Haunted Houses

The magnificent Blickling Hall that stands today was built during the reign of King James I, by the Holbert Family, on the ruins of the old Boleyn family property. Blickling Hall has topped a National Trust poll as the Trust's Most Haunted Building.

When builders were brought in to do some repairs at Flitwick Manor, a wooden door was discovered which opened into a hidden room. After the room had been opened, staff at the hotel noticed an ominus change in the Manor's atmosphere.

Speke Hall is a fifteenth century Tudor house accompanied by impressive period features, beautiful gardens and its very own ghost. The Hall is run by the National Trust and has recently been visited by Living TV's Most Haunted team.

The Tolbooth Museum is one of Aberdeen's oldest buildings and one of the best-preserved 17th century gaols in Scotland. Ghosts have manifested themselves to staff and visitors over the years, with dark shadows accompanied by ghostly footsteps.

Rolling Hills Asylum has served as a research center into the paranormal, and hosted numerous Ghost Hunts. It was also home to the Rolling Hills Paranormal Research Society and has been featured in an episode of TV's Ghost Hunters.

Whaley House has been long known to be haunted. In fact, it is commonly referred to as the most haunted house in California, and is only one of two properties recognised by the United States government as being officially haunted.

The most haunted hotel in London is said to be the Langham Hilton Hotel. The paranormal activity and ghostly goings on became apparent whilst owned by the BBC. Reportedly there are at least five ghosts that make regular appearances.

The Monte Cristo is an elegant Victorian homestead located in the southern New South Wales country town of Junee. Over the years there have been countless reports of paranormal activity in the house and surrounding grounds.

The White House has long had a reputation for being haunted, and according to legend, by the ghosts of dead former Presidents and First Ladies. The ghosts  have been seen and heard on numerous occassions over the years by high profile people.

Nunnington Hall is a country house in North Yorkshire. Children's voices have been heard and books have been thrown across the room by unseen entities. TV's Most Haunted visited Nunnington Hall and also witnessed the paranormal activity.

Word of a haunting at Ham House first appeared in 1879 in a written account by Augustus Hare. Elizabeth's ghost was first seen scratching a wall by the butler's 6 year old daughter and often has been seen wandering the corridors ever since.

Fort George saw many battles during the war of 1812, with a huge loss of life to the residing British Forces. The violent deaths that occurred here seemed to have left an imprint on the environment, with high levels of paranormal activity being reported.

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