The Bull Hotel. Suffolk

The ghost of Richard Evered, murdered in the hotel back in 1648 is rumored to still haunt the hotels halls and corridors.

The ghost of Richard Evered, murdered in the hotel back in 1648 is rumored to still haunt the hotels halls and corridors.

The story goes that two men were having an argument about politics and it got so heated that one stabbed the other. He was laid out in the hallway. People ran to get help and when they returned his body had disappeared. His ghost is said to haunt Room 4.

The Bull Hotel in Long Melford, Suffolk was built back in the mid 1400’s, some 35 years before the first Tudor monarchs, who are dated around 1475 and is founded on the longest street in the whole of East Anglia, where settlements have been traced all the way back to 100BC.

Visit the Bull Hotel

 

Loves a good ghost story, especially whilst sat in front of an open log fire on a cold and dark winters night.

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