Aldburgh Hall appears here, not because it is haunted, but because several centuries ago, there were apparently local rumours that it was. The Aldburgh estate was historically the property of Fountains Abbey. Following its...
Specific Location: Harrogate
The following story is taken from ‘The Haunted Homes and Family Traditions’ of Great Britain by John Ingram (1897. ‘On the southern slope of a picturesque valley, through which the Washburn pours its waters, stands the ruins of Dobb Park Lodge; a lofty, four-storied mansion of the Tudor period.
Swinsty Hall dates from the 16th Century and can be found on the banks of Swinsty Reservoir (built 1874).