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3 Haunted Places in Merseyside (Updated 2017)

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(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Croxteth Hall, Liverpool

The Grade II* listed Croxteth Hall in Liverpool dates back to 1575.

It was the Molyneux family home for many centuries but when the last Earl … Read More

3 Haunted Places in Nottinghamshire (Updated 2017)

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Pleasley Vale Mills, Pleasley

Pleasley Vale is a deep, narrow, wooded valley created by the River Meden.

The natural geography of the area made it an ideal spot for industry in the 1700s.

In 1785, … Read More

3 Haunted Places in Yorkshire (Updated 2017)

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Kiplin Hall, Kiplin

By the River Swale in the Vale of Mowbray stands the Grade I listed Jacobean Kiplin Hall.

The historic country house was first built in 1622 as a hunting lodge for George … Read More

3 Haunted Places in Northumberland (Updated 2017)

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Bamburgh Castle, Bamburgh

The Grade I listed Bamburgh Castle is built on a dolerite outcrop which was formerly the home to a fort of the native Britons known as Din Guarie.

In 993 the Vikings … Read More

3 Haunted Places in Tyne and Wear (Updated 2017)

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Souter Lighthouse, Marsden

Souter Lighthouse is a located in South Tyneside in the village of Marsden.

It was opened in the 1871 and was the first electric lighthouse in the world!

The lighthouse was fitted … Read More

3 Haunted Places in Herefordshire

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Hellens Manor, Much Marcle

The Grade II* listed Hellens Manor in Much Marcle dates back to the 11th century… some even say it’s one of the oldest houses in England!

In 1180 the owners of … Read More

3 Haunted Places in Worcestershire (Updated 2017)

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Worcester Guildhall, Worcester

The stunning Grade I listed Queen Anne Guildhall situated in the High Street of Worcester dates back to 1721.

It replaced a former Guildhall which was originally built in 1227 as a … Read More

3 Haunted Places in Warwickshire (Updated 2017)

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Warwick Castle, Warwick

The original wooden motte-and-bailey Warwick Castle was built by William the Conqueror in 1068.

In the 12th century it was replaced by a more substantial stone built castle.

During the Middle Ages, … Read More

3 Haunted Places in Wales (Update 2017)

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Bodelwyddan Castle, Bodelwyddan

The Grade II* listed Bodelwyddan Castle is situated in Denbighshire.

It dates back to the 1460 when it was first built as a manor house for the Humphreys family of Anglesey.

The … Read More

3 Haunted Places in Northamptonshire (Updated 2017)

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Naseby

On 14 June 1645, near the village of Naseby, the Parliamentarian New Model Army led by Sir Thomas Fairfax and Oliver Cromwell defeated the Royalist army of King Charles I.

The Battle of Naseby … Read More