Three Ghostly Castles in England

Britain is a land saturated with history, convention and legend. It flaunts in excess of 1400 medieval strongholds over its farmland, a considerable lot of which are said to be frequented by apparitions, phantoms and other extraordinary events. Here is a magnificently ghoulish rundown of three of the best spooky mansions to visit…

Chillingham Castle

Charged as “The Most Haunted Castle in Britain”, Chillingham Castle in the area of Northumberland in Northern England is scandalous for a whole accumulation of fretful spirits. The most popular of the stronghold’s apparitions is the ‘Blue Boy’, whose horrifying cries are said to howl out at around midnight from a way inside the manor near one of the current self cooking lofts. A delicate light is then said to immerse a four-publication bed in the room close-by and a picture of the kid show up for a couple of brief seconds. Chillingly, the bones of a kid and pieces of blue attire were found taken cover behind a divider in the very region of the commotions quite a while back.

Old Wardour Castle

Worked in the fourteenth century, Old Wardour Castle in Wiltshire, Southwest England has been marked as England’s most sentimental palace. Set in disconnected farmland disregarding a lake the mansion was utilized as a film area for Kevin Costner’s Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves. Sundown however proclaims a through and through progressively evil side to Old Wardour for it is here where one Lady Blanche Arundell – a Royalist supporter amid the seventeenth century English Civil War – held out against Cromwell’s Roundheads with her hirelings in an attack that kept going about a month. The stronghold was in the long run caught by the Roundheads and Lady Blanche Arundell expeditiously detained and executed. It is said that she strolls from the château to the lake in the blurring sunshine as a chill overruns the air.

Berry Pomeroy Castle

Not a long way from Dartmoor National Park in Devon is the spooky palace of Berry Pomeroy. Presently a sentimental ruin this thirteenth century stronghold is home to various spooky happenings, the most regular of which is a locating of a White Lady. She shows up in obscurity prisons underneath the stronghold and over the palace bulwarks, her nebulous vision being accounted for as of late as 1987. The White Lady is believed to be the soul of Margaret Pomeroy who was detained in the prisons by her sister and made to gradually starve to death.

Updated: March 1, 2019 — 1:05 pm

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