Ghost Hunt at Carew Castle Wales

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Ghost Hunt at Carew Castle - Ghost Hunt at Carew Castle
Ghost Hunt at Carew Castle
Ghost Hunt at Carew Castle
Ghost Hunt at Carew Castle
Ghost Hunt at Carew Castle


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Tour operator:
Haunted Discoveries
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How long? 5 hours

Where? Wales

When? 9pm until 2am.

Join Haunted Discoveries UK as we carry out a ghost hunt and investigate Carew Castle Wales.

What to expect:

The experience of the team will help make you comfortable and ready for the night ahead

Each member has their own knowledge and expertise in areas.

On the night you can take part in (however not forced, spectators more than welcome) seances, vigils (at times alone if you dare), Ouija Boards, table tipping, dowsing, and divination techniques.

We use different sorts of scientific equipment, eg:

  • K2’ Meters – EMF Readers,
  • Rem Pods, Emf, Motion and Temperature Receivers
  • Temperature Lasers
  • ITC – Computerised software
  • Kinnect Sensor (Skeleton Visual)
  • Along with many other forms

Event layout is normally:

  • You are split into teams 2 – 3 in general
  • Short opening and briefing
  • Each session is around 45 minutes to 1 hour or so long before moving to the next area
  • Breaks through the night to warm up and hydrate
  • Tea/Coffee generally available on all event where there is power

We can not guarantee any activity but we will never fake to make it happen. What happens is real.

Reported Activity: Carew Castle is said to be home to many ghosts, also people have noticed sudden smells and strange noises.

What's included?
  • Ghost hunt


One castle on this site was built by Gerald de Windsor who was constable of the castle on behalf of Henry I and was probably of earth and wood construction; this was not the first though as excavations have shown that there were signs of earlier settlements due to artefacts retrieved. It was replaced by the stone castle we see today by Sir Nicholas Carew, a high ranking officer and soldier who was particularly responsible for the east and west range.

The castle was extended by Sir Rhys Thomas, a soldier who was later knighted and made Governor of Wales. He brought the castle in 1480. Sir John Perrot was then granted governorship of the castle at the beginning of Queen Elizabeth’s rein; he was responsible for the north range which changed the medieval fortress into an Elizabethan manor. He did not see the completion though as he died of natural causes while imprisoned in The Tower of London for treason in 1592.

Sir George Carew owned the castle during the Civil War, yet it was garrisoned by both royalist and parliamentarian forces during this time. It was occupied by different tenants until 1686 when it was abandoned. In 1983 the National Park Authority leased the castle and surrounding area with the aim to conserve and restore the building and settings for public use.


9pm until 2am.

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