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Haunted: Rougham, Suffolk

Haunted: Rougham, Suffolk

| On 26, Jun 2017

The Hauntings of Rougham

In 1989 a fire broke out in one of the Spinney Cottages in Rougham.

The fire broke out within one of the cupboards in the cottage causing smoke damage to the cottage.


LUMLEY CASTLE: A Haunted Castle You Can Actually Stay the Night In!

The ghost of Lady Lily Lumley is said to haunt the castle.

Phantom children are often heard playing on the top floor.

And a ghostly apparition of a man has been seen sitting at the bar.

It’s said that a ghost known as Black Jack often plays pranks on startled guests!

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It also resulted in the owner being taken to the nearby hospital and sadly the death of their pet parrot.

The weird thing about the fire is that the owners said it was caused by a ghost.

A few days after the fire, the owner’s teenage daughter reported a ghostly voice saying to her…

‘That was funny, wasn’t it’!

She presumed the spooky voice was referring to the house fire.

You see, the family had experience many paranormal events during the evenings leading up to the fire.

The strange thing is…

They all occurred around the same time as the fire had mysteriously started!


RUTHIN CASTLE: One of the Most Haunted Places in Wales!

The town of Ruthin and the castle are said to be some of the most haunted places in Wales.

The Grey Lady is the most infamous of the ghost which are said to haunt the castle.

She’s said to be the spirit of a woman who was married to a steward at the castle in the 15th century.

She discovered that her husband was having an affair with a young peasant girl.

It’s said that she murdered the young girl in revenge but was tried and sentenced to death at the castle for the crime.

Today, terrified witnesses have reported seeing her ghostly apparition on the castle battlements and in the banqueting hall.

The apparition of a soldier wearing just one glove has also been spotted wandering around the castle grounds.

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The fire at the cottage seemed to be the crescendo of the paranormal activity.

After the fire, the ghostly goings-on gradually petered out.

Many of Rougham locals have witnessed shadowy dark figures walking across their gardens and disappearing into thin air right in front of their very eyes.

One of the more common apparition witnessed is that of a ghostly hooded monk!

But the most infamous manifestation of Rougham is not a person but a beautiful Georgian house…

In 1926, on a damp overcast afternoon, a local teacher called Ruth Wynne went for a walk with Miss Allington a young pupil of hers.

They came across a beautiful large Georgian house and marvel at how grand it looked.

A year later they decided to take the same walk but were totally shocked to discover that the house had totally disappeared…

In fact, the area was so overgrown that it looked like nothing had ever been situated at the spot!

They ask some of the old locals about the mystery house but none of them had ever heard of such a grand house being built at that location.

So what did they experience?

What it a mirage or maybe they even experienced a time slip?

It appears that the teacher and her pupil were not the only ones to have witnessed this strange house…

In 1911, James Cobbold also saw an apparition of a three-story Georgian house situated on Kingshall Street between Bradfield St George and Rougham Green.

He said that there was a swishing sound, the temperature dropped and he briefly saw the house through a mist before it totally disappeared!

To this very day, shocked people are still reporting seeing this beautiful mysterious Georgian house…

It’s not always in the same location but it is always within the parish!

Pete Jennings (2010) Haunted Suffolk. The History Press



The Grade I listed 12th century Amberley Castle Hotel is located in the picturesque village of Amberley.

The castle started life out as a timber-framed hunting lodge in 1103.

But it upgraded to a fortified manor house in 1377 by the bishop of Chichester.

After the Reformation the castle still belonged to the church but was leased out to the crown.

During the English Civil War part of the castle was destroyed by Parliamentarian forces and it fell into ruin.

The Duke of Norfolk leased Amberley Castle in 1893 and started to renovate it.

Today the castle has been transferred into an amazing luxury hotel.

The castle is said to be haunted by the ghost of a young girl called Emily who committed suicide at the castle.

Her ghostly apparition has been seen by terrified witnesses in and around the Herstmonceux room!

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