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3 Haunted Places in Worcestershire

17/04/2017 |

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 meeting place for the local … Read More

3 Haunted Places in Warwickshire

17/04/2017 |

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, the castle passed through seven … Read More

3 Haunted Places in Wales

17/04/2017 |

The Black Boy Inn, Caernarfon

You’ll find the Black Boy Inn situated in Northgate Street within the medieval walls of Caernarfon.

The Black Boy dates back to 1522 and is said to be one of the oldest inns within North … Read More

5 Haunted Places in Northamptonshire

17/04/2017 |

The Talbot Hotel, Oundle

In the centre of the ancient market town of Oundle you’ll find the handsome Talbot Hotel.

The Talbot Hotel is very old, the timber frame of this Grade I listed building dates back to 638!

The … Read More

3 Haunted Places in Lincolnshire

17/04/2017 |

RAF East Kirkby, East Kirkby

Situated near the village of East Kirkby you’ll find the former Royal Air Force station of RAF East Kirkby.

The base opened in 1943 as a Bomber Command Station.

From the opening to the end … Read More

3 Haunted Places in Somerset

17/04/2017 |

Taunton Castle, Taunton

Taunton has had a castle to protect it as far back as the Anglo Saxon times.

The Anglo Saxon fortification was said to have been destroyed around about 722.

The present day castle in Taunton isn’t believed … Read More

9 Haunted Places in Wiltshire

17/04/2017 |

The Cross Guns, Avoncliff

You’ll find the Cross Guns pub situated in the picturesque hamlet of Avoncliff.

The Grade II listed building dates back to the late 17th century when it was originally called the Carpenter‘s Arms.

The pub gets … Read More

3 Haunted Places in Oxfordshire

17/04/2017 |

Blenheim Palace, Woodstock

Blenheim Palace is a stunning country house situated near the town of Woodstock.

A little fact for you…

It’s the only non-royal non-episcopal country house in England to hold the title of palace!

In 1987 it was … Read More

9 Haunted Houses in Hertfordshire

17/04/2017 |

Theobalds Palace, Cheshunt

Just outside Cheshunt in the historic Cedars Park you’ll find the stately home of Theobalds Palace.

Today, the red brick and white stone Georgian mansion is a luxury hotel called Theobalds Park.

The mansion has a reputation … Read More

3 Haunted Places in Devon

16/04/2017 |

Okehampton Castle, Okehampton

The medieval motte and bailey Okehampton Castle dates back to 1068 when it was constructed by Baldwin FitzGilbert.

He was a Norman lord whose job was to put down any rebellion in Devon after the Norman invasion.

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