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The beginnings of Somerset’s paranormal trail

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We’ve picked some of the most haunted premises including the UK’s most haunted Prison in Shepton Mallet and hotels that have had more sightings and strange occurrences than most,  dating back in many cases over 500  years with a really rich and diverse history, their walls and current owners will tell many a tale of strange goings on.

Good luck with your explorations in conjunction with Haunted Houses who will help you coordinate this truly ground breaking and inspirational ghost hunting trail – you will not be disappointed as long as you believe!

You can experience the whole trail or pick and choose with to work with your own budget. Haunted Houses our tour operator partner will be coordinating bookings and we are really proud to be working with them!

To find out more about the Paranormal Activity from those who manage and own these businesses.
Watch the video interview here – where the owner Rusette Auton talks about the strange goings on at Bath Theatrical Hire.  Charlie Lawson the GM at Shepton Mallet prison also gives you inside knowledge on paranormal activity at the prison here.
There are also video interviews with the GM at the Rock Inn Waterrow, West Somerset here and others videos from the GM at Wookey Hole Caves and Attractions here and finally the Old Vicarage Hotel in Somerset here.

More here from our friends at Visit Somerset

 

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