Are things going bump in the night at Wicksteed Park?

Eloise Brown, Marie Phillips, Barry Priestly and Florina Florea' at Wicksteed Park

Eloise Brown, Marie Phillips, Barry Priestly and Florina Florea' at Wicksteed Park

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Wicksteed Park staff are on the hunt for a team of paranormal investigators to look into ghostly goings-on in the grounds.

The Wickscream Park Halloween attraction recently opened at the Kettering park, and actors and entertainers based in the arboretum as part of the attraction have reported a series of instances of equipment being moved without any explanation and an eerie reoccurring noise at night which sounds like galloping horses.

Wicksteed Park managing director Alasdair McNee said: “Our promotional material for the attraction said that the arboretum was where ghosts lingered, awaiting the unwary, but little did we know how true this might be.

“Staff working to prepare the attraction started noticing props and costumes weren’t where they left them.”

The Halloween attractions were launched after the park joined forces with AtmosFEAR Scare Entertainment, Europe’s biggest independent scare entertainment production company.

For more information visit www.wicksteedpark.org.