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Haunted England: A - L

Posted by Atticus on Tuesday, September 8, 2009 Under: UK

This listing is by no means exhaustive but here is a listing of some of the more well known haunted places in England:

RiPA have investigated many places across the UK.
But still we await that holy grail of evidence.
Listed below are some places that RiPA have done throughout the years and some that it would like to do.

A lot of alleged haunted places in the UK now tend to charge quite a hefty fee for letting you in. This is due to such programs as 'Most Haunted' and the like.
It is a pity for serious research groups too for not every organization and a backing fund to help this science.

So just bare that in mind when arranging an investigation.
Prices could range from £20 per head to £700 flat payment for 8 hrs. And as always, no ghost is guaranteed!


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Berkshire - Prospect Park:
There have been sightings of the headless horseman and also a young woman pushing a pram. She walks behind/through a tree and disappears.

Birkenhead Wirral - Rocky's Nightclub:
Many sightings over the last 17 years, many staff have left their jobs because of the ghost in this place. From the day it was renovated when first bought, till now. The sightings are of a man in his late 20's. The man is a shadow of a boxer and the story is that he died on the premises celebrating his debut fight when it used to be a private boxers club. He is now known as knocker, the reason for this is because he tends to knock the staff and object such as doors, glasses and bar tools about. Former owners even had an exorcist in the premises to try to make the entity leave.

Chesterfield - Chesterfield Pommegranite Theater:
Objects moving with no-one responsible for them. Possibly an old lady responsible for objects moving. Sightings of the old lady. Grey hair, styled like Queen Elizabeth II, wearing a grey dress and morning for her husband. Also a sighting of George Stevenson. Walking proudly over the stage and sighted sitting on a workers chair.

Cleveland - Middlesbrough - The Tree Bridge Hotel:
Reports of feelings of being watched and sightings of the gray lady wandering through the halls.

Devon - Powderham Castle:
At around 12 midnight if you stand outside the church yard gates there is a blue grey mist that appears and if you look closely you will see a 4-5ft high figure that walks from the tree outside the gate, across the road and into another tree. if you listen very closely just before this happens you can hear chimes come across from the water. Just before midnight that is but you must be very quite and very still.

Alderminster - Ettington Park:
The gray lady is one of the few ghosts to be photographed. Many people have also reported to the reception, the screams of young children down by the river, the same location where a child drowned in the 18th century.

Aldenham - Hertfordshire:
Edge Grove Preparatory School - This boys boarding school is haunted by a mysterious gray lady, who has been sighted in various rooms and corridors of the old part of the building. The old part of the building was originally a country home, and it is believed that the gray lady is the spirit of a former resident who fell down the main stairs and broke her neck.

Almondsbury near Bristol - Over Court:
The White Lady of Over Court has been witnessed in the grounds and adjacent lane of Over Court for many years. She is the apparent victim of a sword or gunshot wound delivered by her husband upon discovery of a love affair with another man in the house. She is said to have dragged herself to the pond on the estate where she collapsed and died of her wounds.

Alton - St. Lawrence's Church:
Where phantom's still fight a civil war battle.

Arlesey - Fairfield Hospital:
The ghosts of the dead patients that haunt this old abandoned hospital, they are said to smash windows and make extremely loud shrieking noises, there is also a number of ghosts that had mental illnesses, they also are mischiefs among the others.

Avebury - The Red Lion Pub:
The pub is said to be haunted by a young woman called Florrie. Legend has it that, her husband found out that she was guilty of adultery. She was thrown down the well that used to be inside the pub. Florrie now haunts the pub in search of revenge. People have said that they have felt fingers going through their hair and they have heard noises.

Barnsley - Barnsley District General Hospital - Delaney Hall:
On the site where the hospital stands now, the old St. Helens maternity hospital used to stand, and previous to that it was the workhouse/poorhouse. There have been reports of many ghostly experiences around the hospital. On the infectious diseases ward - which used to be the children's ward, staff claim that when they have worked nights they can hear children crying, the current children's ward is no where near that ward, so it can't be those children that they hear. One of the gynecology wards which is now offices, is haunted by a young girl called Sally, she could not be resuscitated and staff say that she presses the stomach of anyone who enters the side room where she died. The ward itself has a very eerie feel to it, and shadows have been seen moving around at night, as well as unexplained noises. Another ward that is now offices is haunted by an old lady with gray hair who rocks in a rocking chair, she is said to be friendly though.

Bedford - Abbey Middle School:
In The girls restroom doors will close u will hear music and voices.

Bedfordshire - Luton town centre - Cork and Bull pub:
A white vision has been seen in this pub. She has been known to move things around, shake tables and even throw bar stools across the room. It has been said that she moves along the road from pub to shop and has been seen on the same street each day in a different location. People have actually sat and spoken to her and she has responded by either touching them or throwing things across the room, there is a story told of an old woman who lived there years before going by the name of Ann she was murdered somewhere in the pub and her soul never rested, she is now trapped there.

Bexley - Kent - Hall Place:
700 years ago Hall Place was the residence of one Sir Thomas Atte-Hall. He was killed by a stag in the courtyard, which naturally, upset his beloved wife, Lady Constance, that she flung herself off the tower. It is her ghost that still walks, and has indeed has been seen within the past six months by a schoolteacher on a school outing. There are also good reports of the specter of the Black Prince being seen around the place from time to time, believed to be connected with the pathetic wraith f a maidservant glimpsed running through the building from time to time. The buildings are currently in the hands of Bexley Council and are open to the public at any reasonable time.

Bedfordshire - RAF Chicksands/The Priory:
The Priory used to house both monks and nuns. Legend states that a forbidden love affair between a monk and a nun was discovered by the powers that be. People have reported seeing a ghostly female figure wandering the halls of the Priory and its grounds. There is also a tunnel that leads from the Priory to the local town that has also been sealed. It has been confidentially stated that the tunnel was sealed due to violent attacks by an unknown entity on visitors.

Bedfordshire - Woburn Abbey:
Various ghosts have been attributed to Woburn. The most frequently described is a man in a top hat who has been seen walking through a wall in the antique market. Also spotted has been a monk in a brown habit and the ghost of a manservant in the Masquerade room. Various doors open and close of their own accord and people have reported being touched by unseen hands.

Berkshire - Littlecote House:
William Darrell, one time lord of the house, haunts this grandiose manor. Legend has it that he murdered a new born child - his own by a mistress - and this room is also haunted. A pathetic looking woman carrying a baby in her arms has been seen and there have been many reports of a baby crying. Other female ghosts have been seen wandering the Long Gallery, as well as in the Chinese Bedroom and the gardens

Billinge - The Stork Hotel:
There is a crypt of an older building beneath the Hotel, a Cavalier was said to have been tortured to death and his ghost haunts the whole building. Also the Hotel is haunted by a highwayman who was a regular visitor to the Hotel his name was John Lyon. And his ghost has been seen galloping on his horse through the Village, as well as being heard.

Birmingham - Boggy Woods:
More then once a tall black figure has been seen standing on a bridge of a small lake then suddenly it will disappear and when it does leaves blow without any wind.

Birmingham - Brightstone Road:
Screaming noises can be heard around 3:00 a.m. Some people have believed they have seen a pale white boy crying they thought the boy was around 15 to 18. It is thought to be a ghosts of a young Boy called peter who on the 19-06-1989 mysteriously went missing and was never found.

Birmingham - Dudley Castle:
Dudley Catsle is home to many ghosts although these are the ones that are sighted the most. 1 - The Grey Lady. Thought to be the ghost of Dorothy Beaumont who died of natural causes, maybe in childbirth. She is said to walk the castle steps because her husband was not at her funeral. 2 - The Medieval Lady. During a medieval evening in 1983 at the castle there was a fancy dress competition.In the crowd the judges spotted an elderly lady wearing a sackcloth shift, grey shawl, and sackcloth wrapped around her feet. She looked so authentic that she was awarded first prize. But she had disappeared. 3 - The Black Monk. From time to time a monk in black habit appears. He has been sighted three times by staff and is seen frequently by visitors. 4 - Lady Jane. She was a resident of the castle but was beheaded. She now walks the castle grounds and frequently makes herself known to staff and visitors. On holloween 2002, a live paranormal investigation took place at the castle. This was done by the Most Haunted team from Living TV. It was the first experiment of its kind and was broadcast live all over the UK. During the experiment the shows resident medium, Derek Acorah, made contact with all of the spirits mentioned above and many more. The Medieval lady proved to be quite a character, and said she was very proud that she won that competition. She made herself known by tapping and moving things. Many mysteries were finally uncovered during this very interesting investigation. The team have done 2 more live investigations since then, one at Dover castle on Christmas eve 2002, and the other at the midland grand hotel in London on April 1st 2003. They have also done investigations at many of the places on this list.

Birmingham - Fountain Close:
People have seen a large family consisting of 2 boys ages: 9 and 12, a young girl about 7, a woman in her early 30's and a man in his late 30's. A mother died in childbirth and the other people died mysteriously after.

Birmingham - Kangs discount store:
Many people have believed to see a lollypop walking out of the shop on it's own.

Birmingham - Sherburne Road;
An old man with a top hat and old fashioned clothes picking up papers at around 3 am in the morning.

Bognor Regis West Sussex - North Bersted:
Some houses in Gravits lane have been said to be haunted by a little girl. She was apparently murdered and hidden in the walls in one of the houses, by her step dad. In some of the houses the windows have been nailed shut, and are still like this to this day. People have reported seeing a small white girl running from room to room away from her step dad. Also strange scrapings can be heard coming from the walls and ceilings.  

Bracknell - South Hill Park:
There are many ghosts here. There are children screaming from when they died in a fire. There is a landing which has been raised a foot, and a lady ghosts feet now goes into the floor because she walks on the original landing.

Brighton - The Volks Tavern:
Reports of an apparition of a dancing blonde woman.

Bristol - graveyard in Arnos Court:]
A young lady in all black walks around crying over dead husband she lost in 1st world war. She sits and speaks to people she says need guidance. Another woman walks around screaming. She will not let anyone near her. Believed to be the daughter of a family had buried her. She never woke-up from a coma. Upon exhuming the body, she had woken from the coma to find herself buried and died of shock.

Bristol - The Odeon Cinema:
A seat in the third row from the front of screen 3, is frequently occupied by a dark apparition. Staff and customers have heard footsteps and felt a cold chill in that screen and in the adjacent corridors. Two workmen were crushed at the site on which it is now built in the 1920s, when demolition works on the previous buildings were in progress. In the 1940s the cinema manager was shot dead in a gang dispute, in the haunted room.

Bristol - University of Bristol:
There is a headless horseman patrolling along the Tyndall Avenue at night on his black horse.  Many students reported sightings when they were leaving the Art and Social Science Library at night.

Cadishead Manchester - Great Woolden Hall:
A 600 Year old hall that is haunted by the ghost of captain blood a cavalier from the English civil war.

Cambridgeshire - Ferryboat Inn:
A unique feature of this tavern is a grave actually in the floor of the bar. It belongs to a girl called Julie, the daughter of the innkeeper. Jilted by her secret lover, she drowned herself and her ghost is reported to appear in the bar on her birthday every March 17th.

Chester - Chester Walls:
A Roman soldier is seen wandering with a general along Northgate Street walls. has been seen by many people.

Chester - Thorntons Chocolate Shop:
It is believed that someone died in the flat above this shop many years ago. A presence can be now felt and people have been reportedly 'pushed' down the stairs like their not welcome. Lights go on and off of their own accord and the shops alarm system has often been set off for no apparent reason.

Chesterfield - Bolsover Castle:
A lady in a white dress roams the grounds and the castle many locals know of ghost.

Chesterfield - North Wingfield Church:
Apparitions carrying young children are seen during the winter months.

Chislehurst - Kent - Chislehurst Caves:
Chislehurst Caves are a labyrinth of dark, eerie mysterious passageways which have been hewn by hand from the chalk, deep beneath Chislehurst. There are over 20 miles of caverns and passageways, dug over a period of 8000 years. The vast complex of caves are a maze of ancient mines originally carved out in the search for flint and chalk. They are divided into three main sections, Saxon, Druid and Roman. Each section was later connected by digging joining passages. There is a haunted pond deep within the caves, the legend goes that a white lady appears and floats across the water. For many years there was a reward for anyone who could spend the night alone down in the caves, to date there have been some unsuccessful attempts, but so far nobody has been able to do it.. There is also an ancient Druid altar where sacrifices were carried out in the Druid section of the caverns.

Colchester - The Lion:
There are a few ghosts there that wander around, people have recorded banging and footsteps.

Collingbourne - Ducis Hall:
There is a ghost who plays a piano its favorite song is Mary had a little lamb. We were in the hall and we heard music we went to the piano and the lid was down we went back to the main area and then heard it again we went back and the lid was open one of us ran and shut the door the others followed

Coventry - Coundon Court School:
Old house, belonging to George singer who died in 1900 and his maid who died after falling from the top floor of the old house. Still live there whilst children work. Blood stain of where the maid died still lays there on the ground floor.

Derby - Assembly Rooms:
The assembly rooms used to be a big house where a big family lived once some years ago. The house burnt down it was then rebuilt and opened by the queen as now called the assembly rooms. There was a huge fireplace which must of been solid cause it was the only thing in the house that didn't burn and is still there now. Cold spots felt. A few people say that they have seen the lady in a long red dress which we think could of been a member of the family some years ago when the assembly rooms was once a house.

Derby - City Centre:
Reports of apparitions of children in ragged clothes

Derby - The Ostrich Pub:
When the pub was first opened in the middle ages the Innkeeper Jarmen was not a nice man. He had designed a machine that would tilt the rich nobles when they were in their beds and they would fall through a trapdoor into a pot of boiling oil. The spirits of the rich nobles are still present and the most haunted room is the pantry, which is supposedly full of spirits and not just the alcholic kind. This was where Jarmen dumped the bodies before stealing their money. Strange presences are felt in the master bedroom and the pantry.

Derby - Seymour`s Wine Bar:
Seymour`s Wine Bar is situated next to St Werburgh's Church. It is known to have a old Lady Dressed in Grey who is said to frequently visit the upper regions of the property. There are many stories of the figure of the Grey Lady who has said to have a strong smell of lavender when present. The Lady`s Toilets are upstairs but the Men's are downstairs so a lot of the stories from the public are those of Ladies. Stories include Cutlery been moved or disappearing then reappearing. Though all the stories are strange Staff say they never feel threatened by the presence felt. Also the Church is also said to have ghostly figures.

Derby - Winnats Pass:
The story is that a couple wanted to marry the parents were against this happening. The young couple decided to elope and marry. This was in the 18th century so they had to go along Winnats Pass a dark steep road on foot it was the only route. It was dangerous as it was just the 2 of them well 3 lead-miners jumped on them they robbed them both and killed them. The bodies werent found until years later. The miners were never caught for it but the story has it you can hear their cries and sometimes see them along that route.

Devizes - The main road to Devizes:
A highwayman on horseback wearing a tricorne hat. A truck driver I know drove straight through the apparition. He said it just it seemed to go up and over the windscreen.

Doncaster - Conisborough Castle:
This 12th Century castle is home to two ghosts. Both a 'grey monk' and a lady dressed in white flowing robes have been seen. Residents of this quaint village have suggested that local fine ales may be partly responsible for witnesses seeing these apparitions. A great number of people however believe this castle is haunted.

Devon - Berry Pomeroy Castle:
Many people have reported several different Ghosts in the ruined castle, but the most atmospheric area is the dungeons where people are believed to have been tortured, there is a definite air of evil around the whole place.

Dorset - Beaminster - St. Mary's Church:
The figure of a young boy who was axed to death by a murderer who was never caught has been seen sitting outside the church crying.

Dorset - Bettiscombe Manor:
A human skull is kept in a back room of the manor. On the few occasions that it has been removed from the residence, the whole house has been said to be filled with a terrible screaming that will not cease until it is returned. The skull has also been said to perspire blood when an outbreak of war is near.

Dorset - Blandford - Badbury Rings:
Badbury Rings is an ancient hill fort surrounded by earthen ditches and ramparts. It is arranged in concentric circles, and from the air looks as if a stone has been dropped into a pond. Surrounding the Rings are barrows (old burial mounds), some dating back to 700BC. When the Romans invaded the UK, they attacked the Rings in 44AD, and made their camp on the summit. Four of their most important roads crossed here. There are several ghosts here:

1} An ancient scar-faced warrior on horse back who chases people. - Last reported in late 80's
2} A disfigured dwarf-like creature that leers into cars parked in the field at the entrance to the Rings. (well known 'make-out' spot) - Seen in 1999
3} A woman in a black dress. - Reported in late 70's
4} A large black hound that dashes in front of cars. - Last reported in 1998
5} Ghostly soldiers fighting. - Last known sighting of battle was 1994

Dover - The Roman Lighthouse:
This lighthouse is the oldest one in England. According to the locals, from time to time they see the ghost of a Roman soldier. There is also a monk wearing a black robe.

Dover - Dover Castle:
Chilly under tunnels of the old torture chambers.... A world war 2 hospitals, which has senses of hands and sounds of screams.

Durham - Raby Castle:
Raby castle houses three ghosts. Charles Neville, 6th Earl of Westmorland, has been seen floating upstairs to the Barons Hall where he sat at the head of a huge table and planned the rising of the Northern Earls in 1569. The library is haunted by Henry Vane, who was executed by the Stuarts, his torso often appearing at a desk. The third ghost is a fearsome old lady who stalks the castle each night with wild glowing eyes and knitting with white hot needles.

Eaglescliffe - Preston Park & Museum:
A small dog has been seen and heard in the grounds of Preston Park, near to the bandstand. This creature clearly emerged through a solid stone wall and could not have come from any other direction. This same dog has also been seen inside the 'dungeons' of the museum itself. On a higher floor of the museum a Victorian styled lady has been seen wearing a wedding dress and walking up the corridors, long after the museum was locked up. Also, guards have heard the clacking of high heals during the night and members of the public have telephoned the museum to report sightings of a woman at the museum window, suggesting that somebody had been locked in after closing. When, however, members of staff hurried to investigate further, there was no trace of anybody around the entire museum.

Essex - Borley - Borley Rectory:
Described as 'Most Haunted House in Britain' old rectory built up on destroyed monastery. Very creepy small village rectory now burned down, but many hauntings still recorded. Story about a nun and a monk eloping and getting caught by the monastery and attempted to escape on a horse and carriage along what is now known as nuns walk. They were both captured and the monk was beheaded and nun was built into the wall of the rectory. When the rectory burned down in 1939 her remains were found and buried. Many people have reported seeing and hearing the nun and the monk on the carriage on nuns walk. There has been several pictures and sound recording taken in the village of very strange appearances and noises. Very eerie place to visit a must for ghost hunters everywhere!

Essex - Borley - Borley Rectory - Blue room:
A mysterious room in Borley Rectory where many murders were said to have taken place, one of those mysteries is of a girl. She ran screaming through the rectory, then she came to the window a push from behind and she went down, smashing the glass veranda on her way, instant death. Years later a séance was held in the rectory, the sprits were aggravated and threatened to burn the rectory. Days later the rectory burst in to flames. A girl was seen at the window by the fire fighters, they went in to try and save her, no bodies were found. only one thing was heard; the screaming girl.

Essex - Canewdon:
The village of Canewdon is reputed to be haunted by witches and their familiars (the reputation of Canewdon's witches is worldwide and draws so many occultists to the village every Halloween that the police frequently erect roadblocks, preventing all but the villagers from entering). The grounds of the 12th century Church of St. Nicholas, which stands upon a hill overlooking the village, are said to be haunted by a 'gray lady', who wanders the graveyard on moonless nights. The apparition of a young girl (possibly the same 'lady') has been seen waiting at the end of the vicarage driveway, beside the graveyard entrance.

Essex - Upminster Golf Club:
Golfers and employees have reported seeing a young girl, about 12 years of age, dressed in white on the first floor hallway. Golfers and employees of the club house have also reported on many occasions the feeling of someone brushing past them but nothing there. It is well known in Upminster that the club house has an extra "Guest"! It is thought that the ghost is of a girl from Upminster or thereabouts in Havering who was kidnapped and taken to the house years before and it is in the house that she was eventually murdered.

Fair Oak:
There have been numerous sightings of a shadowed figure without an explanation as to what it is. Ornaments and flower arrangements have also been moved.

Falkirk - White Cross - Haining Castle:
Reports of seeing ghost and have felt psychic energies trying to connect with them and one visitors dog stopped at the stairs and growled frightened of a supernatural being and 2 schoolchildren imagined a newspaper headline say "Schoolchildren found dead in Castle" while they were in the castle.

Felixstowe - Previously American Military Housing 
Doors open when they have been bolted shut. Cabinet doors and drawers open soon after closing them. Items facing the wrong way or moved. Cars have started with no one inside. Flexistowe Experience

Fleetwood - Fleetwood High School:
The ghost of a legendary head teacher and is said to haunt the grounds of the school.

Greater Manchester - Great Woolden Hall:
A Shadowy cavalier, thought to be the ghost of Hamlet De Holcroft murdered there in a dispute other ownership, many history books say by the infamous Colonel Blood, (his real name), who married one of the daughters of a powerful local family the De Culcheths. The house's cellars give out bilious gases and strange senses of both heat and cold. The ghosts of a group of wild bulls are often seen on the riverbanks or heard to be lowing noisily. Objects have been seen to move and the sent of lavender fill rooms. Many other unspecific sights have also been seen or felt by many.  

Grimsby - Yarborough Hotel:
This is a pub in Grimsby which used to be a hotel the staff have heard and seen small children a numerous amount of times in the actual hotel and cellar.

Guisborough - The Priory:
The Priory was a church before it was burnt down by accident by a plumber and his two assistants on the 16th of May 1289.  The Priory is said to be haunted by a black monk that wonders the Priory grounds at night.

Hampshire - Beaulie Abbey:
The church in the abbey is said to be haunted by a priest and 2 monks. There is also a lady who is said to be seen in the kitchen with 2 dogs.

Hampshire - Liphook - Bohunt School:
Every thursday in c-10 (name of room) there is a ghostly presence and a scream at about 3:40pm the legend goes that a teacher murdered his pupil and buried her in the floorboards.

Hampshire - Portchester Castle:
A White Lady, thought to be Charlotte White, is said to prowl the Battlements before throwing herself from The Keep.  A Roman Centurion has been witnessed guarding the outer castle gates.  To this day the St. Mary's graveyard, within the castle grounds, attracts occult activity including animal sacrifice.

Hampshire - Southampton/Hamle - Hamble School:
Some see a ghost of a teacher that taught in HAMBLE COMUNITY SPORTS COLLEGE about 200 years ago when it was just a few class rooms, He walks around mostly in the boy's toilet in the "Humanities block" where he has been said to have died.

Hampton Court:
The ghost of one of Henry the VIII's wives haunts the haunted gallery. The ghost gets mad when any one comes in to her spot. Reports of screaming, the lights turning off and an apparition.

Hansacre - Lichfield Road:
Reports of children's toys going off by themselves, and the children reporting the ghost of a soldier walking through halls.

Harrogate - Ashville College:
This school is inhabited by many very old teachers. Some of these are classed as ghosts! One of these is a Mr. Horsley who is classed as ghost who is known for mass murder.

Hastings - East Sussex - Hastings Castle:
Within the walls of this vunerable pile have been heard the sound of music, and in particular the vibrant fanfare of horns, when there is no-one around. The most recent account of this is from November 2000 when a large crowd congregated on the seafront for a firework display heard the echoing sound of trumpets coming from the ruinous castle. The wraith of Thomas A'Becket has been seen in the castle precincts, accompanied by the sounds of groaning and rattling chains, particularly during autumn evenings. A long established legend holds that on certain days, the reflection of the castle, in all its original splendor, can be seen out to sea, complete with flags fluttering from the turrets!

Hereford - Aylestone High School:
Reports of hearing the piano being played and claims of seeing the keys move with no one there.

Hereford - Hargess Court:
A black dog has been seen by numerous people and usually foresees the death of a loved one.

Heworth - Heworth Graveyard:
Three children where burnt alive in there beds while they slept and the legend says if at the stroke of midnight you run around the grave which you can't miss it, it's the grave with the three people sleeping in their beds, 12 times and say come play children play while running the kids that got killed tragically in there sleep will come out and play with you.

Ilkeston - Derbyshire - Hermits Wood:
Strange banging noises, feelings of being watched and/or not alone, believed to be haunted by a monk that committed suicide many centuries ago, his apparition is said to be seen standing under the arch late at night.

Kettering - London Road Cemetery:
You will see orbs and anomalies in you photos and will hear strange noises

Kielder - Bloodybush Road:
In the remote area of kielder lies the lonely Willowbog Cottage, so old it is, in fact, mentioned in the Doomsday Book. From then on to the present day, every bridge ever built there, be it stone, metal or wood has never stood for over a decade. They have all at one point been found completely demolished over night or had to be destroyed due to unexplained bloodstains that cover every inch of it. On certain nights the galloping of hooves has been heard from the nearby Willowbog Cottage (which itself is 20 miles from anywhere). Willowbog still stands and is now the setting of a weekend and summer holiday activity center for the 74th Scout Troop of Newcastle upon Tyne but not even they have ever ventured to Bloodybush after midnight and god help anyone who ever does.

Lancashire - Goosnargh - Chingle Hall:
Far to much to tell briefly, chingle hall is said to be the most haunted house in britain with over 16 ghosts, and should be here with the best of them. there are many websites on Chingle Hall with everything you need to know. hope to see it here soon

Langport - Langport arms bed and breakfast:
On many of occasions during the nights many people have come across seeing a man holding a candle in the mornings on occasion staff have had to tidy up kitchen due to plates and saucepans on floor and clearing some water which has seen to have come in, in the early 1900 Langport became under water after flash floods came in the restaurant got hit badly 2 people died there was no signs of who they were

Leeds - Dimbelby nursing home:
Ghostly figures seen and bangings of windows and doors and footsteps in the night spookey place!

Leeds - Rodley:
Many apparitions seems to haunt the area.

Leicester - Belgrave Hall:
In 1998 a brief image was recorded on a security camera in the dead of the night. this lead to worldwide media interest in the several-hundred year old hall which stands in the heart of old Belgrave next to the parish church. Also reports of shrieking being heard from the garden of the hall in the small hours of the morning.

Leicester - Hungarton - Quemby Hall:
Reports of an apparition of a blue lady, beds that have looked like they where slept in, and cold spots.

Leicester - Mary De Castro Church:
Various monk-like chanting sounds heard near to the rear entrance of the thousand year old church which was originally the chapel for Leicester Castle. Also numerous reports of ghostly friars seen in the immediate vicinity.

Leicestershire - Bradgate Park:
On Christmas eve a carridge being pulled by headless horses caring mary queen of scots witn her head on her lap as it goes into the ruined mansion and then disapeared.

Leicestershire - Grace Due Ruins:
Witnesses report cold spots feelings of nervousness, apparitions of a large angelic being.

Leicestershire - Loseby Lane:
There have been sightings of a gentleman (often only as a reflection in a window pane) wearing a long black coat and a wide brimmed hat.  It is not known who this gentleman is, but when there have been sightings the person in question has often turned around to find no one there.

Leicestershire - Tugby:
The old vicarage in tugby next to the grave yard has had many descriptions of the ghost at the window. There is a man in the village who actually has a old original photo of this ghost.

Litchfield - Oakenfields:
A boy has been seen who apparently was murder in the early 18 century.

Litchfield - Windmill Close:
"A dark disturbing man" has been seen wondering the streets late at night but only children have been reported to see this. also for some reason unknown local papers which do know about this seem scared to say anything.

Liverpool - Croxteth Hall:
Numerous hauntings.
1. Children playing, laughing and running.
2. Dark figures has been seen sitting in non existing chairs.
3. A maid has been seen in the kitchen doing here duties.
4. A male has been seen in the principal corridor.
5. Footsteps, noises and ghost of servants walking from room to room in the attic.
No wonder there are ghosts there because it was built in c1575 by 'ghost hunter' Phillip Flynn!

Liverpool - Fountains Abbey public house:
Witnesses have seen a lady dressed in a full length black cape with a hood. in the rear yard of the shop. Feelings of not being alone, even being tucked in at night.

Liverpool - Les Enfants Day Nursery:
Used to be the old huyton morgue has verry strange goings on such as when opening up nursery in mornings you can hear foot steps which seem to shuffel in the room were post mortems were carred out. childrens toys turning the self on we have opend up in morning to find a toy walking cat walking around. children talk to some one who they call mr and claim that he dissapears into a door children during quiet time have all sat and laughed and pointed to ceiling saying, "Mr., Mr., I can see you" A member of staff have claimed to see a tall dark figure of a mann holding hands with what she belived to look like a child standing in a door way which children recently said mr disapears in to. when going home at night workers always dobble cheack every were is locked but come in in morning to find windows open or doors unlocked. there are cold spots and you feel like you are beeing watched. Since starting building work recently this has become worse.

Liverpool - Lydiate - Lydiate Abbey:
Sounds of babies crying and screaming. In Henry VIII reign it was destroyed but earlier than that it was used for sacrifices. The sacrifices being the babies.

Liverpool - Philharmonic Hall:
A ghostly humming comes from one of its lowest rooms also footsteps can be heard in empty rooms.

Liverpool - Speke Hall:
People have heard the sound of children crying during the night.

Liverpool - Walton - Walton Hall:
Where a locked and bolted door is reported to open, and after thirty seconds suddenly bangs shut. This phenomenon is said usually to take place in June, and one story attributes the occurrence to the ghost of an elderly lady who, in the eighteenth century, to have died in her bath and still tries desperately to get back into her bedroom

London - Old Club UK:
A white misty cloaked form of a man, was photographed standing between two unsuspecting clubbers. Its rumored that the building was used as a sweat shop in the early 1900's where workers often died of exhaustion...

London - East Acton:
An old church building that is now a school meant to be haunted by monks in the I.T room seen by a teacher and in the hall an old lady called the blue lady who died on the titanic when it sank has been seen dancing on the stage.

London - Greenwich - Queens House:
The Queens house in Greenwich, southeast London is now a part of the national maritime museum but was originally part of the old royal palace. It is said to have numerous ghosts including that of a small mischievous child who pinches visitors and a lady in grey who glides across the balconies. The main museum has also been said to be a place where unexplained footsteps and bangs/crashes can be heard.

London - Hampton Court Palace:
Catherine Howard (One of Henry V111's wives)was imprisoned in the Palace in 1541 but escaped from her guards, and ran to the chapel to beg for mercy from the king. But the king pretended to be at prayer and ignored her. Catherine was dragged away shrieking and was executed soon afterward. In recent times her terrible ghostly screams have echoed around the palace.

London - Heathrow Airport:
The ghost of Dick Turpin has been haunting the area of Heathrow since the 1700's, when he was hanged. He is usually found near the runways, riding a brown horse and wearing British-Colonial style clothes.

London - Plumstead Manor School:
Reports of hearing a strange banging or slamming sound, whispers in your ears.

London - Royal University of Hathaway:
On the 4th floor of the Dormitory, in a private room, there is a spirit of a young man. He's very sad, and there are a few different ways that his hauntings take place. One person stayed there for a week and was awakened a few times in the middle of the night by the ghost. The first encounter was at the sink in the room. The water was running, and it was splashing around with no one visibly at the sink. The second night there was someone sitting on the edge of the bed crying. The third night was the last for this room as the ghost was sitting on the edge of the bed, making a visible imprint in the bed. The ghost then got up and stepped over the person staying in the room to the window out to the courtyard. With a great audible sigh, the ghost, quite visible at this point stooped through window opening and leaped out.

London - St. James's Park:
There is a headless monk that apparently walks in front of people and then disappears. This takes place near the bridge that crosses the river.

London - St. Pancras Chambers (Formerly The Midland Grand Hotel:
Many people have witnessed seeing the figure of a lady on the grand staircase and roman soldiers have also been seen in the basements. It is believed a woman found out she was pregnant in the early 1900 and so threw herself down the staircase because she couldn't cope with being pregnant out of wedlock. The ghost of a man is said to haunt room 10.

London - Terror Tower:
The tower where people were tortured then killed. sightings of ghosts have been seen.

London - Tower of London:
When you walk through the chambers you  can feel a strange cold feeling and many ghosts sightings have been  reported and two children where found under the staircase.

London - Theater Royal:
The Man In Gray who is only seen during rehearsals for hit shows. There is also the ghost of a famous clog dancer his presence is detected by a whiff of lavender.

London - White Chapel:
The ghost of Jack The Ripper's first victim, Polly Nichols haunts the spot where her body was found.

Long Melford - Melford Hall:
There have been unexplained fires started in the bell-tower when the church has been locked and no-one there...

Long Melford / Suffolk - The Bull Inn:
Reports of a ghost walking there.

Lowton - Travellers Rest Inn:
A strange occurance of missing objects and movement of objects also occurances of someone calling their name by some of the staff it is said that the site used to be a morturary

Lyme Regis - The Angel Pub:
Objects appear and disappear, and sudden and intense cold has been experienced. Doors open and close of their own accord. The ghost is of a young woman, the daughter of a former publican. No other information is known, but the phenomenon has been experienced by the present incumbents, and by local people. Only haunts the upper parts of the pub, which are private. Very creepy atmosphere.
   

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