The BEST Episodes of Most Haunted
Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!
Last Updated: Sep 9, 2020
Could you lock yourself in a haunted location for 24 hours? Well that's just what the Most Haunted team do. Presented by Yvette Fielding, the crew investigate some of the scariest places in Europe, attempting different methods and experiments to try and communicate with the dead, and prove the existence of life after death. Most Haunted is LIVINGtv's hit paranormal TV show. The results are outstanding. Skeptics are becoming believers!
#1 - Brougham Hall
Season 9 - Episode 4 - Aired Jan 23, 2007
The Most Haunted team visit Brougham Hall in Cumbria and Yvette has a ghostly family reunion.
#2 - Dartford Library
Season 9 - Episode 6 - Aired 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.
#3 - Stockport Workhouse
Season 9 - Episode 7 - Aired 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.
#4 - Sutton House
Season 9 - Episode 10 - Aired Mar 6, 2007
The team investigate the oldest surviving Tudor manor house in Hackney. This Grade II listed building has been home to merchants, sea captains, silk-weavers, Victorian schoolmistresses and Edwardian clergy. The Most Haunted team have 24 hours to find out if any of these eclectic former occupents are related to its proported paranormal activity.
#5 - Tatton Mansion
Season 9 - Episode 11 - Aired Mar 13, 2007
Returning for the second time this series to Tatton Park in Knutsford, Cheshire, the team investigate the Mansion, former home to the Egerton family and their servants. Preserved as a museum complete with original furniture and decor, the Most Haunted team attempt to find out if anything else has 'survived' its lengthy history.
#6 - Gladstone Pottery Museum
Season 8 - Episode 3 - Aired 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.
#7 - Margam Castle
Season 8 - Episode 4 - Aired 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.
#8 - Plas Mawr
Season 8 - Episode 7 - Aired Aug 8, 2006
The Most Haunted team visit Plas Mawr located in Conwy, North Wales. The building has been standing for over 400 years, one of Britains best surviving Elizabethan town houses. It was built around 1585 for its original owner Robert Wynn. Both Robert's two marriages both called Dorothy both had premature deaths. Illness killed the first, but a tragic fall killed the second who was pregnant. Dorthy slipped by accident down the stairs with her child while she was pregnant with another, the doctor came and said she would die, when Robert returned home he found his wife and child both dead in the bed and the doctor had dissapeared never to be seen again. The doctor is rumoured to have suffocated in the chimney whilst trying to escape from her husband because he could not save Dorothy. Are Robert Wynn's second wife and the doctor who tried but failed to save her still trapped in the bedroom? In the bedroom a ghostly face is seen in the doorway, also the master of the house is said to walk here, he greets people with a ghostly 'hello'. Also two lady's have been seen on the second floor, one of them distressed, could this be both the wife's of Robert who had premature deaths? Alot of poltergeist activity is seen in Plas Mawr, also footsteps are heard and smells of tobacco is smelt by visitors. Touchings by unseen hands are felt, security doors swing open and a ghostly black cat has been seen running across the floor. Parapsychologist Ciaran O'Keefe returns, and Ian Lawman is the guest Psychic.
#9 - Ancient High House
Season 8 - Episode 10 - Aired Aug 29, 2006
The Most Haunted Team visit the Ancient High House located in Stafford. The building has been around for about 1595, there was several shops and a girls school that once occupied the building. A little girl has been seen in the victorian room but when she is approached she just disappears, a little old lady is also seen in the room rocking on the rocking chair. A figure of a man has been seen walking the stairs on a regulary basis, the man is someone who worked here but died years earlier. A group of American tourists was shown around the derelict house in the 1960's with a friendly man who was standing outside at the time they saw him, the man had a bowler hat on and an apron, when they went back the next day to take pictures the building was locked up and derelict, to their shock somebody showed them a picture of the man called William Marson who was born there in 1840 and died there. Also people feel touched and pushed in the corridor that used to lead to the Swan hotel, the ghost of a lady has been seen floating above the floor and disappear through the wall that terrifies onlookers. A writing desk locks and unlocks itself on its own as well. Ian Shillito is the Guest Psychic.
#10 - Chambercombe Manor
Season 8 - Episode 14 - Aired Sep 26, 2006
Most Haunted visit Chambercombe Manor located in Devon. The earliest records show a Lord of the manor as early as 1162, and as well as its priest holes a chapel was added in 1439. Then in the 1650's the Oatway familys short but significant stay began, a succession of familys was lucky enough to call this their home. Recently its role change to a working farm, in 1979 the Chambercombe Manor trust took ownership allowing visitors to visit this site from then onwards in the summer months. The spirit of a women called Elizabeth has been seen walking on the 400 hundred year old floor, the spirit of a man has also been felt near the fireplace, also an old women dressed in black has been seen sitting on the windowsill. Legend has it that William Oatway was running out of money, his daughter had left and married an irish sea captain, they had not seen her for years and they wrecked a shipwreck which had alot of dead bodies, they saw a women lieing on the sand, she had been bashed against the rocks, her face was badly disfigured, William robbed her then brought her back to the house when he realised that she was still alive unconscious, he lied her in the bed and she died 5 days later, William wondered how he could dispose of the body and he went to the pub and was talking to some people who had a list of all the people that had died from the shipwreck, there was only one women on the entire list and they gave him the name and it was his daughter Kate Oatway, they did not know what to do with the body so the bricked up the room with the body still in the bed, in the 1880's a farmer broke through a spare windowsill wall to discover the body of Kates skeleton in the four postered bed. In the four postered bedroom a child has been seen inside the cot as it swings from side to side, and a ghost of a women in grey has been seen standing over the cot. In another room a 6 year old girl who died has been seen playing with a friend, and two male figures have been seen in the same roo
#11 - CoalHouse Fort - Essex (1)
Season 10 - Episode 1 - Aired 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.
#12 - Hall I’th Wood
Season 11 - Episode 3 - Aired Nov 18, 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?
#13 - The Niddry Street Vaults
Season 11 - Episode 7 - Aired Dec 16, 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…
#14 - Sleepy Hollow
Season 11 - Episode 8 - Aired 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.
#15 - Fort Delaware
Season 12 - Episode 6 - Aired 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
#16 - Morecambe Winter Gardens (1)
Season 10 - Episode 3 - Aired Mar 4, 2008
The team investigate ghostly activity at the Winter Gardens in Morcambe with guest medium Johnnie Fiori.
#17 - Caesar's Night Club
Season 2 - Episode 10 - Aired Jun 10, 2003
Part two of the Ruth Ellis investigation takes the Most Haunted team to Fred Batt's South London nightclub. The largest club in London, Caesars was closed for many years. When current owner Fred Batt re-opened the club eight years ago strange things started to occur. Staff report unidentified footsteps along corridors, dark shapes seen moving across rooms, doors opening on their own, and a ghostly woman's figure who is believed to be 1950s socialite Ruth Ellis. Ellis used to work at Caesars nightclub. Spiritualist medium Derek Acorah picks up on the name Ruth, and the names of some of the club's former celebrity clients such as Reggie Kray.
#18 - Wellington Hotel
Season 4 - Episode 8 - Aired May 11, 2004
Description: - Genuine C-listed 16th Century coaching inn. Originally called Bos Castle Hotel but it was renamed the Scotts Wellington in 1852, after the late Duke of Wellington. Era: - Parts of the hotel date back 300 years. It was extended in 1860. Bloody history: - A number of prominent people have stayed at the hotel, including Edward VII, novelist Thomas Hardy and Sir Henry Irving, the first actor to be knighted. However, the hotel's history has been a fairly quiet one. Ghost ratings: - A frock-coated figure with a ruffled shirt, ponytail and leather gaiters (much like a coachman or stableman) has been seen moving across the landing - The apparition of a young girl, seen outside rooms 15, 16 and 17 on the landings, has been spotted on several occasions passing through windows and doors. - A little old lady has been reported passing through the closed door of room 9. Spooky experiences: - A ghostwriter, staying at the hotel, reported his small dog pursuing some sor
#19 - Greengate Brewery
Season 4 - Episode 11 - Aired Jun 1, 2004
Description: The Brewery, Middleton Era: Cottages turned brewery, it is thought that the original brewery buildings date back to the 17th century, but the Deeds don't shed any further light. They do, however, relate to a ""Greengate House"" being on the site in 1791. The buildings were bought from William Hilton, on the death of his father Thomas Hilton, who was a weaver. A manufacturer named John Lee bought the row of cottages in 1828 to set himself up as a brewer. About 175 years on, JW Lees & Co. is still going strong! Bloody history: - A number of workmen who died during the sinking of the brewery well in the 19th Century. - In the 1930's, brewery supervisor went missing for days, he was eventually found curled up dead at the bottom of the well. This is separate from the death of the workmen who were building it. Ghost ratings: - A lady has been spotted sitting at the JW Lees Boardroom table, facing away from the table. - A woman in a long, brown dress has been glimpse
#20 - Boys Hall
Season 9 - Episode 2 - Aired 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.
#21 - Alton Towers
Season 9 - Episode 5 - Aired Jan 30, 2007
The Most Haunted team investigate ghostly activity at one of the UKs most popular theme parks.
#22 - Leith Hall
Season 3 - Episode 4 - Aired 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
#23 - The Ancient Ram Inn
Season 5 - Episode 14 - Aired Jan 29, 2005
Join the crew at The Ancient Ram Inn as they embark on one of the scariest visits ever!
#24 - Dalston Hall
Season 6 - Episode 2 - Aired 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.
#25 - Levens Hall
Season 1 - Episode 13 - Aired Aug 20, 2002
Levens Hall is on the edge of the Lake District and dates back to 1350 when it was built by the De Redman family. When Karl and Rick walk around the house lots of strange noises are heard outside and Karl is mysteriously prodded. The mystery surrounding the cold blast on Yvette's hand supports the theory of paranormal existence, when a digital photograph shows an orb near her hand. Finally the team perform a sÃ©ance where significant orb activity strongly suggests the presence of paranormal forces at work.