Haunted Places in dilwyn, Herefordshire



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    Ludlow Castle

    Ludlow, Shropshire

    14.1 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    A woman named Marion La Bruyere would lower a rope for her lover; one night, her lover betrayed her. He and his army used this rope to storm the castle, but La Bruyere slit his throat, then killed herself by jumping from the tower. she is screaming as if she ...


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    Feathers Hotel

    Ludlow, Shropshire

    14.3 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    One guests in room 211 was dragged out of bed and later found herself drenched in water. In rooms 232 and 233, a man and his dog are seen. One rumored ghost involved a naked woman walking the streets who only appears to men. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Baskerville Hall

    dilwyn, Powys

    14.3 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    A figure known as "The White Lady" is seen in the rose garden and an unidentified man is spotted on the main staircase. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Hellens Manor

    dilwyn, Herefordshire

    20.4 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    A family disowned their daughter, Hetty, after she eloped. When she returned to her family, they locked her away in the house for thirty years. Hetty is seen walking around the manor as is the ghost of a Cromwell-era priest, and a naval lieutenant. Submitted by Chris Berglund


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    Skirrid Mountain Inn

    dilwyn, Monmouthshire

    21.5 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    The Skirrid Mountain Inn is the oldest Welsh pub (built over 900 years ago). Once a court where people were condemned, the judge himself (referred to as 'The Hanging Judge') is believed to be on the upper floors wandering; the hangman who worked alongside the judge is believed to still ...


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    Tretower Court and Castle

    Tretower, Powys

    24.7 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    A woman is seen in Room 2; she is believed to Mary Anne Vaughan, still waiting for her husband, Roger, to come home. Submitted by Chris Berglund


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    Littledean Jail

    dilwyn, Gloucestershire

    30 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    It's common to hear children crying in the lower sections. A man in a green uniform is seen in the courtroom and the former jailer is said to throw people around. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Drakelow Tunnels

    Cookley, Worcestershire

    30.5 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    Once used for war, the tunnels became used as a nuclear bunker. Shadows with a dark mass are seen and ectoplasmic mist is shows up in pictures. Six deaths are said to have happened down here and they could possibly be the spirits people encounter. In the canteen area, a ...


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    St. Briavels Castle

    Saint Briavels, Gloucestershire

    32.2 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    King John's bedroom was once used as a courtroom where many were sentenced to death; visitors have described an odd and unexplainable atmosphere in here. In this room, a baby is also heard crying. Guests who visit the Hanging Room have described the sensation of being choked, like the prisoners ...


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    Maesmawr Hall Hotel

    dilwyn, Powys

    32.7 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    An ancient, nearby Roman road was said to be the site of a ghostly army marching by. An Elizabethan housekeeper has been seen and strange light anomalies are also common. The current owner has reported strange banging noises and unexplained voices. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Gregynog Hall

    Tregynon, Powys

    33.5 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    This estate has been present since the twelfth century, but the building, as it is today, was built in the 1840s. While it is a popular tourist site, many guests and employees have seen a woman on the top floor; she is believed to have been a nurse in the ...


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    Ye Olde Black Cross

    Bromsgrove, Worcestershire

    35.4 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    A cavalier has been reported in the bar and lounge. Sometimes, objects are thrown around. Room 2 is said to be the most active site here. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    The Edward Jenner Museum

    Berkeley, Gloucestershire

    38.3 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    A recent photo taken in the attic caught what appeared to be a man sitting in a chair. Many believe that the ghost of Edward Jenner himself, father of modern vaccination, resides in his old home and is likely to be the figure in the photo. Another spirit has been ...


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    Berkeley Castle

    Berkeley, Gloucestershire

    38.4 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    The castle used to have a foul pit where animal carcasses, and occasionally that of a human, were dumped. Some prisoners were locked in a nearby cell where the stench itself was enough to make them ill and soon die. One prisoner was King Edward II who managed to survive ...


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    Brightstone Road

    Rubery, England

    39.4 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    Screams are sometimes heard early in the morning. A crying boy has also been seen. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Mill Street

    Prestbury, Gloucestershire

    39.5 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    A headless horsemen is seen riding down this street. He was knocked off of his horse, interrogated for his political connections, then beheaded. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Fitz Manor

    Fitz, England

    39.6 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    A homosexual preist is said to have been crucified in the dining room and is now commonly seen after his death. A lady has been seen in the red room and the cemetery, and the smell of tobacco is picked up throughout (believed to come from the ghost of a ...


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    Llancaiach Fawr Manor

    Trelewis, Merthyr Tydfil

    40.2 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    The most commonly encountered occupant here is "Mattie", a former housekeeper from the 19th century, said to still be in the room in which she died. A Little boy is also said to be here, tugging on visitor's clothing. The ghosts here also make a common appearance on video or ...


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    Dudley Castle

    Dudley, West Midlands

    40.3 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    The most famous ghost here is the Grey Lady. Dorothy Beaumont, thought to be the aforementioned phantom, died during childbirth and demanded to be buried next to her child and that her husband not attend the funeral. However, neither of her wishes were granted and she still wanders about, sometimes ...


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    Dudley Castle

    Dudley, England

    40.4 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    A woman called 'The Grey Lady' died from grief after her daughter's death. She has been seen throughout and a photograph recently surfaced believing they had caught her image. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    The Station Hotel

    Dudley, West Midlands

    40.4 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    A female servant named Elizabeth was murdered by the hotel manager; she is the most commonly seen ghost here. A writer who knew of Elizabeth's murder, two children, and a man sitting in Room 214 have also been picked up here. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Woodchester Mansion

    dilwyn, Gloucestershire

    41.2 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    The chapel is said to have the most activity; it is said that Satanic rituals once took place in here and with it. A tall apparition as well as an element have settled in, possibly because of it. Other figures around the mansion include an elderly woman who grabs visitors, ...


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    Owlpen Manor

    dilwyn, Gloucestershire

    42.4 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    Four ghosts have made their presence known here: the first if that of Queen Margaret of Anjou who returned here in death because of the joy it brought her in life. In the east wing, a monk in black; people are unsure whether or not he was fleeing from a ...


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    Craig-y-Nos Castle

    dilwyn, Powys

    42.6 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    The former owner, Adelina Patti, is commonly reported here, as are her second husband, Nicolini, and the composer, Rossini. The Top Children's Ward is the most active; it was once a recovery center for children with tuberculosis, however, many never recovered. Children are seen and heard giggling, and objects are ...


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    Ancient Ram Inn

    Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire

    43.7 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    Supposedly the site of many pagan rituals when it was first built, this site is location to a woman who can be found in "The Witch's Room". She was accused of witchcraft in the early 16th century and later burned at the stake, but remains here. Another room, "The Bishop's ...


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    Caerphilly Castle

    Caerphilly, Caerphilly

    44.6 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    The spirit of Alice of Angouleme, called 'The Green Lady', was caught in an affair and died having learned the news that her lover had been executed. She is still seen throughout the castle still mourning her lost love. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Birmingham and Midland Eye Centre

    Birmingham, England

    44.9 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    Security footage caught a grey phantom that staff and security believed was responsible for triggering a burglary alarm. Crying has also been heard and the ghost of a ward sister was also seen. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    New Alexandra Theatre

    Birmingham, England

    45.5 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    Leon Salberg, once a manager to this locale, died in this building and has been seen here ever since. A former head of the wardrobe department, a man in a top hat, a grey lady, a stage manager who jangles his keys, and entity who drains from electrical equipment have ...


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    Aston Hall

    Birmingham, England

    47.1 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    A woman who was locked upstairs (either by a jealous who caught her having an affair or by her father who caught her trying to elope) where she spent the rest of her days. Guests have reported her as well a young man who hung himself on the property. The ...


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    Castell Coch

    Tongwynlais, Wales

    47.7 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    A lady in white is seen here, thought to be the wife of the Third Marquis of Bute; however, her spirit has supposedly been reported before her time. Some believe it is a woman who is looking for her child. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Four Crosses Inn

    Four Crosses, Staffordshire

    48.2 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    Ghosts of children are seen and heard. In the washrooms, a woman and a soldier are seen. Objects move by themselves (even if they are too heavy for a human to carry). (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Petty France Manor

    Petty France, South Gloucestershire

    48.7 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    The two most well-known ghosts are that of Amelia (who died during childbirth) and is known for making the chandelier swing around, and that of a man who sits alone in the dining room appearing and disappearing spontaneously. Many others ghosts are thought to frequent here. Submitted by Chris Berglund


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    The Dower House, Stoke Park

    Stoke Gifford, South Gloucestershire

    49.6 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    The ghost of Lady Elizabeth Somerset is reported to knock three times at her memorial if she is present (she died after falling from her horse). Some people report seeing her and other report the sound of horse hooves. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Llandaff Cathedral

    Cardiff, Wales

    49.8 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    Llandaff itself is said to be an unusually active suicide spot. Some of the ghosts wander around this place in the form of shadows. Ghostly monks, soldiers, and children have also been seen. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    The National Museum Cardiff

    Cardiff, Cymru

    49.9 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    Lord Ninian Edward Crichton-Stuart died tragically in battle during World War I; he is said to be here, generally more often near election nights. The museum architect, Dunbar Smith, had his ashes interred here, but due to renovations, the remains were moved. Smith now haunts the corridors and causes a ...


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    Cardiff Castle

    Cardiff, Wales

    50.3 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    Items in the stockroom and heavy furniture have moved on their own. The Second Marquis of Bute died here and is seen in the chapel wearing a red coat. The apparition of his wife, Sophia, has been seen floating on the castle grounds. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Pype Hayes Hall

    Birmingham, England

    50.6 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    This home has a history of tragedy ranging from a lovers' suicide pact, to a man who died of heartbreak when he found out about his wife's affair; the woman in the pact and the heartbroken man are both reported here. One strange report involves a man in a black ...


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    Pembroke Road, Clifton

    Bristol, City of Bristol

    50.6 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    This street used to be used as a gallows. Two of the reported ghosts include that of a phantom dwarf and a beggar named Jenkins Protheroe. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Miskin Manor

    dilwyn, Wales

    50.8 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    In the Oak Room, a man who is thought to be the former 'Lord of the Manor' is seen. Two females are reported: the first is a little girl who occupies the garden and one of the bedrooms, the second is a woman in the bar and drawing room. She ...


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    All Saints Church

    Bristol, City of Bristol

    50.9 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    A monk is said to wander around here and a very vicious elderly has been known to cause fear in those who visit. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    University of Bristol - Tyndall Avenue

    Bristol, England

    51.3 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    Students commonly report a headless horseman while walking along Tyndall Avenue. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Odeon Cinema

    City Centre, City of Bristol

    51.6 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    A former manager, Robert Parrington Jackson, was murdered here back in 1946. Cold spots, unnerving feelings, and sometimes, his apparition are all reported. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    The Hatchet

    Bristol, Avon

    51.7 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    The ghost of a highwayman is said to be here. Most of the phenomena is in the cellar or older portions of the building. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Brandon Hill

    Bristol, City of Bristol

    51.7 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    Supposedly, the ghost of a drummer boy is reported to be here. Locals will sometimes hear his drumming at night. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    The Rummer

    Bristol, City of Bristol

    51.7 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    The ghost of a girl in a nightgown has been reported here. She is said to have died of pneumonia during the Elizabethan era. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Nanteos Mansion

    Dyffryn Paith, Ceredigion

    51.8 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    In the nearby forest, listen for a harp player; this said to come from the ghost of a man named Gruffydd Evans. A man seen near the lake (believed to be David Rowland, having drowned here in 1899); he waves his arms as if he is herding animals. Inside, many ...


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    Bristol Old Vic

    Bristol, City of Bristol

    51.8 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    A woman from the 18th Century (believed to be actress Sarah Siddons or Sarah Macready) haunts here. She is said to haunt the theatre, particularly backstage. Other reports detail a phantom stagehand who will move objects around. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Llandoger Trow

    Bristol, City of Bristol

    51.9 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    The 1664 Llandoger Trow pub building is rumored to have been the inspiration for the Admiral Benbow in Robert Louis Stevenson’s "Treasure Island" and the place where Daniel Defoe met Alexander Selkirk, his inspirition for "Robinson Crusoe." Some believe the pub may even have been visited a time or two ...


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    The Granary

    Bristol, City of Bristol

    51.9 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    A man in Victorian garb is said to haunt the upstairs areas; he is believed to have fallen down a lift shaft. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    SS Great Britain

    Bristol, City of Bristol

    51.9 miles from dilwyn, UK-F7

    Former captain, John Gray is heard dragging his boots around the deck, going up and down the stairs. A Victorian woman has also been sensed on deck and sometimes, the energy on here has made people sick to their stomachs. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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