Visit Isle of Wight have announced their latest film tie in with Paramount Studios UK’s upcoming release ‘Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension’ the terrifying conclusion to the Paranormal Activity films to be released in cinemas everywhere October 21st.

Visitors to the Island can see some of the most haunted locations in Britain, hear the sad and ghoulish stories of their former inhabitants or be photographed with supernatural apparitions. If you live on the Island you will already know where the ‘haunted’ locations are so why not join in a ‘Ghost Walk’ if the paranormal is for you.

In fact a new ‘Isle of Fright’ app will allow you to see and hear the Island’s ethereal inhabitants anywhere in the world. It will be available to download this October and November only (from 4th October) and you can use it wherever you go. Thirteen of the Isle of Wight‘s most haunted destinations are featured in audio ghost stories that can be downloaded free from the app. These spooky spots include Appuldurcombe House, former home of the Lady Seymour Worsley – recently featured in the BBC drama “The Scandalous Lady W” and Knighton Gorges, the grand house of her former lover George Bisset.

October half-term sees a number of ‘Isle of Fright’ activities. Visit Carisbrooke Castle, where Charles I was imprisoned before being taken to London and beheaded, for “Spooky Castle” with all sorts of spine-tingling adventures.
Take an enchanted steam train trip from the IW Steam Railway during their ‘Wizard Week’ for children and be transported back to a bygone age. There’s hubble, bubble, toil and trouble at The Needles Landmark Attraction this October half-term, and you’re asked to look out for ghoulish goings-on, and spooky shenanigans.
Away from the supernatural, be charmed when you wander through the magical Electric Woods Festival of Light at Robin Hill or visit the country’s oldest theme park and former haunt of smugglers, Blackgang Chine which will be illuminated every evening.