Haunted Pubs

The Ram Inn in Wotton-under-Edge, is reputedly one of the most haunted houses in Britain. The Bishops room is considered to be the main focus of the haunting, with several different ghosts being sighted in this room over the years.

Avebury lies at the heart of England's most ancient and mysterious countryside. There have been reports of at least five different ghosts at the Red Lion Pub, located in the stone cirlce, with high levels of paranormal activity being recorded.

The Ostrich Inn has seen it's fair share of murders over the years, with over 60 committed here. Most famous of all were those committed in the 13th century by the landlord, Mr Jarman, who made a very profitable sideline by murdering his guests.

The Old Bell Hotel at Derby is a 17th century grade II listed building built around 1680 and steeped in history. TV's most haunted team has visited the Old Bell Inn and found plenty of evidence of paranormal activity at the location.

The Creaky Cauldron at 21 Henley Street is reported to be one of the most haunted and most frightening locations in the UK. The building is believed to have 40 different ghosts that regularly make their presence known.

The Black Swan Hotel in Devizes, Wiltshire is a traditional Coaching Inn. Room Four at the Black Swan Hotel is rapidly gaining a reputation as one of the most haunted bedrooms in the country. It is haunted by the ghost of a young woman.

The Red Lion Hotel is haunted by at least 3 different ghosts that have remained at the hotel long after their deaths. For over 200 years the hotel had an instant dismissal rule for any employees caught mentioning the ghosts, in case it scared customers off.

In Spitalfields, East London stands the most famous pub in Jack the Ripper history, the Ten Bells. Constructed in 1752 The Ten Bell was where several of the victims of Jack the Ripper drank most notably Catherine Eddowes and Mary Kelly.

The Viaduct Tavern is one of London's most haunted pubs, it dates from 1875, and is the last example of a late Victorian gin palace left in the City of London. The paranormal activity is not just restricted to the cells under Viaduct Tavern.

The New Inn in Northgate Street, Gloucester is a bar and hotel. The building dates back to the 14th Century and it was originally built to house pilgrims visiting the shrine of King Edward II at nearby Gloucester Cathedral.

York is one of the oldest cities in Britain and one of the most haunted. The Snickleway Inn is one of it's most haunted locations. Mediums have described the resident entity as a 'creature of great age and intelligence, surrounded by utter evil'.

The Garrick’s Head pub in Bath has a reputation for being haunted, with numerous firsthand accounts of supernatural happenings. It is haunted by a number of ghosts, most famously a shadowy figure that lurks by the entrance and the Grey Lady.

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