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Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem, Nottingham

Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, Nottingham

This is one of Britain's most ancient drinking establishments dating back to 1189AD when King Richard I (The Lionheart) was crowned. The name of the pub (known as ‘The Pilgrim' before 1799) relates to this era and the third crusade which King Richard supported in 1190AD. It is thought that this pub may have been used by knights from Nottingham Castle before departing to the Holy Land. Read More »

York Castle

The castle was the scene of a strange hallucination in 1717. Sir John Reresby saw a piece of paper that was being blown by the wind turn into a monkey and then a bear. Perhaps an early discoverer of Opium.

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Yorkshire Hussar, York

Four decorators working late through the night saw a black cape clad figure pass them and disappear behind the bar where an old door had once been. The ghost was also known to smash glasses and overturn bar stools.

Ysbyty Gwynedd

Situated in the Penrhosgarnedd suburb of Bangor, Gwynedd, is the main hospital for North West Wales, Ysbyty Gwynedd. The hospital is allegedly haunted. Read More »



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