Dusk Till Dawn Ghost Fest 2018 at Dudley Castle
Dudley Castle found in the heart of the in the West Midlands is very well known for its hauntings and ghostly inhabitants which are said to dwell within the very walls of this imposing Castle.
There are a plethora of resident ghosts haunting the castle the scariest being the ominous black monk who has been seen in various parts of the castle by visitors and staff alike on numerous occasions.
Another ghost said to haunt the castle is the grey lady who is known to wander aimlessly throughout the castle and its grounds.
On Saturday 6th October 2018 Dusk Till Dawn Events invite you to come along for the night to enjoy the Dusk Till Dawn Events Dudley Castle Ghost Festival 2018
You will have FREE entry to peruse a Psychic fayre and also spend the night enjoying some spooky ghost tours inside Dudley Castle itself!
There will also be many stalls selling a variety of spiritual things from jewellery, books and incense - to tarot cards and crystals. There will also be some of the country’s best psychics and mediums on hand should you require a reading (including psychic artists, tarot readers, mediums, numerology readings, angel readings, witches and much much more).
There will be FREE demonstrations and workshops throughout the evening.
The Dudley Castle Ghostly Fest includes:
Full access to Dudleys Castles most haunted areas
FREE Workshops & Demonstrations
Ghost hunting experiments, vigils and séances with our professional Hosts
FREE access to the Psychic Fayre (please note there will be an extra cost for any private readings).
A night of ghostly scares at this incredible location awaits you - just £25! per person
Please note: Although a bar area is situated inside Dudley Castle this is a strict non alcoholic event – only hot and cold (non alcoholic) beverages may be purchased throughout the event.
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