This phantom figure of a Victorian policeman was seen standing outside the Bulls Head public house by a man walking home in the early hours of the morning. Continue reading →
The ancient manor of Bampton, on the banks of the Thames between Faringdon and Witney. Continue reading →
The castle is said to be haunted by the ghost of Lady Anne Clifford
During World War II Gill House was used as a dormitory for the Woman’s Land Army, since then its laid claim to being one of the most haunted houses in Cumbria.
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The Haunting & Manifestations of Ashdown House & Grounds
Ashdown House (also known as Ashdown Park) is a 17th century country house in the county of Oxfordshire. Until recent boundary changes in 1974 the house was in the county of Berkshire.
Several ghosts have been reputed to haunt the house and the vast grounds that surround the estate. Visitors to the house and the estate have reported hearing and on some occasions glimpsing a phantom crying child in the nearby Ashdown Woods, while other visitors have suggested the stables on the grounds are home to a ghostly groom who hung himself. A grey lady is also said to gaze from a window on the second floor of the house.
Public access is restricted to the stairs and roof, with broad views of Berkshire Downs. There is also public access to the neighbouring Ashdown Woods. Admission is by guided tour daily from April to October.