With 400 locations under their belts after almost two decades of ghost hunting, there are plenty of spooky locations that 'Most Haunted' fans would love to see the team go back to.
With so many memorable locations, active investigations and intense moments in their back catalogue, there's plenty of iconic paranormal
hotspots that the team could return to, but here's the five we'd most like to see them re-investigate.
1. Pendle Hill, Lancashire
The show's live Halloween special aired over three nights in 2004 and saw Yvette take her team to the home of the Pendle Witches in East Lancashire.
The investigation was one of the team's most memorable and dramatic in the history of the show. The team held vigils at Clitheroe Castle, Church Brow, Trinity Youth Centre, Lower Well Head Farm, Bull Hole Farm, and Waddow Hall, but it was the derelict Tynedale Farm house where things got really terrifying.
During the live investigation of the house, which is said to be haunted by the ghost of the witches of Pendle Hill, several team members said they felt like they were being choked and one-by-one left the location. Team member, Stuart Torevell was the first to experience difficulties breathing and had to be carried out of the house, he was followed by a further three crew members who also reported the feeling of being suffocated.
The investigation was so eventful that it is consistently fans' favourite for a return visit. The team did head back the following year in the show's sixth series, but since then Tynedale Farm has been renovated and turned back in to a home, which meant investigations haven't been possible for more than a decade.
Now the home has new owners once again, who have been letting some paranormal teams return, does this mean 'Most Haunted' could be due a revisit?
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2. 30 East Drive, Pontefract
Yvette said that as she walked into 30 East Drive in 2015, she "just felt the evil that resides in this place." The team experienced a whole host of paranormal activity including knives being thrown and burns occurring on the skin of crew members. The show's executive producer, Karl Beattie, described the occurrences as "the most violent poltergeist activity in the world."
The house is one of the most infamous haunted houses in the UK, many believe that the poltergeist which haunts the house is the spirit of a local monk who was executed at near by gallows. The house's most famous former residents were the Pritchards, Jean and Joe and their two children Philip and Diane. Almost immediately after moving in to the house, Philip and his grandmother witnessed the first creepy occurrence which led to one of the UK's most famous ghost stories.
The team are yet to return to 30 East Drive, but since their visit it has become a very popular location for ghost hunters following in the teams footsteps. The property might now be a little bit over done for a show like 'Most Haunted', but the house does remain a viable location for a future visit when the time is right.
3. The Ancient Ram Inn, Gloucestershire
While the team were investigating the ghostly goings on at the Ancient Ram Inn, a former pub in Wotton-under-Edge with the reputation as the most haunted in the UK, crew member Stuart Torevell had his biggest scare to date.
Towards the end of the episode, which aired in 2004, Stuart fell to the floor and screamed for help saying "I can't move." The team around him Karl, Jon Dibley, and Derek Acorah, tried to comfort him, but Stuart cried "don't rub my chest." Derek said "I felt him being walloped the second time, he was hit fully in the chest and ribs."
Stuart said afterwards "I'd been punched in the chest, I'd been winded. And as I went down, I got punched again then. So, I got winded twice. I was like a young kid in a playground getting picked on and beaten up. When I went down I felt like I was being kick constantly in the stomach."
As a result of this incident, which was described as one of their most violent encounters to date, Stuart lost his hair due to alopecia brought on by the scare. Many fans would love to see Stuart face his fears and return to the location he said he never would.
4. Wentworth Woodhouse Stables, Rotherham
In a 2017 episode Yvette and her team caught a figure on camera. After the incident, Yvette said, "to date, this has to be the most groundbreaking footage we have ever captured." In the episode the team investigated the huge stable buildings on the grounds of the grand Wentworth Woodhouse near Rotherham.
In its day, the very impressive stable block would have been a hive of activity, but today the buildings are abandoned. While investigating a room on the first floor, investigator Karl caught a figure walking in the darkness on camera. Karl and his fellow investigator, Stuart, ran along the corridor in pursuit, only to find there was no one there.
The show's resident skeptic, Glen Hunt, said that he thought the figure might have been an example of stone tape theory, a proposed explanation for some apparitions where a moment from the past is replayed. Perhaps the team might be able to study this phenomenon and get more answers on a return visit.
5. The Queen Mary, California
In 2005 the team tackled various American locations, most of which were in California including Whaley House, the Hollywood American Legion, Leonis Adobe, and Drum Barracks, but the most memorable for viewers and the team was the iconic Queen Mary. In 1967, when ocean liner passenger numbers were dropping due to the rise of air travel, the Queen Mary was sold and permanently docked in Long Beach. The ship became a hotel and tourist attraction, first opening in 1972.
The ship proved to be a location like no other for the team, who captured so much activity during their visit that their investigation was spread across two episodes.
During their time aboard, the team had an unsettling experience in room B340, which had Karl fleeing from the room after reporting what her described as a "vice-like" pain in his chest. This wasn't the last scare for Karl, later in the investigation Karl again felt ill and lost his balance after climbing down a long ladder which lead to the area of the ship where prisoners of war were once held.
One of the most memorable pieces of evidence captured by the team were what appeared to be wet footprints around the now-empty first class swimming pool. It could be an interesting experiment to return to the ship to see if they can recreate the conditions that lead to the footsteps being found.
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