Hitchhiker of Ragley Hall. Warwickshire

This ghost is known as the ‘Hitchhiker of Ragley Hall’. This ghost is an elderly woman who appears outside of Ragley Hall on the A435 seeking a lift.

This ghost is known as the ‘Hitchhiker of Ragley Hall’. This ghost is an elderly woman who appears outside of Ragley Hall on the A435 seeking a lift.

Drivers in the area have told stories of how they have picked up the woman and taken her to Dunnington Cross.

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Queens Head. Winchelsea

At the turn of the Century the Queens Head pub was run by a Landlord named Gutsell.

At the turn of the Century the Queens Head pub was run by a Landlord named Gutsell.

When he died the locals brought his coffin into the pub for a wake, the dead Landlord must have enjoyed the party so much that his spirit stayed in the bar. He has been seen sitting by the fireplace chewing a piece of straw.

Westminster Cathedral. London

The Cathedral is the haunt of a ghostly Cleric, dressed in black robes at the High Altar.

The Cathedral is the haunt of a ghostly Cleric, dressed in black robes at the High Altar.

In 1966 a sacristan in night duty at the Cathedral watched as the spectre appeared and then dissolved before his eyes.

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Talacre Abbey. Prestatyn

In 1997 a group of a paranormal investigations heard unearthly voices coming from outside the chapel

In 1997 a group of a paranormal investigations heard unearthly voices coming from outside the chapel, and dark shadows were seen going past one of the doors of the chapel.

Five minutes after the group had experienced these strange happenings, the chapel door began to swing backwards and forwards by itself and candles then began to go out one by one.

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Longleat. Warminster Wiltshire

A guide experienced first hand one of the ghostly occupants of Longleat.

A guide experienced first hand one of the ghostly occupants of Longleat.

She was conducting a tour party around the house when she encountered a mysterious man in the Red Library Continue reading →