North East

Welcome to the Northern Ghost Investigations Haunted UK database. You are taking a peek at the Haunted North 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.

Bowes Railway Museum (Springwell Line) originally opened in January 1826 and was planned and laid out by George Stephenson to serve Springwell Colliery which at the time was in the process of being sunk. It was …

Sitting in over 70 acres of beautiful parkland and stunning gardens, hidden in the beautiful South Yorkshire village of Cawthorne, just north of Barnsley, is Cannon Hall. For generations it was home to the Spencer and …

The History of Acklam Hall, or at least the land upon which it sits, is long and varied – with the earliest known record is an entry into the Doomsday Book which shows that the …

Winter’s Gibbet (also known as Elsdon Gibbet), and it situated  high up on moorland at the side of the road from Elsdon to Morpeth. The History of Winter`s Gibbet In 1792 William Winter broke into old …

The Punchbowl can be found in the historic city of York nestling itself inside the city walls. The History of The Punchbowl York was originally called Eburos by the Romans (which is commonly believed to have something to …

The Old Well Inn can be found within Barnard Castle which is built on the site where an ancient Roman road fords the river Tees this is now spanned by a stone bridge. The street know as …

The Town Hall Theatre stands imposing within Hartlepool Town Center and standing out with its Gothic design against the more modern buildings surrounding it. The History of Town Hall Theatre It would be easy to think that the Town …

The Old George, in the Cloth Market, is one of the city`s oldest drinking places and it also claims 17th century Royal connections. The History of The Old George When Charles I was being held by the …

Whitworth Hall

May 4, 2009 // 0 Comments

The Whitworth Hall Estate dates from 1183 AD from which time it was owned by “The Lords of Whitworth” for almost 300 years. In 1652, Whitworth came by purchase into the possession of Mark Shafto, a lawyer …

The Busby Stoop Inn, at Kirby Wiske – a village near Thirsk in North Yorkshire – takes it odd name from the 18th century owner Thomas Busby and the hangman’s gibbet across the road from where …

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