Ghost Hunt with Haunting Nights At The Thorne Workhouse in Doncaster
The old workhouse has a sinister history.
Life for the unfortunate souls who were forced to reside here being “worse than any prison”.
The residents of the workhouse in Doncaster were often beaten and left starving, many who lost their lives in the workhouse still remain, in unmarked graves
The Thorne Workhouse was built in the early 1800’s as a refuge for the homeless and destitute, the residents consisted mainly of the elderly and infirm, as well as a large number of orphaned children.
Set over 2 floors with many dark rooms and chilling corridors, the reports of paranormal activity include, the spirit of a terrifying male who certainly makes his presence felt, children’s laughter and hushed conversations coming from empty rooms.
Thorne Union was a group of parishes which included Althorpe, Amcotts, Belton, Crowle, Eastoft, Epworth, Keadby and Wroot in Lincolnshire and Fishlake, Stainforth, Hatfield, Sykehouse and Thorne in Yorkshire
The workhouse was situated on Union Road, formerly called Poor House Lane, which joins Orchard Street and Lock Lane.
Join Haunting Nights for an overnight ghost hunt at the Haunted Workhouse in Doncaster.
During your night you will be taking part in various methods of Ghost Hunting to include Ouija boards, table tipping, glass divination, Psychic seances and along with modern day ghost hunting techniques.
Tea/coffee and squash along with crisps and biscuits will be available.
Limited parking onsite.
Wear warm layered clothing as it gets cold throughout the night.
Wear flat gripped footwear.