Ghost Footsteps

A section of all articles on the Northern Ghost Investigations website where reports, stories or tales exist where a witness has described hearing what they describe as Ghost Footsteps within the location. There is no indication that these are footsteps from a ghost or spirit.

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 …

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 …

There isn`t that much in the way of specifics when it comes to the history of the Castle Eden Inn. Yes, it used to be a coaching inn with the main inn area and stables which …

Brougham Hall, set in its own park, is the historic country seat of the Brougham family. The History of Brougham Hall A fortified home has existed on the elevated site since the late 1400s. The Broughams …

Hartlepool Headland itself is awash with both history and strange goings on. It having a natural harbour the headland first became a port in the very early medieval period. And Borough Hall is in the middle of …

Castle Keep

April 13, 2009 // 0 Comments

The Castle Keep of Newcastle Upon Tyne stands on a steep sided promontory overlooking the River Tyne. The site has been occupied for nearly 2000 years, with flint flakes and a stone axehead found in archaeological excavations …

The home of Jack and Janet Smurl in West Pittston, Pennsylvania, was the scene of a horrific and terrifying poltergeist haunting from 1985 to 1987 which became known as The Smurl Poltergeist. The case received wide …

Tyn Dwr Hall

April 1, 2009 // 0 Comments

Tyn Dwr Hall, translated from Welsh is “House of Water” and  is situated in the village of Llangollen. It`s name is very apt as Hall sits on a natural stream and has a incorporates hidden in …

Skirrid Inn

April 1, 2009 // 0 Comments

The Skirrid Inn is believed to be the oldest pub in Wales, nestling within the shadow of the Skirrid Mountain in Abergavenny. The History of The Skirrid Inn The oak- beams contained within the Skirrid Inn …

In 1835,Christopher Rice Mansel Talbot had married Lady Charlotte Butler, the daughter of the first Earl of Glengall, There were four children from his marriage – Theodore, Emily Charlotte, Bertha Isabella (who marries John Fletcher …

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