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Black Abbey, Accrington

Three Cistercian monks were murdered by the inhabitants of Accrington in the late 13th century and according to tradition a local haunting dates back to this time. 'A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 6' (1911) gives the following information about the historical events.
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Hynd Brook House

According to John Fahey in an Accrington Observer article entitled 'Spooky tales of a haunted Hyndburn' (30 October 2003). 'Sue Brown, manager at Hyndbrook House sheltered accommodation in Dale Street, Accrington, claims residents often see a spectre of a man dressed in a brown suit. Read More »

Mecure Blackburn Dunkenhalgh Hotel and Spa

The 175 room, 4 star Mercure Blackburn Dunkenhalgh Hotel, is thought to be haunted by Lucette, a pretty, young, French governess for the Petre family who lived at Dunkenhalgh Hall when it was still a home. Read More »

Queensway, Accrington

According to John Fahey in his article entitled 'Spooky tales of a haunted Hyndburn' (Accrington Observer, 30 October 2003) 'A house in Queensway, Church, has terrified residents for years. Read More »

The Duckworth Hall, Oswaldtwistle

John Fahey gave the following account of the haunting at The Duckworth Hall in his 30 October 2003 article entitled 'Spooky tales of a haunted Hyndburn' which was was published in the Accrington Observer. Read More »

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