The Ancient Ram Inn. Gloucestershire

Built in 1145, in Wotton-under-Edge, the old inn is reputedly the most haunted in Britain.

Built in 1145, in Wotton-under-Edge, the old inn is reputedly the most haunted in Britain.

The Inn is a Grade II listed building, and ceased to be a working pub in the 1960’s. A large black cat is often seen in the Beaufort Room, which is reported to be the most haunted room in what is now a house. Highwaymen regularly stayed at the Inn and some say they might still visit in spirit form. Investigators have managed to capture some very ghostly images on camera at the Ram, including white vapour, ghost lights, and most convincingly a man in a lace collar who’s face is reflected in a photograph of a grandfather clock.

UPDATE: 14th Feb 2014 – is this Britain’s most haunted B&B – where terrified guests have been left so scared they have even jumped out of the windows.

“I knew nothing of the hauntings when I bought the place. It wasn’t until the first night, when I felt a pair of cold, hairy hands pulling me out of bed, that I knew something strange was going on at the Ram. My daughters regularly saw a large black cat like creature and I have since found out that this animal – an evil incubus – features in many paranormal situations. Several of our visitors have been thrown out of chairs and others have felt icy hands in bed”.
John Humphries, Owner.

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

2 Comments on "The Ancient Ram Inn. Gloucestershire"

  1. Ricki williams says:

    Hi John

    I’m so fascinated with what has happened at the Ram inn, the story’s and the history behind it is so interesting, do many activities still go on to this day?

    Kind regards.

    Ricki williams.

  2. Frances Gasparotto says:

    Hi John – I am writing to you from the Land of Oz. That’s right, Australia! And I am fascinated with your stories about your home. I would love to visit with you one day! Kind regards Frances 😀

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