Haunted Places in the UK & Ireland
Browse this section of the site to read up on some of the most haunted places in the England, UK and Ireland. If you would like to contribute a haunted location to this section please submit haunted places here, we’d be very happy to hear about it.
To get started right away you can navigate by either the type of haunted place, the City, or County below. Or alternatively you can click on a region on the map to the right. Happy ghost hunting!
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Brief History Dover Castle is a Medieval castle built in the 12th Century in Kent, England. Records show there has been a fortified site here since Saxon times, and its key defensive position has seen it in the past often referred to as the “Key to England”. Built to protect England’s shores from marauding pirates and later, Napoleon’s army, it’s now best known for its role in WWII and its ‘secret’ underground command centre, often frequented by Winston Churchill when he was Prime...read more
Introduction The ghost of Blue Bell Hill, is one of the most famous ghost stories ever to come out of Kent. It has been reported in a number of national newspapers over the years, with many repeat experiences. Unsuspecting motorists have witnessed a woman running out in front of their cars late at night, often locking eyes with them before being hit and vanishing. No evidence of a collision has ever been found, nor has there ever been a victim found either. It is believed to be the ghost of a woman who died in a tragic car accident in 1965,...read more
Speke Hall History Speke Hall is a half timber framed mansion (one of the most famous in Britain) that sits on the banks of the River Mersey. The house was originally built over 400 years ago by the devout Catholic Norris family. The family lived here for over 200 years until the final female descendant married into the Beauclerks family. The Beauclerks later sold the property and its estate to the Watt family in 1795. The last female heir of the Watt family inherited the estate and returned to live here in 1878 and did so up until her death...read more
Brief History of Plas Teg Plas Teg is a Jacobean country house located in Flintshire, between the towns of Mold and Wrexham. The house was built in 1610 by Welsh politician Sir John Trevor I (1563 – 1630), for his family and him to live in. It served as a home for the Trevor family until the death of Sir Trevor’s wife, Lady Margaret Trevor, and the outbreak of the English Civil War, which saw the family leave the home and move to one of their many other properties. The property was tenanted out during this time. The Trevor’s...read more
Brief History With records of Bolling Hall dating back to the Domesday book of 1086, the current house is one of the oldest in all of Bradford. It had served as a family home for over 5 centuries from 1316 when the hall was taken over by William Bolling. The Bolling family owned the estate until sometime in the late 15th century when the Tempests took over. They resided here for over 50 years until it exchanged hands once again in 1649. It then went on to change hands several times and was Let out as apartments for a short period, until it was...read more