Canterbury Cathedral was first founded in 597 but was totally destroyed by fire in 1067.
It was then rebuilt under the first Norman archbishop, Lanfranc between 1070 and 1077.
The ancient cathedral has a reputation for being haunted …
The Haunting of St Radigunds Street Church
On St Radigunds Street in Canterbury you’ll find a rather plain looking square towered church next to the Parrot pub.
In the 1970’s this building was undergoing some restoration work.
A plumber was …
The Haunting of St Alphaege’s Cottage
Along Palace Street in Canterbury there’s a rather attractive timber framed house called St Alphaege’s Cottage.
The Grade II* listed building dates back to the medieval era.
And it has a reputation for being …
The Haunting of the Queen Elizabeth’s Guest Chamber
Along Canterbury’s High Street you’ll find a coffee shop situated in a Grade II* listed Elizabethan building.
The historic building is the Queen Elizabeth’s Guest Chamber and it dates back to the …
The Haunting of the Old Buttermarket
Overlooking the Butter Market square in Canterbury there’s a Georgian looking pub called the Old Buttermarket.
The Grade II listed building is older than it looks.
It’s said to date back to the medieval …
The Haunting of Marlowe Arcade
Along St Margaret’s Street in Canterbury you’ll find a modern shopping arcade called Marlowe Arcade.
The arcade dates from the 1980s but it was actually built on the site of the historical Fountain Hotel.