Haunted Halls

A section of all articles on the Northern Ghost Investigations website that are tagged as Haunted Halls. Stories, events and reports exist that suggest these Haunted Halls are haunted by an alleged ghost.

Here are my top five ‘Haunted’ places that I’ve been to with Northern Ghost Investigations: 5. Preston Hall – Eaglescliffe I’ve been lucky enough to attend two charity ‘ghost hunts’ at this fantastic location with …

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 …

Saturday 18th July. Claire, Jay and myself had decided to risk the weather and pop over to the Lake District for a little adventure. Claire had produced a full itinerary so an early start was …

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 …

Leicester`s Guildhall is a very old timber framed building, that once acted as the town hall for the city. The History of the Guildhall The building dates from the 15th century (parts are earlier), and is in …

Belgrave Hall provides an oasis of peace and quiet in a busy city. It was built in the early 18th century, in what was then a small village 3 miles from the town of Leicester. Now …

Annesley Hall is situated eight miles north-west of Nottingham, close to the Derbyshire border in, not surprisingly, Annesley. Most of the area is more than 500 feet above sea level. The History of Annesley Hall Annesley …

Thorpe Hall

April 13, 2009 // 0 Comments

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 …

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

April 13, 2009 // 0 Comments

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. …

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