Thursday, July 20, 2017

Ram Inn

The ancient inn is famous for its ghostly activities including deceased owners sitting together with the patrons of today’s world.

Pendle Hill

March 26, 2010 by  
Filed under England, Haunted Places in England, Lancashire

Here‘s the story of Alizon Device and the 13 other alleged witches which were hung in Pendle Hill for having casted curses.

Red Lion

March 26, 2010 by  
Filed under England, Haunted Places in England, Wiltshire

The inn, home to dark forces since 4000 BC, is the place of a ghost named Florrie. She was killed by her husband together with her lover.

Arundel Castle

The haunted castle of Arundel is the home of four famous ghosts in addition to a white bird, whose sighting announces imminent death.

50 Berkeley Square

This London address is said to be the most haunted house in UK. Two foolhardy men who wished to challenge the spook paid with their lives.

Samlesbury Hall

This hall is the home of various paranormal activities including the White Lady, the ghost of a woman who wasn’t allowed to marry her lover.

Muncaster Castle

March 26, 2010 by  
Filed under Cumbria, England, Haunted Castles in England

Muncaster Castle near Ravenglass, Cumbria, is the home of some poltergeists and the ghost of the murdered Mary Bragg.

Minsden Chapel

The haunting of a monk which is accompanied with tinkling and tolling of chapel bells, and Reginald Hine’s warning.

Pontefract Castle

Pontefract Castle is in the town of Pontefract about 15 miles from Leeds, is one of the five towns in the City of Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England. The name ‘Pontefract’ came from the Latin words ‘pons’ meaning ‘bridge’ and ‘fractus’ meaning ‘broken’. So ‘Pontefract’ means ‘broken bridge’. It is possible that the bridge in question […]

Moreton Corbet Castle

Near the village of Moreton Corbet, Shropshire, England, there are some ruins which make up what is left of the haunted Moreton Corbet Castle. Actually the ruins are from two different periods in the history of England. One was a stronghold from the medieval times and the other was a manor from the Elizabethan era. […]

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