Blickling Hall. Aylsham Norwich

Built in the 17th century, the Hall once belonged to Sir Thomas Boleyn, father of Anne Boleyn.

Built in the 17th century, the Hall once belonged to Sir Thomas Boleyn, father of Anne Boleyn.

It is Anne’s ghost that is said to make her presence felt at the Hall upon the anniversary of her execution. Her spectre appears without a head, dressed in white and in a carriage which is drawn by headless horses and driven by a headless coachman. Her bloody, severed head can be seen sitting in her lap. The grim spectical continues on its ghastly journey along the driveway of Blickling Hall to it’s grand entrance, where Anne’s ghost leaves the carriage and glides into the Hall.

Anne’s brother Lord Rochford also appears in spirit form on the same night. His headless ghost is dragged across the ground by headless horses.

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Nunney to Frome Road. Somerset

This stretch of road in Somerset was reputedly haunted in the 1970s by a man (approx 35) dressed in a check jacket and flannel trousers.

This stretch of road in Somerset was reputedly haunted in the 1970s by a man (approx 35) dressed in a check jacket and flannel trousers.

The apparition has been seen hitchhiking along the road and even suddenly making shock manifestations in the back of cars. Continue reading →

Ludlow Castle. Shropshire

Haunted by the Ghost of Marion - Haunted England

The castle is reputed to be haunted by Marion de Bruyere. She was on the side of the castle garrison who were holding out against a besieging force.

Bruyere’s lover was on the opposing, attacking side, she allowed him to climb a rope to her chamber. However after visiting her one night, and in his passion, the man forgot to pull up the rope. Consequently his fellow soldiers were then able to climb it and take possession of the castle. Upset at her lovers betrayal she killed her lover with his own sword then threw herself from the Battlements. He spirit walks the Hanging Tower of the castle. Other ghosts also haunt Ludlow castle, a grey haired lady who walks the rectory and churchyard.

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Castle May. Caithness

The ghost of the Green Lady haunts Castle May.

The ghost of the Green Lady haunts Castle May.

She is believed to be the ghost of Lady Sinclair who threw herself to her death from one of the Castles high towers. Lady Sinclair had fallen in love with one of the servants and as it was deemed inappropriate for a Lady to have a relationship with an underclass the distressed woman turned to suicide.

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Wellington Hotel. Boscastle

Wellington Hotel. Boscastle, Several ghosts are said to haunt this Hotel.

Overlooking the harbour in the Cornish fishing village of Boscastle, The Wellington Hotel is haunted by the ghosts of a man and young lady.

The Wellington Hotel is one of Cornwall’s oldest Coaching Inns and dates back to the 16th Century. Originally known as the Bos Castle Hotel, the Hotel was renamed after the death of the “Iron Duke”, the Duke Of Wellington.

The ghostly figure of a man, complete with frilly shirt and ponytail, has been seen disappearing though the wall near the Hotels reception room. The ghost of a young lady who committed suicide by leaping from a tower attached to the building has also been seen in the area.