Staff members refusing to enter certain parts of the building alone. A rich history, tragic memories and mummified remains found within the walls. It has a reputation of being Londons most haunted house.

21:15 pm – ARRIVE: We will start with an introduction. Following that, we’ll run through the rules and regulations for the event and give a tour.

22:00 pm – START: Lights off! Groups split into teams and thus the investigation will begin.

23:30 pm – BREAK: 30 mins (Light refreshments provided)

02:30 am – END OF EVENT

Please note, groups are always kept to small and manageable levels. No more than 10 people per group at any given time.

Price: £45

Date: Saturday 28th September 2019

Event Duration: 21:15 pm – 02:30 am (Guests can leave anytime they wish)

Address: Charlton House, Charlton Road, London SE7 8RE

Parking: Car Parks near the site

Important: Please arrive 10-15 mins prior or could refuse entry. Be aware, book this event if you can drive or have some form of transportation to the location. In addition to this, it may therefore be worthwhile booking a local Hotel/B&B. Especially if you have a distance to travel.

Parts of the location isn’t suitable for wheelchair access. Those with mobility issues or walking difficulties will also struggle.

Built in 1607 during the reign of King James 1. Constructed for Sir Adam Newton (tutor to James I’s son Henry). It was the family home of Sir William Langhorne, who purchased the estate in 1680. and remained there until his death in 1714. He was desperate for an heir to inherit his title and lands but died childless and the lands passed to his nephew. He got buried in the nearby Charlton Parish Church.

Among several English houses with the name Charlton House. The most prominent is a Jacobean building in Charlton, London. It’s regarded as the best-preserved ambitious Jacobean house in Greater London. Built in 1607-12 of red brick with stone dressing, and has an “E”-plan layout. The interior features a great hall, chapel, state dining room, saloon and gallery. The house, built by the crown to house Sir Adam Newton and his royal charge. He was then Dean of Durham and tutor to Prince Henry, the son of James 1. Older brother of the future Charles 1. Greenwich Palace, where their mother lived much of the time, was nearby. But the prince died almost as soon as the house got finished, in 1612. Newton became Receiver-General, sold his office as dean, and in 1620 became a baronet.

The house and grounds got used as a hospital during World War 1. Sir Spencer Maryon-Wilson sold the house to Metropolitan Borough of Greenwich in 1925. The Chapel Wing got bombed during the Blitz and was rebuilt. Albeit with non-matching bricks such as were available in the immediate post-war period. The house is now a community centre and much of the former pleasure grounds are parks. It was also taken over by the London County Council. To form a playing field and athletic track and this is how it is today.

Over the years many occupants have lived and passed on in this house. During all those years and to this day. Many people have reported considerable paranormal activity.

The Grey Lady

There have been reports of a ‘grey lady’ seen walking the garden. Her apparition, seen on many occasions as clear as day. Is seen carrying a bundle with what looks to be a baby snuggled inside.
During restoration work. The mummified body of a baby got discovered in an old fireplace within the mansion. It’s believed to have been the child of a servant. Who was either stillborn or dispatched in panic by its terrified parent.

Other reports

  • Staff have said that personal belongings have disappeared. Yet, appearing again in a completely different area in the building.

  • They also refuse to enter the attic room alone due to the oppressive feelings. People describe such an atmosphere that you cannot fail to feel frightened. Especially when down there alone.

  • The cellars are even worse, with many of the staff refusing point blank to go down there.

  • It’s believed Sir William still haunts the mansions many rooms and halls, refusing to accept he died childless. His body is buried at the nearby Charlton Parish Church.

  • Visitors to the mansion have heard and seen doorknobs rattling. Also felt an oppressive feeling throughout the house.

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Event Rules

  • First and foremost, no drinking alcohol prior or during.

  • Drugs. If found that you are under the influence, you will subsequently leave immediately.

  • Bringing people with you who have not paid for the investigation, will leave.

  • Don’t wander off by yourself unless clearly given permission to do so.

  • Follow the event plan set that evening, due to as we must know where you are.

  • Anyone causing an upset overall by acting in an inappropriate manner will therefore have to leave.

  • Refrain from attempts to taint any experiments conducted. Hence, you must take our attempts to gather evidence serious.

  • Please respect each other’s ethnic background and religious beliefs. We without a doubt have no tolerance for racism.

If you fail to follow any of the above, you will leave with no refund.


  • We can’t be liable for equally loss or damage to any items you bring to an investigation.

  • Accepts no liability for any death, accident or injury caused to yourself.

  • Claim no liability for any damage that you may cause at a location. Therefore, if you break something, you will replace it.

  • Recording of events. Attending our investigations gives consent in general for use of your image and voice recording. The website, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter or National Media and Press.

Payment terms

  • Permission to cancel any investigation at any time within reason i.e. Adverse weather. Poor ticket sales. In this case, if you have paid, you will receive a refund or voucher to attend the re-scheduled event.

  • Full payments – No refund granted if you fail to turn up. Importantly, 3 week notice required for full refund.

  • Deposits – We operate a Non Refundable Deposit system of 20% per person for our Events that are 4 or more weeks away.

  • All tickets are individual to the person. In addition, cannot use again for other events.

  • If you turn up without invoice or proof of purchase. As a result, you can’t attend.


  •  Over 60 5 star rated reviews.

  •  We always aim to give people the best value for money with our price guarantee.

  • You will have full access to the venue and equipment. We treat guests as extended members of our team on all events. More eyes & ears.. makes for more chance of capturing evidence.

  • No team member earns a wage from what we do.. It’s all done voluntarily out of passion and commitment.

  • All profit made from our Events go to funding our research (Equipment, business fees, acquiring new locations for events).

  • Have a loyalty card bonus scheme which rewards paying guests for their continued custom. (50% off when attended 5 and then a FREE event of their choice when the card is completed.)

  • Always keep group sizes to small and manageable levels. We feel this provides a more personal interaction and allows us to share our knowledge and expertise more effectively. Teaching methods and experiments used within the field of research. We love to help, educate and listen to your experiences.

  • Provide light refreshments such as hot drinks, biscuits, water, crisps etc on all our Events free of charge.


Full permission to use our equipment granted. Importantly, you will have access to a building of historic importance. For this reason, act appropriately.

Any persons caught stealing or causing damage WILL indeed face prosecution. In addition, (Please read our T&C’s if attending the event.)



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Locations can be cold, treacherous and open to the elements. Also, if you happen to have any torches or equipment, we urge you to bring them along for your own safety and enjoyment. As a rule, please keep the lanyard given to you clearly visible. This nonetheless will identify that you are part of the event.