The Bull in the Thorn ghost hunts in Derbyshire are ghost hunts like no other . This is sadly going to be closed in October of 2015. We have our last event here on 25th September 2015 so this is your final chance to ghost hunt at what is one of the UK's most haunted pubs. The Bull in the Thorn is a desolate pub sitting alone alongside an old Roman Road, it has a history that includes roman settlements. It is a very active pub with a macabre and sinister history. The Webcams here have produced some amazing evidence of a child wandering around the bar and glasses being smashed frequently. The medieval room is one of those places where you feel you have to whisper.
The Haunted Bull in Thorn in Derbyshire is a very haunted location with many reported sightings of ghosts and spirits. An overnight investigation at this remote and terrifying ancient pub will really help us to work out what is going on here. The Medieval Bull in Thorn lies in a remote spot next to the Roman Road in Derbyshire and is a haven for ghosts and spirits. We know that over time and through the ages many people have come forward with what they describe as the sighting of an apparition, particularly in the grounds of the Bull in Thorn. On previous ghost hunt investigations it has been evident that poltergeist activity is rife here with glasses smashing behind the bar for no reason. During your night at The Bull in Thorn you will work with the team to find the evidence that will help us to work out who or what is haunting the old inn.
The old coaching house has had many reports of unexplained phenomena which has seen people fleeing in fear and vowing never to return. Poltergeist activity is rife with glasses being thrown from behind the empty bar, in the medieval area unexplained smells, dark shadows and chilling screams have been heard. The sightings of a boy by the fire place in the main lounge is an apparition seen by many.
The ghosts of the Bull in Thorn are not just contained within the walls as roman soldiers have been seen within the grounds and the sound of horses hooves can be heard in the dead of night
The history of the Bull in Thorne dates back many hundreds of years. Standing high and solitary on the old Roman Road between Buxton and Ashbourne, The Bull i' th' Thorn has for more than 500 years been a welcoming resting place for travellers by horse or stage-coach.Many centuries ago the Roman Road from Little Chester to Buxton was known as 'The Street', running through the uplands near Hurdlow and Pomeroy, it it now called the A515
Over 700 years ago there was a farmhouse alongside the Roman Road and marked on the maps of the time. In 1472 it became a hostelry called 'The Bull'. In 1654 the name changed to 'Hurdlow House' and various old documents make reference to 'Hurdlow Thorn' evidently, the name 'Bull 'i th' Thorn' is derived from a combination of these past associations.