Mysterious Britain & Ireland

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St Ninian’s Cave

St Ninian’s is a site of early Christian worship in Scotland and a site of pilgrimage. Local tradition has it that St Ninian would use the cave as retreat. Ninian (aka Trynnian or Ringan)...

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Tynron Doon

Tynron Doon is the site of the remains an Iron Age hill fort and if a local story is correct, a supposed haunt for a headless horseman. At a height of 948ft, the site...

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The Town Bridge, Christchurch

Town Bridge is another location in Christchurch that a Dorset Echo article entitled ‘Haunted Hotspots’ (10/12/2002), suggested a ghost had been spotted at. This bridge is thought to date from the 15th century and...

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Clay’s Light

In Halton Holegate, Lincolnshire, it is said that whenever someone in the village is about to die, a mysterious light will appear above their home. The origins of this legend stretch back to the...

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West Terrace, Buckler’s Hard

Buckler’s Hard is a hamlet and heritage attraction on the edge of the New Forest in the Beaulieu Estate. Since the 1700’s Buckler’s Hard has been known for ship building and amongst the many...

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Christchurch Priory, Christchurch

Larger than some cathedrals, the Grade I listed Christchurch Priory dates back to the 11th Century and is attributed to Ranulf Flambard (Born circa 1060 – Died 5 September 1128), then Dean of Twynham,...

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Priory House, Christchurch

Priory House is a Grade II listed property dating from 1763. It is associated with the merchant, amateur naturalist and director of the Bank of England, Gustavus Brander (Born 1720 – Died 21 January...