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HM Prison Leeds, Armley

HM Prison Leeds, also known as Armley Gaol, is a Category B men's prison dating from 1847. It was also a site of execution, with its last hanging taking place on 29 June 1961.

It would appear that there have been a number of haunt like experiences reported from Armley Gaol, including apparitions seen to be wearing old uniforms (both prison officers and military), the sound of footsteps and a light seen moving around the cells.

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Re: HM Prison Leeds, Armley

Check out the Jules Paranormal website for a more in depth view and witness accounts.

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