Join us on a journey of spooky excitement, adventure and discovery. Haunted Liverpool Ghost Walks take you to the hidden quarters of Liverpool where you will meet the characters from Tom Slemen’s Ghost Stories. Hear bloodcurdling tales retold by a costumed actor/s on the very spot where they happened. Some stories take place inside St James’s Gothic Grave Yard where many a restless spirit roams the night. Will you brave the cemetery on a dark night and take part in a Ghost Hunt with EMF meters?
Haunted Liverpool Events offer a different kind of entertainment from Psychic Nights, Ghostly Fireside Tales and Murder Mystery Dinner Theatres. These events are completely unique and have been specially created for Haunted Liverpool.
Haunted Liverpool Ghost Walks are the only Liverpool Ghost Tour which is run purely for charitable purposes. “Save an animal’s life - Go on a Haunted Liverpool Ghost Walk” - www.freshfieldsrescue.org.uk.
Haunted Liverpool Ghost Walks are a firm favourite with everyone from Liverpool to New Zealand and we are pleased to welcome and ‘scare’ visitors from all over the world.
All profits from Haunted Liverpool Ghost Walks go to Freshfields Animal Rescue, a registered charity. For the past 30 years Freshfields has been dedicated to saving the lives of unwanted, homeless and abused animals across the North West and North Wales. The rescue relies entirely on donations.
Haunted Liverpool are the only tours fully endorsed by Tom Slemen. Haunted Liverpool Ghost Walks would like to thank Tom Slemen for permission to use his work to save animals’ lives. Find out more about Tom here or find out more about his books at www.bluecoatpress.co.uk.
Freshfields Animal Rescue is registered charity no. 508579.
Up and coming events are listed below for your convenience. Please follow the links for further details and booking. Our ever popular Haunted Liverpool ghost tours also run every Thursday, Friday & Saturday, to learn more simply click here.
"Thanks again for a wonderful evening last week - well worth coming from St Albans for! Despite the lack of ghosts I've enclosed some of our photos which may be of interest - the one of the grave was where we saw a light but in the absence of any response from the "ghost detector" we think it might be a reflection from a street light! Having said that I did feel a cold sensation on my leg whilst standing by the Husskison memorial but then it was a cold night! Whatever we really enjoyed ourselves and hope to come on another walk next time we're in the North West and I will certainly recommend you. Fred did mention an interesting photo you had of a skeleton on horseback which I'd be really interested to see if at all possible. I've now collected Vol 14 of Tom Slemen's books so will be settling down for some good reading!
Many thanks and with all best wishes."
Visitors from St Albans enjoy the Ghost Walk