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!
Presenter Yvette Fielding and the team visit Smithills Hall in Bolton, where they encounter tales of religious persecution and a host of paranormal activity.
Yvette Fielding and a team of investigators visit Peterborough museum in Cambridgeshire and search for ghostly goings-on in the rooms of the building.
Yvette Fielding and her team investigate the rural retreat of Hellens Manor in Herefordshire and expose the secrets of a shocking family tale.
Yvette Fielding and the team visit Tretower Court in Powys, Wales, a manor house transformed by a wealthy man into a castle and court who was later executed. The team tries to discover whether his death is the cause of the apparitions regularly seen by visitors to the house
Yvette Fielding and a team of investigators search for paranormal activity at the American Legion in Hollywood, formerly a favourite venue for movie stars and military personnel. Psychic Derek Acorah attempts to get in touch with an old custodian who died in the building
Yvette Fielding and a team of investigators visit Drum Barracks in California, a former army garrison that is now a Civil War museum, to investigate reports of ghostly goings-on.
Perched on the southern most tip of New Jersey the southern mansion dates back from 1863. Originally a seaside palace which was the summer estate used by rich industrialist George Allen and his family for 83 years. Now although a high class, glorious Bed and Breakfast, the southern mansion still has a few residents from its past hanging around to surprise some unsuspecting guests.
London is the destination for Yvette Fielding and the Most Haunted team where fear, dread and eerie dopple-gangers await in the most famous tourist attraction in the world. The attraction has a long and diverse history beginning life in France in the 1700’s – Marie Tussaud, nee Grosholtz, learnt her wax modelling arts from Dr Philippe Curtius, a physician and skilled wax modeller, for whom her mother was housekeeper. On his death, he left his waxwork collection to Marie. By 1835 she was established in London. “The Chamber of Horrors” became one of the first and most popular attractions. Despite success, Madame Tussaud, gained a reputation for being unsmiling and penny-inching. She died in 1850, but her legacy lived on via her sons. The business continued to prosper and by 1884, her grandsons had moved the exhibit to its current location on Marylebone Road. The stories of paranormal occurrences that cling to the attraction and its many exhibits were reason enough for Most Haunted to come and investigate
The Conference House, or Billop house as it is sometimes known, is a colonial mansion on Staten Island, New York. It is historically significant because a peace conference was held here in an attempt to stop the Revolutionary War. The investigation team held a large group séance in the kitchen basement of the house and the results were amazing.
Yvette Fielding and the team visit a Scottish castle with a history dating back to the 12th century, where sightings of long-dead prisoners and a ghostly princess have been reported.
Yvette Fielding and the team visit a nuclear bunker in Brentwood, Essex, to conduct a paranormal investigation.
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.
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
Yvette Fielding, Derek Acorah and the team visit the Leonis Adobe in California, an old ranch house believed to be one of the most haunted sites in LA.
This ancient and crumbling castle invokes the troubled maritime and smuggling history of Cornwall. It is said to be built on the site of a Tudor Manor around 1500. The grounds include a large wooded area with ruins that play host to ghost sightings of sailors and monks. This is an atmospheric location that spooks even the hard-bitten, worldy-wise Most Haunted crew. The castle is at the centre of many myths and legends, one of which is that Henry Pengersick was violent man and that back in the 12th Century he killed a monk and wounded a vicar. The present owners believe that if there are ghosts at Pengersick Castle they could be of Henry Pengersick, later known as Henry Le Fort and his wife Engrina. Another legend is that of an evil man who left his wife while fighting in foreign lands. While on his travels he courted another woman who gave him a magic sword. He returned to his castle to have his wife and young child drowned and to marry yet another woman, this one an evil witch. His ot
The team visit Hever Castle in Kent, which, in the 1500s, was home of Anne Boleyn and her family.
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
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.
Yvette Fielding and spirit medium Derek Acorah conduct more chilling paranormal investigations. The team revisits Tynedale Farm, a sight which holds some terrifying memories.
Yvette Fielding and a team visit Tissington Hall, Derbyshire, where their investigation reveals an ancient tragedy that still haunts the halls of this family home.
The team head to the New London Ledge Light House in the company of an old resident of this unusual location.
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
The team investigate reports of ghosts and poltergeist activity at an ancient building in Snowdonia, Wales.
Barrie John joins the team as they travel to Carmarthenshire in Wales to investigate the spooky Pembrey Woods, which are renown for tales of phantoms. Many ships have been attacked and burnt here, their cargo stolen and their men slaughtered. These "men of the night" would carry lanterns to lure boats to the rocky shore where they would then be attacked. Among the cargo were exotic animal such as dancing bears which would then be lose in the forest. There are also tales of a mysterious ship with tattered sails and an eerie green glow, along with the regular sightings of apparitions walking on water.
Yvette Fielding and the team visit Cromer Pier in Norfolk, where reports of ghostly activity include men in medieval rags and restless boatmen roaming the shore line.