___________________________________________________________ Ghost Hunting Events in Cambridgeshire & Peterborough. 


Welcome to Fright Nights

Fright Nights a family company since 1999, was the first of its type to offer overnight Ghost Hunt experiences to the public in the UK, and retains its reputation for haunted and unusual locations as well as an excellent night of ghost hunting! This Halloween sees Fright Nights celebrating its twentieth year of providing the best ghost hunting experiences to the general public. Taking hundreds ghost hunters a month on the most thrilling ghost hunt experiences available, Fright Nights are the undisputed number one Ghost Hunting Company.

Fright Nights have taken over 400,000 people on ghost hunts at over three hundred haunted locations, if you have never been on a ghost hunt before, then have a go, it is an experience to remember! See below for ghost hunting highlights coming up or check out our ghost hunt section here

“The undisputed number one ghost hunting company in the UK” THE GUARDIAN

“The country’s longest running ghost hunting company” The Sun

“The Ghost Hunting Specialists” Daily Star

“One of the fifty things to do before you die” FHM Magazine

“I was invited to a ghost hunting evening with Fright Nights I jumped at the chance” Andy Rudd, THE MIRROR

“I was surprised about the number of unexplained bumps which happened…I’m a logical man, I like logical things, but no matter how quickly I rushed upstairs or how thoroughly we searched the floor, we couldn’t find any explanation to any of the noises.” Jamie Lewis, THE INDEPENDENT

Ghost Hunting Highlights coming up – Last Few Tickets Available!



As seen on Paranormal Lockdown : UK    –    £59   (VIP’s £53.10)

Join Fright Nights Cambridgeshire for an exclusive ghost hunt at Hinchingbrooke, a grand Tudor Country House which is built around a 13th century Priory. Join us on Nuns walk, down to the haunted bridge where the figures of ghostly nuns have been spotted, and back up to the abandoned Wendy House that’s been kept under lock and key… until now!

The House is now used as a school. It has very much retained all of its charm and historical features, even though a great fire broke through the house in 1830, nearly all of the pictures and furniture were saved. During the fire two coffins and skeletons were uncovered. It is believed to be the resting place of the nuns. They have been left untouched, but are now on show, covered over with glass.  WHAT WILL YOU WITNESS?


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