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.

There is evidence that people have lived on the Smithills estate for thousands of years, however the first written records of the Hall began in 1335, when William Radcliffe obtained the manor from the Hulton family. The …

Levens Hall

April 13, 2009 // 0 Comments

As the five great families who owned Levens Hall were related, it can be said that Levens Hall has experienced continual family ownership for over 700 years. The History of Levens Hall It was originally a medieval pele tower, erected …

Records which describe the building of Dalston Hall refer to it when the first John Dalston dedicated The Pele Tower to his wife, whom he married in 1507, the oldest part of the building is thought to be …

Croxteth Hall has had quite a quiet place in history and not much is known about its past. Building work on the hall began in 1575 and the last building on the site was completed in …

Capesthorne has been touched by nearly 1,000 years of English History. Roman Legions passed across it. Titled Norman families hunted on it. In the Civil War the family was Royalist and an ancestress helped Charles …

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 …

Boys Hall

April 13, 2009 // 0 Comments

Boys Hall was originally built in 1616 by the Boys family who had previously been known as De Bois, having originally landed in England from France at the time of the Norman Conquest. Over time their name …

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 …

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