East

Welcome to the Northern Ghost Investigations Haunted UK database. You are taking a peek at the Haunted East section. Here you’ll be able to find some of the best haunted locations throughout the UK and many that Northern Ghost Investigations have visited over the years.

It would seem that almost every old building has a ghost or two lurking in the shadows and hopefully over time as we catalogue them, you’ll be able to find the history and paranormal stories behind them all in the Northern Ghost Investigations Haunted UK database.

With its walls of smooth Barnack stone and bold circular corner tower, Woodcroft Castle appears to have followed the same plan as Edward 1’s mighty Harlech Castle built in the 1280s, though on a much more modest scale. The History …

Thorpe Hall

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Situated in 20 acres of magnificent gardens and parkland Thorpe Hall was built in 1584 for Sir John Bolle in Louth, Lincolnshire who was knighted for his military exploits in Cadiz, Spain in 1596. The History of Thorpe …

Founded as a priory in 1139 by Sir William le Gros (who is buried here), Count of Aumale and Earl of Yorkshire, Thornton Abbey was elevated to an abbey in 1148 because of its wealth and influence. …

The Swan Inn Lavenham, Suffolk is widely regarded as one of the finest examples of a medieval municipality. The History of The Swan Inn The Swan dates back to the 1400s, when it played a key role …

This beautiful ruin is situated on an estuary formed by the junction of the rivers Stour and Blackwater, about ten or twelve miles south east from Colchester. The History of St. Osyth`s Priory It was …

Scole Inn

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Located near Diss, Norfolk, Scole Inn dates back to 1655 and was built as a coaching inn by John Peck. The History of Scole Inn John Peck was a wealthy Norwich merchant who wanted the inn to be …

One of the oldest halls in Norfolk, Raynham Hall was the first in England to be heavily influenced by European architecture. The History of Raynham Hall The 17th Century hall has been home to the Townshend family for …

Gunby Hall

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Gunby Hall in Burgh-le-Marsh, Lincolnshire was built in 1700 for Sir William Massingberd. The History of Gunby Hall Standing in a 1500 acre park with informal gardens, it`s design is more London town house than Lincolnshire hall. …

Located in Norfolk, The castle keep at Castle Rising is without doubt one of the most famous 12th century hall-keeps in England. The History of Castle Rising Built in the year 1140 AD by William Albini, to celebrate …

Binham Priory is a ruined Benedictine priory located in the village of Binham in Norfolk. The History of Binham Priory The priory was founded in the late 11th century, as a dependent house of St Albans Abbey, …

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