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Posts By Stewart

3 Haunted Roads in Dorset

05/12/2017 |

De Mauley Road

You’ll find De Mauley Road located in the Canford Cliffs area of Poole.

The road has a ghostly tale to tell…

One dark winter’s morning, one of its residents was leaving his house to go and collect … Read More

3 Haunted Museums in Dorset

05/12/2017 |

The Dorset County Museum, Dorchester

You’ll find the Dorset County Museum located on High West Street in Dorchester.

The neo-Gothic style building dates back to 1881.

It was built on the site of a former pub called the George Inn … Read More

3 Haunted Halls in Dorset

05/12/2017 |

Bournemouth Town Hall

You’ll find Bournemouth Town Hall situated along Bourne Avenue.

The Grade II listed building dates back to 1885 when it started life out as the Mont Dore Hotel.

During and after the First World War the hotel … Read More

3 Haunted Churches in Dorset

04/12/2017 |

St Mary’s Church, Beaminster

You’ll find St Mary’s Church situated along Church Street in Beaminster.

Parts of the Grade I listed church date back to the 13th century.

St Mary’s was said to be haunted by the ghost of a … Read More

3 Haunted Castles in Dorset

03/12/2017 |

Lulworth Castle

You’ll find Lulworth Castle situated in the village East Lulworth.

The mock castle dates back to 1609 when it was first built as a hunting lodge for Thomas Howard, 3rd Viscount Howard of Bindon.

Today, the castle is … Read More

3 Haunted Pubs in Weymouth

02/12/2017 |

The Duke of Albany

You’ll find the Duke of Albany pub on Park Street.

The Grade II listed pub dates back to the early 19th century.

The pub is reputed to be haunted with witnesses seeing glasses lift themselves off … Read More

3 Haunted Places in Weymouth

01/12/2017 |

Nothe Fort

The Grade II* listed fort dates back to 1872 when it was first built to protect Portland and Weymouth harbours from coastal attack.

The fort was used during the Second World War but was abandoned in 1956.

It’s … Read More

3 Haunted Places on the Isle of Portland

30/11/2017 |

The Heights Hotel

The hotel has stunning panoramic views over Chesil Beach, Lyme Bay and Portland Harbour.

The Heights is a very modern hotel so you may be surprised to discover that it’s reputed to be haunted.

Spooked guests have … Read More

Haunted: Lulworth Cove, West Lulworth, Dorset

29/11/2017 |

The Haunting of Lulworth Cove

You’ll find Lulworth Cove situated on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage site near to the village of West Lulworth in Dorset.

The cove is said to be haunted by a group of ghostly young people … Read More

3 Short Scary Ghost Stories

28/11/2017 |

The Lady of the Lake

Local legend says that many years ago a lady tragically drowned on Canvey Island after her horse drawn carriage crashed into a lake.

And, as a result of this tragic event, it’s said that her … Read More