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The Mug House, Claines

Dating from the 15th century, The Mug House is one of only a few public houses standing on consecrated ground and was originally the ale house for Claines parish church. According to a Birmingham...

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The Commandery, Worcester

The Grade I listed Commandery in Worcester apparently has a reputation for haunt like experiences. According to a Birmingham Mail article by Helen Harper (19 May 2020) entitled ‘The most haunted places in Worcestershire:...

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Cardinal’s Hat, Worcester

Dating back to the 14th century, the Cardinals Hat is thought to e Worcesters oldest public house. It is also said to be haunted. ‘At the Cardinal’s Hat in Worcester, the ghost of a...

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Bromsgrove Tunnel Ghost?

There is a tunnel story attached to the now closed Wishing Well pub in Bromsgrove, though if true, it would be about 1.5 miles long. Quote: ‘a Grey Lady was reputed to walk along...

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Lake, Grafton Lane

The lake at Grafton Manor dates from the 16th century when it was created as a feature by John Talbot (Born 1545 – Died 1611). According to a quote ‘people have reported seeing a...

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Private Residential Property, Barnards Green

‘Ordinary homes can be haunted too, apparently. In 2005, Dawn and Andy Bradshaw and their children moved into their house in Barnards Green, Malvern, and sensed “something odd about the place”. The family heard...

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Priory House, Droitwich

Prory House is a timber framed building found on Friar Street. It is said to date from the mid 17th century, though the solar wing is thought to be older. According to Gary Bills-Geddes...