Haunted: Bruisyard Hall, Bruisyard, Suffolk
Stewart | On 27, Jun 2017
The Haunting of Bruisyard Hall
About a fifteen minute drive northeast from Framlingham is the stately home of Bruisyard Hall.
In 1364 the Manor House of Rokes Hall was converted into the Abbey of the Poor Clares.
Then the abbey was dissolved in 1539 by Henry VIII.
A manor house was subsequently built on the site of the former Abbey.
It’s said that Bruisyard Hall is haunted by a nun from the Abbey of the Poor Clares.
You see, in the attic of the hall there’s a stain on the floorboards which the cleaners at Bruisyard Hall have tried but failed to remove…
It’s said that this is the bloodstain from a murdered nun from the Abbey!
Another ghostly apparition often witnessed at dusk gliding across the lawns of the hall is that of Maud of Lancaster who spent her last days at the abbey.
Pete Jennings (2010) Haunted Suffolk. The History Press
FEATURED HAUNTED HOTEL: The Queen Hotel, Chester
The Queen Hotel is said to be haunted by the ghost of a little girl.
She’s said to haunt the area of a former nursery which was once situated on the second floor of the hotel.
Women guests have reported the little girl ghost has sneaked up behind them and pulled their hair before making her escape!