Ghost Walk Bosworth Battlefield
21 October @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm£17.50
Join us on our amazing Ghost Walk at Bosworth Battlefield!
You cannot get a better ghost walk than this.
This place is hugely significant in British History for being the site of the famous battle between King Richard III and Henry Tudor which took place on 22nd August 1485.
Whose spirits will you encounter around the battlefield site?
Wander across Ambion Hill with your K2 meters and dowsing rods and see what activity you can encourage. With many ghost stories about ghostly figures and the sound of galloping horses, come along and embrace the atmosphere here.
Walk down to the beautiful Shenton Station, which is the end line of the Battlefield Line Railway. Although the station building is not originally from the area, there is certainly a strange atmosphere after the sun has set.
We stop here for a vigil for a little while so be prepared… there are undoubtedly some energies around… who are they?
Who will you discover down at Shenton Station?
And finally, into Ambion Woods, which would once have seen Navvies from the Victorian Era.
Do any of them still walk through the trees in this eerie woodland? What stories do they have to tell you and what was life like from them??
With so much history, as you can imagine, Bosworth and Shenton has so many ghost stories and so many reported sightings of spirit energies so come and see for yourself!
So who not join the Haunted Heritage team on a ghost walk around Bosworth Battlefield, taking in the historical significance and tales of ghostly encounters!
Guests must be 16 years of age to attend. Please ensure that you wear suitable clothing and footwear as this location can be very cold and uneven under foot.
Why not try our other Ghost Walks or have a look at our Heritage Site Ghost Hunts in the area?
More than just a battlefield
This remote venue witnessed one of the most important battles in English history in 1485 with the demise of Richard III and Henry Tudor taking the crown of England.
However this venue has more history than you would expect, theories are that it was once a high profile roman site and there are also strong links with the Victorian engineering that took place nearby with the building of the canals and railway.
If you believe in the stone tape theory or residual energy, this place has held on to a lot.
Ghost Walk Bosworth Battlefield - past events
We have caught some amazing pictures on these walks that cannot be explained away.
The use of ghost detection equipment has demonstrated on a regular basis that this area is extremely active which is also substantiated by the number of reported sightings and ghostly phenomena over the years.
Whist using our LASU device, which picks up sound frequencies between 20 – 200HZ guests and heard the sound of battle trumpets.
Light anomalies seen with the naked eye and physical sensations of being pushed and grabbed are common experiences on this walk and the feeling of being followed and watched is difficult to shake off.