Most Haunted | Most Haunted Live
A Fan Site & Tribute
Most Haunted & Most Haunted Live Fan Site with News, Interviews, & Episode Guide
Most Haunted 2018 Series 21 On Really (UKTV)
January 2018 including Birmingham Central Lock-Up, Llanfyllin Workhouse, Beaumanor Hall, Dudley Castle, Codnor Castle Cottage and the Moat House
About Most Haunted & Most Haunted Live
Back in Spring 2002 a new TV Show called Most Haunted starring Yvette Fielding and Karl Beattie and produced by Antix Productions, hit our screens on Living TV in the UK. It was also shown on Travel Channel in the USA.
It is safe to say it was unique, it’s theme, could you lock yourself in a haunted location for 24 hours. A theme now copied by 100’s of ghost hunting shows throughout the world.
The TV show appeared to come to an end when Yvette Fielding announced she was leaving the show on 25th June 2010. Then Living TV released the rights to Antix Productions in 2011.
Most Haunted returned with Most Haunted Christmas Spirits on DVD in December 2011. Then Halloween 2013 saw the release of a 3 part online special to become the beginning of Series 16.
In 2014 Most Haunted returned on Really TV.
Series 15 was first aired on ReallyTV (Freeview Channel 17) on Thursday 21st August 2014.
Series 21 aired from January – March 2018
Ghost Hunting With & Midsummer Murders
Yvette Fielding’s Ghosts Of Great Britain
Yvette Fielding has fearlessly walked into some of the most terrifying and infamous haunted properties around the world in search for the truth about ghosts.
Yvette takes you to two haunted locations: Pleasley Vale Mills and Bodewyddan Castle
Orginally on a DVD that came with the Paranormal Mazagine – First Issue November 2005.
This site is a Tribute To Most Haunted That Was Originally Shown On Living TV & Made By Antix Productions It is in no way connected with Living TV or Antix Productions Or REALLY TV. This site is now retired and is no longer updated.
All information was sourced from the world wide web, interviews and communication with those involved.
Phil Whyman, Karl Beattie, Paul Griffiths, Mandy Grubb and Stuart Torevell At The Galleries Of Justice Nottingham.