Ghostly Noises

A section of all articles on the Northern Ghost Investigations website where reports, stories or tales exist where unaccounted for Ghostly Noises have been heard. There is no actual evidence to suggest that these noises have any relation to any ghost, spirit or haunting within this location.

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 …

Hermitage Castle is a forbidding and oppressive place. Seen from the east or west the architecture seems utterly brutal, sheer walls relieved only by a blind arch. Radio Scotland once broadcast a feature in which Hermitage Castle was …

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 …

Balcomie Castle, which stands as a farm house now, belonged in 1375 to John de Balcomie. The History of Balcomie Castle In June 1538 the castle entertained Mary of Guise on her landing at Fifeness to …

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 …

From Woodstock Manor House comes the tale of the ‘Royalist Devil of Woodstock’, whether the spirit was the devil or an ingenious follower of the King, it disturbed the Parliamentarians so much, they refused to occupy the …

The case of the Enfield Poltergeist as investigated by Maurice Grosse began in late August of 1977, Mrs Peggy Harper, a divorcee in her mid forties, had put two of her four children to bed. They were living 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 …

Plas Mawr

April 1, 2009 // 0 Comments

Plas Mawr is one of the best preserved Elizabethan town houses in Britain having been built between 1577-1580 in Conwy, for an influential Welsh squire, Robert Wynn or Wynne. The interiors are impressive, as the rooms have been …

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