Haunted Pubs

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

Ok, you’re sitting at home – maybe you’ve just watched Most Haunted or Ghost Hunters and thought to yourself “hhmm I fancy a bit of that” – what’s the best thing to do: a one off Ghost Night? A Haunted Break or …

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 …

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 …

This is the first of my ‘blog’ investigation reports. These ‘blog reports’ are only meant to be a brief personal account of what I experienced during the course of the investigation. A more formal report …

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 …

The Punchbowl can be found in the historic city of York nestling itself inside the city walls. The History of The Punchbowl York was originally called Eburos by the Romans (which is commonly believed to have something to …

The Old Well Inn can be found within Barnard Castle which is built on the site where an ancient Roman road fords the river Tees this is now spanned by a stone bridge. The street know as …

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 …

The Old George, in the Cloth Market, is one of the city`s oldest drinking places and it also claims 17th century Royal connections. The History of The Old George When Charles I was being held by the …

The Busby Stoop Inn, at Kirby Wiske – a village near Thirsk in North Yorkshire – takes it odd name from the 18th century owner Thomas Busby and the hangman’s gibbet across the road from where …

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