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6 Haunted Places in the West Midlands (Updated 2017)

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Haunted Hotels in the West Midlands The Old Crown, Birmingham

You’ll find the Grade II* listed Old Crown in the historic Deritend area of Birmingham along its High Street.

The black and white timber framed … Read More

3 Haunted Places in Lancashire (Updated 2017)

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Pendle Hill

Probably thanks to the spotlight that the TV paranormal show Most Haunted put onto Pendle Hill when they investigated it in 2004 for their Live Halloween series and then again in 2005 for … Read More

3 Haunted Places in Merseyside (Updated 2017)

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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 died in 1972 Liverpool City Council … Read More

10 Haunted Places in Nottinghamshire (Updated 2017)

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Haunted Hotels in Nottinghamshire Ye Olde Bell Hotel, Barnby Moor

You’ll find Ye Olde Bell Hotel along the Great North Road in the Nottinghamshire village of Barnby Moor.

The hotel dates back to the 17th … Read More

17 Haunted Places in Yorkshire (Updated 2017)

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Haunted Hotels in Yorkshire The Crown Hotel, Bawtry

You’ll find the Crown Hotel situated along the High Street in the South Yorkshire market town of Bawtry.

The Grade II listed hotel dates back to the … 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