Brougham Hall stands on a site which has been a fortified home since at least 1307.
It reached it’s zenith in Victorian Times, when it became known as the Windsor of the North, and the home of the Lord Chancellor of England.
As a halfway house between Windsor and Balmoral, Brougham played host to King Edward V11 and the future King George V on numerous occasions.
In 1934 however, the hall fell on hard times but was rescued from dereliction in 1985. In the last decade, and for many years to come, Brougham has been and will be the subject of the largest country house restoration project in England.
First Broadcast: 23rd January 2007
A self confessed super fan of Most Haunted and editor of GhostMag.com. Matt’s passion for ghost hunting began when he moved into a haunted house in his second year of university in Leicester! His favourite location is the Niddry Street Vaults in Edinburgh.