Ghost Hunt At Oxford Castle & Prison With Barri Ghai


Join us for a ghost hunt at Oxford Castle & Prison with special guest Barri Ghai.

Throughout the evening you will have the opportunity to participate in a host of experiments with complete access to our paranormal equipment. Barri will be with us for the entire evening & will work with all guests. There will also be time for you to ask Barri any questions during a short Q&A session.

Book your places today for just £30 non refundable deposit. Please select pay in full or deposit from the drop down menu. If you pay a deposit you will be sent a PayPal invoice for the balance to be paid 3 weeks before the event date.

All guests must be 18 years or older


Our team can’t wait to welcome you to this Oxford Castle And Prison to share a night of paranormal investigating that you’ll remember. This is a real paranormal investigation, there is no fakery, tricks or actors jumping out at you.

What’s included:
Entire night investigating with our team
Group Vigils
Use of Paranormal Equipment
Psychic Medium
Q&A with Barri Ghai
Snacks, hot and cold drinks are included

What you will need for this event:
Please ensure you are wearing flat, gripped footwear as there are many stairs at this location.
Warm clothing is recommended as this venue can get cold.
We will be investigating in the dark or low light, so please ensure you have a torch
If you have any of your own paranormal equipment you are more than welcome to bring it to use on the investigation.

Cameras, filming & audio recording:
The use of cameras, filming and recording equipment is permitted on our events subject to limitations. Any still images, audio or video footage captured may not be used for the promotional purposes of any other project. Please notify us if you intend to record video or audio.

Please note tickets are non-refundable – unless the event is cancelled by E&E Paranormal.
Unsuitable for guests who are pregnant or consider themselves to have limited mobility.

Disclaimer: While some people may believe in paranormal phenomena, there is no scientific evidence to support the existence of ghosts, psychic powers, or other supernatural occurrences. Therefore, any claims made at a paranormal event should be viewed as entertainment rather than as fact.