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3 Places in Suffolk Haunted by a Poltergeist

3 Places in Suffolk Haunted by a Poltergeist

| On 08, Sep 2017

Landguard Fort, Felixstowe

Poltergeist activity has been reported in the fort’s shop.

A spooked member of staff witnessed items flying off the display shelves by their own accord!


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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Eagle Street, Ipswich

In Eagle Street there’s a double-fronted shop which since the 1930s has been plagued by poltergeist activity…

The first owners ran a family based restaurant from the property but after a couple of months they left due to the poltergeist activity.

You see, cutlery and plates would regularly be flung about the place by an unknown entity!

The next people to take the least of the shop had an exorcism performed in the building.

Unfortunately that didn’t work and they had to close the shop due to the poltergeist activity.

Another Café was opened by a family from London but they didn’t last too long either after the café’s tables moved across the floor on their own accord one afternoon…

This happened in front of their stunned paying customers!


The White Horse Inn, Leiston

The White Horse Inn on Station Road in Leiston is said to be haunted by a poltergeist.

Terrified members of staff and guests alike witnessed bottles and glasses flying off shelves and doors in the pub opening and closing on their own accord…

Things got so bad that an exorcism had to be performed in the pub!

Pete Jennings (2011) Haunted Ipswich. The History Press
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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