Haunted: The Packhorse Inn, Kensworth, Bedfordshire
Stewart | On 16, Jul 2017
The Haunting of the Packhorse Inn
At the turning for Kensworth on the A5 you’ll find the Grade II listed Packhorse Inn.
The 18th century pub is said to be situated on the ancient route of Watling Street.
Some also say that the Packhorse stands on the site of an old Roman tavern.
The pub is said to be haunted by people who tragically died in road traffic accidents along the A5.
There’s a ghost of a woman who’s said to have had a car crash near to the pub and two men who died in a minibus accident.
In the 1950s a cricket team were driving along the A5 in a minibus when it suddenly had a head-on crash with an oncoming car whilst it was overtaking another vehicle.
Two men died in that accident.
Since that tragic day a taxi driver and many other witnesses have seen the ghostly apparition a very tall man dressed in cricket whites standing outside the pub!
Damien O’Dell (2013) Paranormal Bedfordshire. Amberley
THE RED LION HOTEL: One of the Most Haunted Places in Essex!
The Red Lion Hotel is said to be haunted by three ghosts.
The ghost of a small boy, a monk and a lady called Alice Catherine Millar.
Alice was believed to have been a chambermaid who worked at the Red Lion who was brutally murdered by her lover in the hotel.
Her ghostly apparition has been seen in the hotel’s kitchen and in Rooms 5, 6 and 10.
Another ghostly apparition seen at the Red Lion is that of a hooded monk
He’s often witnessed in the early hours of the morning walking along the hotel’s corridors
The final ghost believed to haunt this historic hotel is that of a small boy
He's seen by children in the Parliament Restaurant which was once the old Banqueting Hall.