Wolfeton House. Dorchester Dorset

Many tales surround this house mainly dating from years gone by.

Many tales surround this house mainly dating from years gone by.

A 17th century judge dining one evening in the house, accounted that he had seen a figure standing behind the hostess at dinner. The figure was an exact replica of the hostess except that she held her own severed head under her arm. The hostess of the dinner was Lady Tenchard who was also reported to have taken her own life after the dinner. It is said she haunts the house and is known as ‘The Headless Grey Lady’.

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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.

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