This is one of the oldest buildings in Bradford. In fact, it’s so old that it appears in the Domesday Book. And just like many old things, there are rumors of a White Lady in the house. Legend says the Earl of Bradford vowed to kill as many people come the morning. As he went to bed, he found a lady sobbing by his bedside, Pity Poor Bradford. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Known as the “city of the dead,” this Victorian cemetery became a hunting ground for those seeking a seven-foot vampire with iron teeth. The case was dismissed as an urban legend but that didn’t stop paranormal investigators from admitting they were able to capture voices in the area. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Berry Pomeroy Castle
A number of ghostly sightings as well as strange happenings have been reported in this Devon castle. The most popular of those are sightings of a White Lady and a Blue Lady. The former is said to haunt the castle’s dungeons while the latter isn’t confined to just one area of the castle. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Llancaiach Fawr Manor
This manor house was built in 1530 and those that run it claim that it is indeed haunted. The evidence they gathered are from those who used to live in the mansion as well as visitors and staff who have told about spookish events. They even have ghost tours if you want to check it out. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
St Briavels Castle
There is a room in this 13th-century castle that has a so-called “scary bed” where guests have reported being woken by what they believed was an angry spirit. They said the ghostly apparition would tug on the sheets. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Located in York, this is the oldest inn in town tracing its history back to 1503. It’s also reputed to be the most haunted pub in York. Here, you’ll be acquainted with the ghosts of Lady Alice Peckett and One-Eyed Jack – just to name a few. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
This Kent village has been described by no less than the BBC as being the most haunted village in the UK. In fact, a pub in town called the Black Horse is said to be frequented by an invisible phantom who moves around glasses and other possessions. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
The Skirrid Inn
Located in Monmouthshire, Wales, this inn has a reputation for being creepy. As the oldest pub in Wales, it has quite the dark history: it was used as a courtroom where 200 convicts were hanged. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Hampton Court Palace
The stunning exterior is bound to attract, but it’s the stories of what’s inside that can creep people out. One of King Henry VIII’s home, the palace is said to be frequented by many ghosts, including one of the king’s wives, Jane Seymour whose ghost is believed to wander the halls. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
The Tower of London
Where else would you most likely see ghostly apparitions than a place where many people have been sent to die. Of course, one of the tower’s most famous residents was Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII’s second wife. Rumor has it that her headless body still frequents the grounds.