On the shores of Loch Fyne, Inveraray Jail is recognized as one of the most haunted buildings in Scotland with many reported ghost sightings. It is a popular destination for paranormal investigators, including TV's Most Haunted.
Visitors and guests at Carnfield Hall have said they have seen figures out of the corner of their eyes. Two unrelated guests, on separate occasions both described the same ghostly religious figure sat in a window seat in the dinning room.
The Georgian House Hotel has gained a reputation for being haunted by several resident ghosts. The ghosts of two children have been seen on the upper floors with a manageress even holding a conversation with them on one occassion.
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.
Layer Marney Tower is considered to be one of the most haunted buildings in the UK, situated in Essex it is an impressive Tudor building. Construction of the building was started by Lord Henry Marney but died in 1523 before the project was finished.
South Pittsburg Municipal Hospital opened in 1959 in South Pittsburg, Tennessee. On the deserted first floor a tricycle is said to move up and down the corridors ridden by an unseen child, and has also been known to vanish and appear on different floors of the hospital.
The Ragged School Museum is located in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. Over the last seventeen years there have been paranormal reports from visitors and staff, ranging from apprehensive feelings to the sounds of phantom footsteps.
After relocating to Connecticut for medical treatment, the Snedeker families eldest son started to complain of seeing shadows and hearing voices in the house. Not long after this, the paranormal activity began to effect the rest of the family.
Bisham Abbey, near Marlow, is a Tudor mansion which has long been known to be haunted. An Abbey formerly occupied the site, now only the adjoining mansion remains. Built around 1260 it was used by the Knights Templar.
Located in a huge Victorian industrial building the Gladstone pottery Museum has the feel of a labyrinth about it. There have been a significant number of paranormal sightings and manifestations here throughout the buildings history.
Avebury Lodge was once the home of Sir John Lubbock, First Baron Avebury, and a Gentleman who kindly invented Bank Holidays and owned much of the Stone circle. A former occupier believed Avebury Lodge to be the most haunted house in England.
I live in Thornton about 30 minutes from Chingle Hall, when growing up I read a story about the hall in one of Uri Geller's magazines. Once I found out that Chingle hall was so close, I decided that when I was old enough to drive I would go there with my friends.