Friar Gate Ghost Walk
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This walk starts and finishes at The Derby Gaol, which has resided at the basement of 50/51 Friargate Since 1756. On your way round you will hear stories of murders, executions, crime, punishment and ghostly occurrences.
We start with a brief tour of the Gaol, treating everyone like inmates, before heading down Agard Street, whilst hearing of the harrowing murder of Eliza Morrow in 1862. The walk proceeds down Friargate where we have our haunted pub stop at the Old Friary (Scream), before entering the cellars beneath, which are haunted by the figure of a ghostly Black Friar.
We continue the walk up to Derby’s 3rd and last County Prison on Vernon Gate before returning to our Gaol for a Condemned Man’s Supper.
Then unlike so many that have been in the Gaol before, you will be permitted to go home!
Walks last approximately 3 hours, starting at 7pm and finishing around 10pm.
PLEASE ARRIVE FOR 6.50PM AT THE BACK ENTRANCE
TO DERBY GAOL ON AGARD STREET, DE1 1DZ