UNEXPLAINED happenings, unusual experiences and unbelievable events were all part of the Kilburnie ghost night on the weekend.
Fiona Hayward and her husband have lived at Kilburnie Homestead for 16 years and have some spooky stories to tell.
Now they have decided to do it for charity.
"Last year we held an afternoon tea at Kilburnie for a Relay for Life fundraiser and we mentioned we might do a ghost night and everyone said 'yes please'," Fiona said.
The night kicked off with a grave tour at dusk.
"My great grandparents built Kilburnie and were buried on the property," Fiona said.
"We also have another gravesite of a teacher who lived on the property."
If that wasn't enough to get you feeling a little uneasy, the ghost stories that followed surely would.
"We sat around the campfire, had dinner and told some ghost stories.
"There are a lot of stories from the 1970s, when there wasn't anyone living at the homestead, a lot of locals would head out to Kilburnie and see if they could spot the ghost.
"There was one particular night that a group came out just as a typical night at the haunted house and then one of the old sewing machines that was outside started sewing by itself."
Fiona said since living on the homestead her family had their own experiences.
"Then when my son was two or three he was just sitting there staring at something and we have never really talked to him about the ghosts.
"But he said there was a lady standing there in a long dress and holding a lamp," Fiona recalls.
Guests were treated to a walk through the homestead complete with spooky tales of each room.
Another ghost night is planned for later in the year when the weather is warmer.