The ancient inn is famous for its ghostly activities including deceased owners sitting together with the patrons of today’s world.
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.
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.
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 […]
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. […]
The haunted Corby Castle is located in northern Cumbria, England. It is on the east bank of the River Eden, on the southern perimeter of the village of Great Corby, about six miles east of Carlisle. The Corby Castle started as just a simple red sandstone tower house. It was built by the Salkeld family […]
In Gloucestershire, England, on the south-eastern boundary of the town of Berkeley, at the edge of the Cotswold, there is the haunted Berkeley Castle built by the Severn estuary to stand guard over the Bristol-Gloucestershire road and to protect the estuary and the Welsh border. This is Berkeley Castle (sometimes spelled “Berkley Castle”). In 1067, […]
Here we have the story of the haunted Bamburgh Castle for you. On the coast of Northumberland, England, there is a massive basalt outcrop which had been built and rebuilt on for centuries. The first fortification was Din Guarie. This was the royal seat of the Britannic kingdom of Bryneich. In 547, it was captured […]
Here we are going to tell you the story of the haunted Warwick Castle. Along the River Avon in south-west England, near Warwick (pronounced ‘war-ik’ with the second ‘w’ silent) in the town of Warwickshire, there is a bend with a sandstone bluff overlooking a crossing which is a perfect spot for building a fortification […]
Dacre Castle is located four miles south-east of Penrith, in the county of Cumbria in the north-west of England about half-way between Manchester and Glasgow, near the border of Scotland. The name ‘dacre’ originated from the Celtic word ‘daigr’ which means ‘tear’ (tear as in a drop of water). This is probably related to the […]