified crew member.
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S07 E01Nov 1, 2005
Lower Southwood Cottages Nov 1, 2005 Yvette Fielding, `psychic barber' Gordon Smith and a team of supernatural experts visit Lower Southwood Cottage, Devonshire, to investigate a claim that poltergeists are rearranging the furniture.
S07 E02Nov 8, 2005
Castle Keep Nov 8, 2005 Yvette Fielding and Gordon Smith travel to Newcastle to visit Castle Keep, a medieval building claimed to be a hotbed for poltergeists, spirits and ethereal voices.
S07 E03Nov 15, 2005
Woodchester Mansion Nov 15, 2005 Yvette Fielding and Gordon Smith investigate Woodchester Mansion in Gloucestershire, where many murders took place in the 19th century.
S07 E04Nov 22, 2005
Coronation Street Nov 22, 2005 Yvette Fielding and Gordon Smith visit the set of Coronation Street, where they investigate claims of ghostly goings-on and are joined by cast members Sue Cleaver (Eileen Grimshaw) and Simon Gregson (Steve McDonald).
S07 E05Nov 29, 2005
Old Church House Inn Nov 29, 2005 Yvette Fielding and Gordon Smith visit the Old Church House Inn, Devon, to investigate a literary scandal that still lingers in this traditional village pub.
S07 E06Dec 6, 2005
Mains Hall Dec 6, 2005 Yvette Fielding and a team of investigators visit 16th-century Mains Hall near Blackpool, in search of things that go bump in the night.
S07 E07Nov 1, 2005
Most Haunted Live In Liverpool Nov 1, 2005
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S08 E01Jun 27, 2006
Michelham Priory Jun 27, 2006 Most Haunted for their 100th episode return to familiar territory. Originally their first ever investigation back in the summer of 2001 Michelham Priory held many scary memories. Could Michelham Priory exceed everyones expectations once again. Ian Shillito is the guest Psychic.
S08 E02Jul 4, 2006
Warwick Castle Jul 4, 2006 The Most Haunted Team visit the beautiful Warwick Castle situated in Warwickshire. Warwick Castle first fort was built in AD 914 which was a wooden construction but it was made into stone in 1260, with halls and towers added during the tudor, and victorian eras etc has made this Castle what it is today, a beautiful structure. Dark shadows, and Ghostly footsteps are heard throughout the Castle. A ghost womens screams and a babys cries have been heard in the chamber. There is plenty of ghostly activity, but the Most Well known Ghost to haunt the Castle is Sir Fulke Greville who was brutally stabbed to death by his servant on September 30th 1628, but he only died through the infected wounds 27 days later. The servant who killed him took his own life due to guilt, Sir Fulke Greville has been seen regulary by his own portrait in the Castle. Guest Psychic Ian Lawman returns to the show.
S08 E03Jul 11, 2006
Gladstone Pottery Museum Jul 11, 2006 The Most Haunted Team visit Gladstone Pottery museum in Stoke On Trent. Way back in the 1770's this area boasted one of the area's most productive sites. Considerable growth was then tempered by a clean air act then forced the coal fuel ovens to burn one last time in 1960. Furniture moving, footsteps, and cold spots are regulary experienced in the Museum. A poltergeists, black phantoms, and the yard sees ghostly workers in victorian clothes still doing the work in death as they did in life. Nameless men and women still wander in the dead of night. Ian Lawman is the guest Psychic Medium. Steve Parsons is the Paranormal Investigator.
S08 E04Jul 18, 2006
Margam Castle Jul 18, 2006 Most Haunted investigate Margam Castle located in Port Talbot Wales. Margam Castle was only built less than 2 centuries ago, between 1840 to 1850. The Castle was actually built on an area that has bronze age settlers. The park area has a religious overtone too, there is an actual ruin of an abbey that is still there today. In 1898 Robert Scott a trusted gamekeeper was murdered outside by a poacher, ever since then his ghost has wandered the gothic staircase and the Castle itself. Noises, shadows, and footsteps are heard regulary in the Castle. A dark male figure, children singing, and a blacksmith has been seen, the blacksmith has been seen standing under a beam which was the only one to survive the fire in 1977. Steve Parsons returns, and Kevin Wade is the guest Psychic Medium.
S08 E05Jul 25, 2006
Royal Exchange Theatre Jul 25, 2006 The Most Haunted Team visit the Royal Exchange Theatre in the city centre of Manchester. The original construction was of Victorian age which was reconstructed to the current version in 1874, for the next 94 years the only trading there was of cotton merchants. In 1940 a world war 2 bomb destroyed half of the building 3 days before christmas. Trading ceased by the end of the 60's and a Theatre company took it over around 1976. In the 1996 the shows did stop at 11-15am on Saturday 15th June, a three thousand three hundred pound bomb ripped the heart out of these evacuated city streets, it was two and a half years untill the Theatre opened the doors to the public again. There is paranormal activity galore in the Theatre, ghostly footsteps, feeling like people are being followed etc. 2 suicides have happened in the Theatre, one a man, and another a girl, both have been seen in the Theatre. An old lady and women in Victorian clothes has been seen in the makeup room, there is also a poltergeist there, and a figure is known to follow people home, there is ghosts and activity galore. One of the ghosts picked up to haunt the Theatre is a man called James Maxwell who worked in the Theatre and died about 10 years ago. Ian Shillito is the guest Psychic. Steve Parsons in the Paranormal Investigator.
S08 E06Aug 1, 2006
Preston Manor Aug 1, 2006 The Most Haunted Team investigate Preston Manor located in Brighton. First mentioned in the doomsday book of 1086 it has since gone through many rebuilds but it still retains one fact that a ghost has been seen here for over 500 years. The nun was brutally murdered and her remains was not found until 400 years later , Agnes does not just haunt the manor she also haunts the graveyard nearby looking for a proper burial. The Stamford family who's generation have lived in the Manor for 138 years have seen Agnes. There was many families that lived here before it was open to the viewing public in 1933. Many people are convinced that a nun called sister Agnes resides here. Bells jingle even when one of them is not connected, a women in gray has also been seen. From smells, to noises, to apparitions, this place was well worth an investigation. Parapsychologist Ciaran O'Keefe returns. Ian Shillito is the guest Psychic.
Season 9Prime Video | Rent or Buy
S09 E01Jan 2, 2007
South Stack Lighthouse Jan 2, 2007 Yvette Fielding and the Most Haunted team visit South Stack Lighthouse in Anglesey, North Wales, where the ghosts of two children make themselves known through a flurry of poltergeist activity.
S09 E02Jan 9, 2007
Boys Hall Jan 9, 2007 Jacobean mansion Boys Hall in Kent gives Yvette and the team a night to remember when an ancient coin appears from nowhere.
S09 E03Jan 16, 2007
Beaumaris Gaol Jan 16, 2007 A tale of unrequited love is the backdrop to investigations at the chilling Beaumaris Gaol in Anglesey, North Wales.
S09 E04Jan 23, 2007
Brougham Hall Jan 23, 2007 The Most Haunted team visit Brougham Hall in Cumbria and Yvette has a ghostly family reunion.
S09 E05Jan 30, 2007
Alton Towers Jan 30, 2007 The Most Haunted team investigate ghostly activity at one of the UKs most popular theme parks.
S09 E06Feb 6, 2007
Dartford Library Feb 6, 2007 Situated in the heart of Dartford, Kent is the Central Library building which has been home to Dartford's Library since 1916 and it's museum since 1937. It's a huge resource to it's community and attracts 8,000 visitors each year. The team have 24 hours to find out if it's also one of Kent's 'Most Haunted' buildings.
S09 E07Feb 13, 2007
Stockport Workhouse Feb 13, 2007 St Thomas' Hospital in Shaw Heath, Stockport consists of new and old buildings, Most of its older areas used to be homes, school rooms and workshops for up to 690 people and was originally known as Stockport Workhouse. The Most Haunted team spend 24 hours in the complex to see if, through its reported supernatural activity, they can uncover some of its lengthy past which includes riots, poor standard of living and death.
Season 10Prime Video | Rent or Buy
S10 E01Feb 19, 2008
CoalHouse Fort - Essex (1) Feb 19, 2008 The first location on the Most Haunted team's hit list is Coalhouse Fort, where medium Johnnie Fiori and Yvette will start the search for paranormal behaviour , the CoalHouse Fort is made-up of long dark tunnels.
S10 E02Feb 26, 2008
CoalHouse Fort - Essex (2) Feb 26, 2008 The team continue their investigation at a casemated fort in East Tilbury, Essex.
S10 E03Mar 4, 2008
Morecambe Winter Gardens (1) Mar 4, 2008 The team investigate ghostly activity at the Winter Gardens in Morcambe with guest medium Johnnie Fiori.
S10 E04Mar 11, 2008
Morecambe Winter Gardens (2) Mar 11, 2008 The team delve further into their ghostly investigation with a second night spent at Morcambe Winter Gardens.
S10 E05Mar 18, 2008
Oxford Castle Unlocked Mar 18, 2008 The team investigate Oxford Castle Unlocked, a tourist attraction based on the site of a former a prison complex. The prison has many claims to fame including it's appearance in The Italian Job and TV series Bad Girls. The castle itself dates back to 1071 so it is no surprise that throughout its illustrious existence its picked up a ghost story or two to attract the attention of Yvette and the Most Haunted Team.
S10 E06Mar 25, 2008
Plas Y Dduallt Mar 25, 2008 The team investigate reports of ghosts and poltergeist activity at an ancient building in Snowdonia, Wales.
S10 E07Apr 1, 2008
Chislehurst Caves (1) Apr 1, 2008 Underneath the south eastern suburbs of Greater London are 22 miles of man-made tunnels which were created for the mining of flint and chalk and date as far back as 1250. The mines, now known as the Chislehurst Caves, are a popular tourist attraction for many reasons including its use as an air-raid shelter for 15,000 people during the war and its more recent status as a popular music concert venue. The team, joined by guest medium Brian Shepherd, spend two nights investigating purported ghostly phenomena throughout this 'underground city'.
Season 11Prime Video | Rent or Buy
S11 E01Nov 4, 2008
Nunnington Hall Nov 4, 2008 The team travel to the village of Nunnington near York to investigate a seventeenth century hall with a distinguished history of owners and noted paranormal activity.
S11 E02Nov 11, 2008
Hall I’th Wood Nov 11, 2008 Yvette Fielding and the Most Haunted team are in Bolton investigating a building that boasts myriad tales of multiple haunting – including the ghost of Mary, assumed to be the wife of Samuel Crompton (inventor of the Spinning Mule & a former tenant). Visitors report sightings of a peculiar white mist, a grey lady, strange lights, the sound of footsteps and slamming of doors. Children are said to be particularly sensitive to the spirit of a woman named Betty, who apparently shouts at them to leave! With so much unexplained activity what would the Most Haunted investigation of The Hall I’ Th’ Wood bring to light?
S11 E03Nov 18, 2008
The Exeter Old Courts Nov 18, 2008 Yvette Fielding & the Most Haunted team are in Devon, investigating Exeter Old Courts with their long and bloody history - many would have been sentenced to death there over the years. It was also the location of the infamous Bideford witch trails which resulted in the last ever hanging for witchcraft in England. Given its fascinating history, which in turn has generated many stories of ghostly sightings, it is little wonder that Most Haunted have chosen to investigate.
S11 E04Nov 25, 2008
The Niddry Street Vaults Nov 25, 2008 Yvette Fielding & the Most Haunted team are in Edinburgh to investigate the Niddry Street Vaults where witches, poltergeists and an evil misogynist await. The Vaults damp & dirty walls hold a myriad of supposed sightings and supernatural occurrences which defy explanation. The Most Haunted team are no strangers to Niddry Street and the horrors it holds, having experienced it during their spectacular Edinburgh Halloween Live in 2006. Of course they couldn’t resist the challenge of investigating once more, even though it holds their nemesis the chilling circle of stones…
S11 E05Dec 2, 2008
Jedburgh Castle Dec 2, 2008 Yvette Fielding & the Most Haunted team are in Northumberland at Jedburgh Castle - built on the site of the town’s gallows and where its medieval castle once stood – the Jail was a classic example of an early Howard reform prison – built to give wrong doers the chance to relinquish their evil ways – however, with the dawn of the Industrial Revolution and the attendant increase in crime, the Jail was adapted to make punishment the order of the day – what attracted the attention of the Most haunted team were the many stories of strange sightings, odd happenings and the sound of phantom pipe music heard in the dead of night. With such a chronicle of paranormal activity how could they pass up the opportunity to investigate?
S11 E06Dec 9, 2008
S.S. Great Britain Dec 9, 2008 The Most Haunted team led by Yvette Fielding are in Bristol to investigate the S.S. Great Britain. Brunel’s great nautical triumph was launched in 1843 after four back breaking years of construction. It immediately broke all existing records, described as “the greatest experiment since the Creation”. She was both the largest & the strongest ship ever built. By the mid 1800’s she was regularly plying to and from Australia carrying thousands of migrants to a new life down under. It is said that many modern day Australians can trace their family line back to those that under took those voyages on this great ship. Conditions were hard and many lost their lives on the long journey. What fired the collective imagination of the team were the many stories of hauntings connected with the ship, from its original conception through its many voyages to its final return, and to be the first to carry out a paranormal investigation on its decks was an opportunity they could not turn down.
S11 E07Dec 16, 2008
Newton House Dec 16, 2008 Yvette Fielding & the Most Haunted team travel deep into the heart of darkest Wales to Newton House where stories of strangulation, suicide & deadly revenge await. The House, dates from the 1600’s and stands in magnificent parkland, overlooked by the ruins of the 9th century castle. The site dates back to Roman times and beyond. The land has been fought over since time immemorial and was in and out of the hands of the Rhys family for many centuries as each successive generation found and lost favour with various monarchs. As with most houses of this size and age it passed through many owners and various uses, finally falling into a terrible state of dilapidation – however, the National Trust stepped in and saved it. It now sits in the Trust’s top 5 most haunted places – no proper investigation has ever been conducted in the House and the team have been allowed unfettered access – with such a long and diverse history it was crying out for Most Haunted to visit
Season 12Prime Video | Rent or Buy
S12 E01Nov 11, 2008
The Stanley Hotel Nov 11, 2008 Yvette Fielding and the team visit the Stanley Hotel in Colorado, which inspired horror author Stephen King's novel The Shining and has a sinister reputation
S12 E02Nov 25, 2008
Waverly Hills Sanatorium Nov 25, 2008 The team travel to Kentucky to explore Waverly Hills Sanatorium, already popularised on television as being the one of the most haunted hospitals in Eastern USA
S12 E03Dec 9, 2008
West Virginia State Penitentiary Dec 9, 2008 Yvette Fielding and the team visit the West Virginia State Penitentiary, a site with a dark history and the subject of a number of sinister stories involving violent inmates
S12 E04Dec 23, 2008
Sleepy Hollow Dec 23, 2008 The team visit Sleepy Hollow, a village in the town of Mount Pleasant in New York, which is the setting of the famous Washington Irving ghost story, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, inspired by pre-revolutionary folklore of a headless horseman
S12 E05Jan 6, 2009
New London Ledge Light House Jan 6, 2009 Yvette Fielding and the team hunt for paranormal activity at the New London Ledge Light House in Connecticut
S12 E06Jan 27, 2009
Fort Delaware Jan 27, 2009 Yvette Fielding and the team hunt for ghosts at Fort Delaware, a former prison that housed thousands of inmates, and record a sample of possible Electronic Voice Phenomena
Season 13Prime Video | Rent or Buy
S13 E01Oct 13, 2009
Speke Hall Oct 13, 2009 Yvette and the paranormal team travel to Speke Hall in Liverpool to try and capture any paranormal activity happening there.
S13 E02Oct 20, 2009
Inveraray Jail Oct 20, 2009 Built in 1820 the site was home to both a jail and courthouse serving all of Argyll. Over 6000 men women and children were tried and held in the prison where convict’s shared just eight cells with vagrants and the insane. Now used as a museum, visitors have reported many ghostly incidents in the cells including whispering, clanking chains and dark figures cowering in the shadows. The Most Haunted team have one night to investigate these stories, but who will visit them during the late night vigils.
S13 E03Nov 3, 2009
Layer Marney Tower Nov 3, 2009 The team travel to Essex tonight and venture into the Tudor gatehouse in search of it's former residents.Construction was started by Henry 1st Lord Marney.When he died in 1523, however, his son John carried on his work making Layer Marney Tower one of the grandest buildings of it's time.
S13 E04Nov 10, 2009
Toxteth's Gaumont Cinema Nov 10, 2009 Yvette Fielding and a team of investigators visit Gaumont Cinema in Toxteth, Liverpool, where sightings of mysterious lights and ghostly figures have been reported.
S13 E05Nov 17, 2009
Inveraray Castle, Scotland Nov 17, 2009 Yvette Fielding and a team of investigators visit Inverary Castle in Scotland, which is allegedly host to musical echoes and ghostly figures.
S13 E06Nov 24, 2009
Kelvedon Nuclear Bunker Nov 24, 2009 Yvette Fielding and the team visit a nuclear bunker in Brentwood, Essex, to conduct a paranormal investigation.
Season 14Prime Video | Rent or Buy
S14 E01May 12, 2010
Berkeley Castle May 12, 2010 The current incarnation of the castle was built in 1153 AD, and used as a shell keep.It played a part in two historical events - housing West Country barons while they were on their way to fight King John in Runnymead, before the Magna Carta was signed, and, perhaps more well known, for the incarceration of Edward II, who was deposed by his Queen, Isabella, and her lover Roger Mortimer.The King was tortured, and died an agonising death.His screams, according to legend, can still be heard each year on the anniversary of his passing.
S14 E02May 19, 2010
Kiplin Hall May 19, 2010 Yvette Fielding and a team of investigators visit Kiplin Hall, a 17th-century building in North Yorkshire said to house the chopping block used in the beheading of Charles I
S14 E03May 26, 2010
Carlisle Castle May 26, 2010 Tonight the team head to the English/Scottish border and Carlisle Castle.Most famous for having Mary Queen of Scots imprisoned within it's walls in 1568, the castle switched hands between the English and Scottish many times over it's long history.Once used as a prison and barracks for the military, it still houses, to this day, the headquarters of a Royal Regiment. One of the many ghosts said to haunt the building is that of a woman found bricked up in a wall.Her skeleton was discovered on the second floor of the keep in the 1830's, and her presence is said to have caused one soldier to die of fright. What will the Most Haunted team uncover?
S14 E04Jun 2, 2010
Brinkburn Priory Jun 2, 2010 Yvette Fielding and a team of investigators search for paranormal activity at Brinkburn Priory in Northumberland, apparently host to the spirits of the monks who died there
S14 E05Jun 9, 2010
Verdley Woods Jun 9, 2010 Verdley Woods is known as being the highest hill in Sussex, standing at a mighty 919 feet. It is situated to the north east of the village of Fernhurst, and is said to be haunted by the last bear ever to be killed in England. Will the team encounter the ghostly animal?
S14 E06Jun 16, 2010
Maesmawr Hall Jun 16, 2010 Yvette Fielding and a team of investigators visit historical Tudor mansion Maesmawr Hall in Powys, a 17th-century hall where the spirit of a white horse has apparently been spotted in nearby fields
S14 E07Jun 30, 2010
Belsay Hall Jun 30, 2010 Building work on Belsay Hall, Northumberland, began exactly one hundred years ago, in 1810, taking 7 years to complete. It was the brainchild of Sir Charles Monck, and designed by architect John Dobson. Today it is just an empty shell, and the only work that is done to it is purely structural, but downstairs the remains of the Greek style pillars can still be seen. With it's servants quarters and nursery in the attic, all said to be haunted, will the team come across the resident spirits?
Season 15Netflix | Prime Video | Rent or Buy
S15 E01Aug 21, 2014
The Royal Court Theatre Aug 21, 2014 The world famous ghost hunting team return for a new series and start in a small theatre with a big problem...ghosts. Once an iron foundry this theatre has stood since 1893 and is said to house so much activity that the theatre’s director asked Most Haunted for help. In a night of sheer fright with poltergeist activity, ghostly footsteps abound and scare after scare, will the team make it through the night?
S15 E02Aug 28, 2014
Newton House (Part 1) (with Bullet for My Valentine) Aug 28, 2014 The first of a two-part investigation with celebrity guests, world famous band ‘Bullet for My Valentine’. An old house said to be built on cursed land and filled with evil meet the team in this spine-chilling episode. The band have their beliefs changed as they experience the full force of a house that just doesn’t seem to want them there. One of the team succumbs to the horror of the house, a poltergeist takes a dislike to some and a wheelchair gives some of most compelling evidence yet.
S15 E03Sep 4, 2014
Newton House (Part 2) (with Bullet for My Valentine) Sep 4, 2014 Part 2 of this spine-chilling investigation. Nursing their wounds from the last episode the team and their celebrity guests ‘Bullet For My Valentine’ carry on. They investigate deeper into the abyss of the paranormal but none of them are quite prepared for what happens.
S15 E04Sep 11, 2014
The Galleries of Justice Sep 11, 2014 The legendary ghost hunters continue in Nottingham and a place where people could be jailed, sentenced and executed without even leaving the building, no wonder it is said to be one of the most haunted places in Great Britain. The team are tested as a mysterious poltergeist takes a dislike to Karl and Stuart, while Yvette is faced with being followed by a foul smelling spirit and experiences her most compelling evidence yet.
S15 E05Sep 18, 2014
Delapré Abbey (with the England Rugby Team) Sep 18, 2014 The team are joined by five members of the English rugby team as they investigate an all but forgotten piece of British history. With spooks galore and spirits abound the whole investigation takes a new turn when one of the Rugby team is given some information on a ouija board that he will never forget and a poltergiest takes a dislike to the rest of team.
S15 E06Sep 25, 2014
The National Emergency Services Museum Sep 25, 2014 A terrifying place full of history and paranormal activity. The team are tested as the try to find the spirits that refuse to leave this famous location. For one crew member the experience proves too much, while the others are tested to the extreme.
S15 E07Oct 2, 2014
Ye Olde Kings Head Oct 2, 2014 The Great British pub may be on the decline but in some paranormal activity seems to be on the rise and the Ye Olde Kings Head is one of the most haunted. Plagued with a variety of different strange happenings the owners are at their wits end and call in the Most Haunted team. With poltergeist activity abound the Olde Kings Head is a worthy opponent.
S16 E01Jun 4, 2015
The Tivoli Venue Jun 4, 2015 The team take their ghost-hunting gall to the Tivoli Venue in Wales. Will the spectre of a film projectionist spook them?
S16 E02Jun 11, 2015
Tatton Old Hall Jun 11, 2015 The team return to 15th century Tatton Old Hall in Cheshire to tackle growling ghouls, dangerous demons and mysterious messages.
S16 E03Jun 18, 2015
Annison Funeral Parlour Jun 18, 2015 Yvette and the team take a look around a freaky funeral parlour where whistling, knocking and ghostly footsteps are common place.
S16 E04Jun 25, 2015
Fort Paull (Part 1) Jun 25, 2015 The team head to Fort Paull in Kingston-Upon-Hull where they face terror in a train carriage and Yvette gets the shakes!
S16 E05Jul 2, 2015
Fort Paull (Part 2) Jul 2, 2015 There's more creeping around Fort Paull as the team face some menacing mannequins. But what awaits them in the tunnels?
S16 E06Jul 9, 2015
Wentworth Woodhouse (Part 1) Jul 9, 2015 There's spine-chilling singing and a headless spook awaiting the team at Wentworth Woodhouse!
S16 E07Jul 16, 2015
Wentworth Woodhouse (Part 2) Jul 16, 2015 There's subterranean spookiness as the team take to the tunnels for more ghost-hunting at Wentworth Woodhouse.
S17 E01Oct 18, 2015
30 East Drive (Part 1) Oct 18, 2015 A supremely savage spook is said to reside at 30 East Drive in Yorkshire. Will the team receive a wicked welcome?
S17 E02Oct 25, 2015
30 East Drive (Part 2) Oct 25, 2015 Things get physical as the team continue to investigate Yorkshire's 30 East Drive, home to The Black Monk of Pontefract.
S17 E03Nov 1, 2015
Thackray Museum Nov 1, 2015 The team might need a little TLC after their visit to a Leeds medical museum, where a spirit doctor is doing his rounds.
S17 E04Nov 8, 2015
Armley Mills Nov 8, 2015 The team sift for spooky secrets at the Armely Mills museum in Leeds, where spirits of its industrial past are said to linger.
S17 E05Nov 15, 2015
Carr House Nov 15, 2015 Will a resident grey lady drain the colour from the team's faces at Carr House? Will a headless jester play a nasty trick?
S17 E06Nov 22, 2015
Hill House (Part 1) Nov 22, 2015 The dark corridors of Cheshire's Hill house reveal a spirit who is desperate to make contact with the terrified team.
S17 E07Nov 29, 2015
Hill House (Part 2) Nov 29, 2015 Things take a chilling turn at Hill House as one of the team become trapped, while another is knocked off their feet!
S18 E01Jun 30, 2016
Lyceum Theatre Jun 30, 2016 Yvette Fielding and her team of paranormal experts head to the Lyceum Theatre in Crewe, Cheshire, which is known for its paranormal activity. They take the fight right to phantoms that lurk in the theatre's darkness with some truly frightening consequences.
S18 E02Jul 7, 2016
Whittington Castle Jul 7, 2016 The team encouter the ghost of a drowned soldier at the once magnificent Whittington Castle in Shropshire.
S18 E03Jul 14, 2016
Halsham House Jul 14, 2016 A poltergeist awaits the team at Halsham House, and there's a creepy discovery in the attic
S18 E04Jul 21, 2016
Mansion House Jul 21, 2016 Strange goings-on have been reported by staff and guests at the Mansion House care home.
S18 E05Jul 28, 2016
Walton Hall Jul 28, 2016 The team are at Walton Hall in Cheshire where they encounter a disembodied voice, and Yvette gets spooked in the cellar.
S18 E06Aug 4, 2016
Oak House Aug 4, 2016 Oak House is thought to be one of the most haunted places in West Bromwich. One experience changes the belief of sceptic Glen.
S18 E07Aug 11, 2016
Middleton Hall Aug 11, 2016 Grade II listed Middleton Hall has a history of paranormal activity. Yvette sees something that shocks her to the core.
S19 E01Apr 14, 2017
Abbey House Museum Apr 14, 2017 Spook-searching with Yvette and co! The newest member of the team, Watson the bulldog, joins in the investigations at Abbey House Museum in Leeds.
S19 E02Apr 21, 2017
Wentworth Woodhouse Stables Apr 21, 2017 Yvette and the team search for more things that go bump in the night! The team may just have filmed some of their best evidence ever at Wentworth Woodhouse Stables in Yorkshire.
S19 E03Apr 28, 2017
The Slaughter House Apr 28, 2017 Ghostly goings-on with Yvette Fielding. The team get more than they bargained for when they pay a visit to the Liverpool's oldest pub, The Slaughterhouse.
S19 E04May 5, 2017
Todmorden Unitarian Church May 5, 2017 More creepy capers with Yvette and the fearless Most Haunted team. The team find they are not alone when they go into the cellar of Todmoreden Church in West Yorkshire.
S19 E05May 12, 2017
Weir Mill May 12, 2017 Spine-tingling snooping with Yvette Fielding. An evening at the abandoned Weir Mill in Stockport proves too much for one team member who makes an early exit.
S19 E06May 19, 2017
Ripon Union Workhouse May 19, 2017 Hunting the haunted with Yvette Fielding! The Ripon Workhouse in Yorkshire is said to be teeming with undead souls, one of which seems to be following the team around...
S19 E07May 26, 2017
Old Prison May 26, 2017 Spook searching with Yvette and co. The team attempt to stay the night at the old prison in Ripon where they have some lingering former inmates for company.
S20 E01Oct 27, 2017
Rowley's House Oct 27, 2017 Spook-searching with Yvette and co! The team heads to the centre of Shrewsbury where a house is said to be full of the long dead just wanting to make themselves known.
S20 E02Oct 28, 2017
The Fleece Inn Oct 28, 2017 Spook-searching with Yvette and co! In West Yorkshire, the team encounters violent poltergeist activity at The Fleece Inn pub, said to be one of the most haunted places in England.
S20 E03Oct 29, 2017
Haden Hill House (Part 1) Oct 29, 2017 Spook-searching with Yvette and co! The team experiences a fraught night at an old house in the West Midlands as Yvette comes under attack by something that wants her attention.
S20 E04Oct 30, 2017
Haden Hill House (Part 2) Oct 30, 2017 Spook-searching with Yvette and co! The strange occurrences at Hayden Hill House switch up a gear as whatever is there seems to be stalking the team with some terrifying results.
S20 E05Oct 31, 2017
Croxteth Hall (Part 1) ('As' Live Special) Oct 31, 2017 Spook-searching with Yvette and co! In a non-stop, two-hour heart-pounding investigation at Liverpool's Croxteth Hall, the team is pushed to the limit.
S20 E06Nov 1, 2017
Croxteth Hall (Part 2) Nov 1, 2017 Spook-searching with Yvette and co! Still at Croxteth Hall, the team seems to be stalked by something strange. Only time will tell what awaits them in the upper corridors.
S20 E07Nov 3, 2017
The Old House Nov 3, 2017 Spook-searching with Yvette and co! The team visits a house in Coalville that is surrounded by mystery. There they seem to disturb the rest of some of its long-term residents.
S21 E01Jan 19, 2018
Birmingham Central Lockup Jan 19, 2018 Spook-searching with Yvette and co! A wailing woman seems to want to make contact with the team at a disused prison in Birmingham which has housed some notorious criminals.
S21 E02Jan 26, 2018
The Union Workhouse (Part 1) Jan 26, 2018 Spook-searching with Yvette and co!. Yvette and the team are pushed to the limits on a memorable visit to Llanfyllin workhouse to discover why anyone would stay after they had died.
S21 E03Feb 2, 2018
The Union Workhouse (Part 2) Feb 2, 2018 Spook-searching with Yvette and co! Whatever was making itself known to the team at Llanfyllin workhouse is still evident as something seems to be following Yvette from the shadows.
S21 E04Feb 9, 2018
Beaumanor Hall (Part 1) Feb 9, 2018 Spook-searching with Yvette and co! Yvette is pushed to the limits in a haunted disused attic at stately home Beaumanor Hall, and Karl is followed by a very heavily booted phantom.
S21 E05Feb 16, 2018
Beaumanor Hall (Part 2) Feb 16, 2018 Spook-searching with Yvette and co! Still in Beaumanor Hall, Yvette and her team venture into the abyss of the cellars where the darkness suddenly seems to come to life.
S21 E06Feb 23, 2018
Dudley Castle Feb 23, 2018 Spook-searching with Yvette and co! The ruins of Dudley Castle house a plethora of paranormal activity. Strange noises and a violent poltergeist await Yvette and her team.
S21 E07Mar 2, 2018
Codnor Castle Cottage (Part 1) Mar 2, 2018 Spook-searching with Yvette and co! The team visits Codnor Castle which has a dark history of cursed dolls, murder and suicide. Strange occurrences scare them to breaking point.