Ghost Hunt at Scolton Manor
Join Haunted rooms as we investigate this isolated Victorian manor house in Pembrokeshire
Scolton Manor is Grade II listed building that dates back to 1840. Situated on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park and surrounded by nature, this idyllic country house is a terrifying proposition in the dead of night.
The manor is believed to be haunted by members of the Higgon family, who were prominent members of Pembrokeshire society. Three Higgon family members held the position of High Sheriff of Pembrokeshire, including the last resident, Lt Col John Henry Victor Higgon (1902-1987).
There have been several strange occurrences over the years, with many members of staff and visitors reporting disembodied footsteps, and phantom singing and talking coming from empty rooms.
Dark shadow figures are often seen moving down seemingly empty hallways and in the dark corners of the manors’ many rooms.
During past paranormal investigations, people have experienced being poked, and unexplainable sounds, and they’ve had countless interactions using paranormal equipment.
There’s considerable history held within the walls and grounds of this foreboding location, and you have exclusive access with a member of our team to carry out vigils in the most haunted areas!
- Entire night investigating with the Haunted Rooms team,
- Exclusive access to all areas, including the cellar, and the outbuildings,
- Group Vigils
- Lone Vigils
- Use of Paranormal Equipment
- Free time to investigate by yourself at the end of the night,
- Psychic & Mediums present* (Depending on availability)