The weather was far from the kind associated with ghostly goings on but dozens of people turned out anyway for a Halloween ghost walk.

The Shuddersfield Ghost Trail set off in bright sunshine from St George’s Square on Sunday afternoon and visited sites associated with strange occurrences including notorious murders, burials following local plagues and much more.

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The walk was the last in the 2015 programme of town centre guided walks organised by the Discover Huddersfield Partnership.

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Piazza manager Vernon O’Reilly, who chairs the group, said: “We have been delighted by the number of people who have participated in our walk programme.”

Catherine Traveller leads the Shuddersfield Ghost Walk from St. George's Square.

Today was the warmest day ever recorded in Huddersfield in November with temperatures reaching 19C.

The previous record was set in 2011.