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Haunted: The 60th Rifles Memorial to Indian Mutiny, Dover, Kent

26/07/2017 |

The Haunting of the 60th Rifles Memorial to Indian Mutiny

If you head along Camden Crescent in Dover you’ll come across a Grade II listed war memorial.

The Classical style granite and bronze 60th Rifles Memorial to Indian Mutiny was … Read More

Haunted: The Theatre Royal, Chatham, Kent

26/07/2017 |

The Hauntings of the Theatre Royal

The Theatre Royal’s most famous ghost is that of Humphrey…

Legend says that Humphrey was a former trapeze artist who made a couple of errors during his act in front of Edward VII.

He … Read More

Haunted: Fort Horsted, Chatham, Kent

26/07/2017 |

The Hauntings of Fort Horsted

Local legend says that the dark tunnels of Fort Horsted are patrolled by a large ghostly dog which has a black shaggy coat.

Terrified witnesses have also reported seeing shadowy figure within the tunnels.

The … Read More

Haunted: Fort Amherst, Chatham, Kent

26/07/2017 |

The Hauntings at Fort Amherst

The Plotting Room at the fort is said to be haunted by a faceless ghost…

Terrified witnesses reported the ghostly male figure as being dressed in a Victorian long dark coat and a black top … Read More

Haunted: Chatham Dockyard, Chatham, Kent

26/07/2017 |

The Hauntings of Chatham Dockyard

A headless ghost of a young boy has been seen by terrified witnesses wandering near to the Ropery building during the night.

Apparently he’s the ghost of a drummer boy called George Stock who was … Read More

Haunted: The Brook Theatre, Chatham, Kent

26/07/2017 |

The Hauntings of the Brook Theatre

The basement of the theatre is said to have bricked up tunnels which at one time were connected to the Naval Hospital beside the Great Lines and to the Dockyard via Fort Amherst.

Terrified … Read More

Haunted: Angley Park, Cranbrook, Kent

26/07/2017 |

The Hauntings of Angley Park

The entrance to the historic Angley Park is said to be haunted by not one but two ghosts!

The first ghost is said to be a witch called Jennings and the second is said to … Read More

Haunted: St Dunstan’s Church, Cranbrook, Kent

26/07/2017 |

The Haunting of St Dunstan’s Church

Bloody Baker was the nickname for the 16th century politician Sir John Baker.

He was called this due to his brutal prosecution of Protestants.

There was once a room above the south porch of … Read More

Haunted: Maidstone Road, Brenchley, Kent

26/07/2017 |

The Haunting on Maidstone Road

In the winter of 2009 a driver was travelling along the Maidstone Road in the early hours of the morning when suddenly he had to brake hard.

You see, two ghostly figures had rushed out … Read More

Haunted: All Saints Church, Brenchley, Kent

25/07/2017 |

The Haunting of All Saints Church

Brenchley’s 13th century All Saints Church is well-known locally for its beautiful avenue of four hundred year old yew trees.

Back in the summer of 1988 a visitor to the church was wandering around … Read More