Incredible Incarceration at Inveraray Jail – Inveraray 28th September


Inveraray Jail Ghost Hunt – Inveraray 28th September with

times 8pm to 1am

£39 per person

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Incredible Incarceration at Inveraray Jail - Inveraray 28th September

Explore the terrifying history of Inveraray Jail with RIP-UK

Step into the realm of the paranormal with’s thrilling ghost hunting event at Inveraray Jail!


Are you ready for an adventure like no other? Join us as we unlock the secrets of one of Scotland’s most haunted locations, Inveraray Jail, in an unforgettable ghost hunting experience!


Picture this: under the cloak of darkness, you’ll be guided through the eerie corridors and dimly lit cells of this historic jail, where the spirits of the past still linger. Armed with state-of-the-art ghost-hunting equipment, you’ll be at the forefront of the supernatural investigation, capturing EVP recordings, detecting electromagnetic anomalies, and experiencing spine-tingling encounters with the other side.


But that’s not all! Our expert team of paranormal investigators will be on hand to share their knowledge and guide you through the night, ensuring an immersive and unforgettable experience every step of the way.


Whether you’re a seasoned ghost hunter or a curious newcomer, our Inveraray Jail ghost hunting event promises thrills, chills, and an adrenaline-fueled journey into the unknown. Don’t miss your chance to be part of this hair-raising adventure – book your spot now with and prepare to uncover the secrets of the afterlife like never before!

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A Brief History ……

Inveraray Jail, situated in the picturesque town of Inveraray in Argyll, Scotland, holds a significant place in the region’s history. Built between 1813 and 1820, the jail served as a center for incarceration and punishment for nearly 100 years. Its imposing stone structure, designed by architect Thomas Brown, reflects the architectural style prevalent during the early 19th century.


Throughout its operational years, Inveraray Jail housed a diverse range of prisoners, including debtors, thieves, and individuals awaiting trial. Conditions within the jail were notoriously harsh, with cramped cells and meager rations contributing to the suffering of inmates. The jail also served as a site for executions, with the gallows witnessing the ultimate form of punishment for those convicted of serious crimes.


In the late 19th century, reforms in the Scottish justice system led to the closure of Inveraray Jail as a place of imprisonment. However, its historical significance was preserved, and in the 1980s, the jail was transformed into a museum. Today, visitors to Inveraray Jail can explore its corridors, cells, and exhibitions, gaining insight into the harsh realities of life behind bars in centuries past.


While Inveraray Jail’s factual history is well-documented, it has also garnered a reputation for paranormal activity over the years. Reports of ghostly sightings and unexplained phenomena have intrigued visitors and investigators alike, adding an extra layer of intrigue to the jail’s storied past. Despite its transition into a museum, the echoes of its history, both factual and paranormal, continue to captivate those who venture within its walls.


Event Details

Venue – Church Square, Inveraray PA32 8TX

Date – Saturday 28th September 2024

Times – 8pm to 1am

Price – £42 per person

Limited to just 25 places

Additional Details:

Parking is available on site and nearby

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Dur to insurance reasons guests must be 18 years of age or more.

Toilet facilities are available on site.

Hot and Cold Drinks and light refreshments will be available throughout the event.

What's Included

What's Included

As with all RIP-UK events you can expect 

Group Vigils including table tipping, Séance, and more,

Lone Vigils,

Use of Paranormal Equipment

Hot and cold drinks facilities,

Snacks, refreshments, and treats.

You will be accompanied and guided if needed by our experienced team during the event, investigation equipment such as k2 meters, MEL meters, REM pods, trigger objects, ouija boards, divining rods and much more will be provided for your use and refreshments will be available through-out the night.

What to Bring

What to Bring

You are welcome to bring your own equipment, we will provide an array of  paranormal equipment to use and explain how to use it. 


The investigation will take place in darkness, please bring a torch with you.


Although snacks and hot and cold drinks are provided throughout the night, you’re welcome to bring your own.


Other than the above, bring yourself, a smile and willingness to participate.

What to Expect

What to Expect

Firstly a relaxed, fun time with like minded individuals! No matter if you come alone or as a group, you will leave having met some new people and maybe made some new friends on the way. 


On your ghost hunt with RIP-UK, you will have exclusive access to this location. Our events start at specific times, we ask that you arrive with time to spare ideally around 15 minutes before the event start time. The event will start with a relaxed greeting, health and safety briefing and shortly after we will venture forth into the unknown.


Please note this is not a sleep over event, if you are travelling a considerable distance we recommend you book a hotel room, there are a number of choices in the area.


The RIP-UK promise… this is REAL ghost hunting! As a team we promise on our events we fake nothing, we actively ask our event venue hosts to ensure any and all devices in the venue that could distract or cause false positives are turned off. We set up nothing more than the refreshments! This means what happens, happens but we will not make something happen falsely. We do endeavour to create every opportunity for genuine activity through vigil guidance and experiements.


To get the most from the evening we encourage you to try your hand at as many things as you can, if you’re feeling particularly brave you could try a lone vigil, join others on a ouija board or perhaps even sensory deprivation experiments as we try to commune with the spirits and ghosts of the building.

Please dress weather appropriately, with extra layers of clothing if it’s cold, plus comfortable shoes and a torch if you need one. 

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