Haunted: Dobbs’ Grave, Martlesham, Suffolk
Stewart | On 25, Jun 2017
The Haunting of Dobbs’ Grave
Along Dobbs’ Lane on the corner of the heath you’ll find an old grave which is said to belong to a shepherd who hung himself back in 1750 at the nearby Kesgrave Hall Farm.
You see, in those days suicide victims were not buried in cemeteries.
This grave is at the crossroads of the ancient tracks which mark the boundaries between the parishes of Kesgrave, Martlesham, Foxhall and Brightwell.
There’s a story which dates back to 1940 about a young airman who thought it would be a good idea to dig up the grave on one dark night…
He got the fright of his life when he was chased away from the grave site by an angry apparition of a young man many believe was the spirit of the dead shepherd himself!
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!