One of the UK's most haunted prisons is letting people spend the night and go ghost-hunting.
Shepton Mallet Prison, in Somerset, is opening it's doors to ghost hunters and brave visitors.
The prison which shut in 2013 once played host to London's most notorious gangsters, the Kray Twins.
According to the Bath Chronicle , guests will spend the night ghost hunting with the latest equipment.
They will be using methods such as table tipping, glass moving and Ouija boards.
Visitors will be working in small groups as well as being able to carry out their own investigation.
Why is Shepton Mallet considered to be so haunted?
The prison used to be a House of Correction, which would hold men, women and children.
Executions took place at the prison with the former inmates being buried throughout the prison grounds in unmarked graves.
During the Second World War it became a military prison.
Records show that 18 American soldiers were executed for crimes of rape and murder.
With Halloween around the corner and if you're brave enough why not book a stay?
To book visit www.hauntedhappenings.co.uk or by calling 0115 9720570.
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