Category: Hauntings

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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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Miller’s Tomb

John Oliver built his tomb, known as the ‘Miller’s Tomb’, at Highdown Hill while he was still alive. It is said that he wanted to be buried in it upside down so as to...

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Th’ Pob Hole, Springhead

A pit in a farmer’s field at Springhead called ‘Th’ Pob Hole’ was thought to be a dark place where a local witch named Nan o’ Pob’s committed suicide. Her ghost is said to...

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The Stadium Of Light

The Stadium Of Light is the 49,000 spectator capacity home ground for the Sunderland Association Football Club. It is built on the site of the old Wearmouth Colliery which opened in 1835 and closed...

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John Whitfield A6 Ghost

It has been suggested that the ghost of John Whitfield, a highwayman hung in chains by Barrock Fell can be heard crying for help. In his book ‘Bygone Cumberland and Westmorland’ (1899), Daniel Scott...

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Tillington Headless Horse & Pig

According to ‘Some West Sussex Superstitions Lingering in 1868’ by Mrs Latham, “We have amongst us ghosts even of the brute creation; a headless horse tears madly up and down a lane in Tillington,...