Category: Most Haunted Series 6

The Ghost House, Nottinghamshire

The Ghost House, Nottinghamshire

  Name and location: “Ghost House” Nottinghamshire Description: This stone hall is believed to have been built out of material stolen from Roche Abbey. Era: The current hall was built in 1848 by C....

Lower Well Head Farm / Tynedale Farm

Lower Well Head Farm / Tynedale Farm

Description: Both these working farms built in the Pendle Hill area Era: It is thought that Lower Well Head Farm was built in the 1500’s, while the building at Tynedale Farm was probably built...

Golden Fleece, York

Golden Fleece, York

This is one of the oldest coaching inns in york and is mentioned in 1503. Before 1557 it be;longed to the Merchant Adventurers whose ancient hall is behind the Inn and access can be...

Prideaux Place

Prideaux Place

For over 400 years, Prideaux has been the home of the Prideaux-Burne family. The family’s origins date back to the 11th century; today’s Prideaux-Burnes are directly descended from William the Conqueror. Prideaux Place was...

Somerleyton Hall

Somerleyton Hall

One of the premier stately homes in East Anglia, Somerleyton is an early Victorian mansion built upon the foundations of a 13th century house. That first manor was built by Sir Peter Fitzosbert in...

Dalston Hall

Dalston Hall

History taken from their website The Romans with their passion for organisation appear to have established a community at Carlisle around AD 120 (Luguvalliam). Some historians believed the area around Dalston Hall to have...

Bodmin Moor Gaol

Bodmin Moor Gaol

Bodmin Gaol, the former County Prison, was built in 1777 and replaced the old Debtor’s Prison (now the Hole-In-The-Wall Public House). The Prison was rebuilt in the 1840s and again in the 1850s each...