Atmosphere

A section of all articles on the Northern Ghost Investigations website where reports, stories or tales exist where an eerie or oppressive Atmosphere has been recorded. There is no indication that this atmosphere is in any way related to any ghost or spirit.

The term paranormal investigator can conjure up all sorts of images. For many it may be the gizmo laden stars of recent paranormal reality shows or a proton pack wearing Ghostbuster. Others may think of …

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 …

The McOrville Inn – Elwick 15th August 2009 NGI – Mark, Jay, Claire, Carol, Bekki, Julie, Phil, James The McOrville Inn, at Elwick Village near Hartlepool is  a traditional English pub. It was named after …

Well my Ghost Chums, the phantom pen ‘yet’ again returns to scribe another blog ( hopefully it will get to the right area) and my 2nd installment ‘should’ be received loud and clear! As the …

Lissan House

May 20, 2009 // 0 Comments

Lissan house, near Cookstown in county Tyrone was the Staples family home for 400 years, the longest occupation of a single family in a country house in Ireland. The History of Lissan House Despite hard times …

Grace Neill’s in Donaghadee, Co. Down, is reputed to be the oldest original pub in Ireland (though this is contested) – built in 1611 when it was known as “The King`s Arms”. The History of Grace …

Springhill

May 19, 2009 // 0 Comments

Built in the 17th-century Springhill house, Nr. Moneymore – County Londonderry, was once the home of ten generations of a single family from Ayrshire. The History of Springhill When ‘Good- Will’ Conyngham married sixteen-year-old Ann Upton, her father was determined …

Wales was a turbulent place in the Middle Ages. The dramatic ruined castles punctuating the Tywi valley are a reminder of those times, and the country around Aberglasney House saw fighting more than once. The History of Aberglasney …

Bodmin Gaol

April 13, 2009 // 0 Comments

Bodmin Gaol (alternatively Bodmin Jail) is a tourist attraction and former prison situated in Bodmin, on the edge of Bodmin Moor in Cornwall. Now partially in ruins, the building displays small exhibits of infamous villains taken captive …

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