Haunted Places in dogdyke, Lincolnshire



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    RAF Metheringham

    dogdyke, Lincolnshire

    7.1 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    A young woman is often reported on the side of the road trying to get help. She'll often get into the vehicle of the driver (if permitted), but vanish before she reaches her destination (as well as leave behind a foul odour). She is believed to be a young woman ...


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    RAF East Kirby

    East Kirkby, Lincolnshire

    9.1 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    The control tower has the most activity; people report hearing footsteps and feeling like they aren't alone. Numerous accidents have taken place here and those victims might be the ones responsible. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Bradley Wood

    dogdyke, North East Lincolnshire

    31.3 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    Supposedly, a solemn looking woman (known as "The Black Lady") is seen here. She is reported to sometimes show up on camera. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Castle Rising

    dogdyke, Norfolk

    34.3 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    Former French royalty, Queen Isabella, was thought to be responsible for the death of King Edward II (see: Berkeley Castle). After his death, she lived the rest of her life here and was said to have gone mad. People have heard screaming and maniacal laughter. Apparitions and mist have also ...


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    Sandringham House

    dogdyke, Norfolk

    34.4 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    Poltergeist activity is reported here; books fly off of shelves, blankets are pulled, footsteps are heard, cold blasts of air are felt, lights turn off and on, and a wheezing noise is heard. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery

    Peterborough, Peterborough

    35.4 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    Before it was a museum, this was a World War I hospital. An Australian named Thomas Hunter has been seen here since hours after his passing in 1916; he is usually on the staircase. In the cellar, a hooded figure slams doors and throws objects. Some five other ghosts are ...


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    Peterborough Museum

    Peterborough, Peterborough

    35.4 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    With a trip here, you might find yourself face to face with Thomas Hunter, who died during World War I. A sword in the gallery is to have a Roman soldier attached to it; another dark presence is on the first floor by recreation or period shops. Objects are thrown, ...


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    The Galleries of Justice

    The Shire Hall High Pavement, Nottinghamshire

    40.3 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    In the Entrance Hall, the spirits of a soldier, a lady, and a Victorian gentleman are seen. In the court, knocking is heard and shadows are seen. In the Cell Corridor, odd noises such as footsteps, keys rattling, and doors slamming are heard. The laundry room is known for random ...


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    Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem

    Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

    40.7 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    Claiming to be England's oldest pub, glasses have been smashed by themselves, the scent of perfume fills the air (when no one is around), and a variety of ghosts have been reported here ranging from soldiers to evil entities. People who use the underground tunnels will sometimes report feeling violently ...


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    Pleasley Vale Mills

    Pleasley Vale, Nottinghamshire

    42.8 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    Once used to make silk, the mills have since been replaced with an office. In the dye room, people reported the ghost of an abusive supervisor who is said to have murdered a woman who would often appear in Mill 1's top floor. Mood swings, nausea, and disorientation are reported ...


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    The Talbot Hotel

    Oundle, Northamptonshire

    43.1 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    A lady in black is known to appear and vanish by the staircase. She is rumored to be Mary, Queen of Scots. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Annesley Hall

    dogdyke, Nottinghamshire

    43.6 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    Two ghosts named Elizabeth and William are said to be here. A ghostly fog has also appeared in photographs. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Raynham Hall

    dogdyke, Norfolk

    45.7 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    Quite possibly the most famous ghost photo was taken at this location. The ghost of Lady Dorothy Walpole (referred to as 'The Brown Lady') has been seen here since the 1830's. She has been throughout the building wearing a brown dress. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Belgrave Hall

    Leicester, Leicester

    48.4 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    A team of investigators claim that multiple spirits reside here including a Victorian woman usually seen on the staircase or by the garden, a man in one of the upstairs rooms (who is apparently a very negative force), a child and a chef that both died of Tuberculosis, and a ...


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    Renishaw Hall

    Renishaw, Derbyshire

    49.5 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    One of the first floor bedrooms is the site of a 'Phantom Kisser', or a man who will awaken sleeping women by kissing them. An older woman in blue has also been reported here. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    The Guildhall

    Leicester, Leicester

    49.9 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    The library is known for the White Lady (who is also said to move furniture around). In the courtyard, a ghostly cat and dog are seen, a cavalier is reported, and the spirit of a policeman has made his presence known. Burglar alarms are also known to go off for ...


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    Saltmarshe Hall

    Saltmarshe, East Riding of Yorkshire

    50 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    From the early 19th century to mid-1970s, one family owned this estate, but all died off (some were known for their eccentric behaviours). The cellar and servant's quarters are where most ghost hunters hear noises, pick up EMF readings, or witness full-bodied apparitions. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Conisborough Castle

    Conisbrough, England

    50.6 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    The White Lady is seen near the ledge in which she fell to her death; a phantom monk has also been seen wandering about. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Elvaston Castle

    dogdyke, Derbyshire

    51.4 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    The ghost the Grey Lady is said to be here. A maid who killed herself is also sometimes seen, as well as that of a gardener or gamekeeper. Submitted by Chris Berglund


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    Pomegranate Theatre

    Chesterfield, England

    51.8 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    The ghost of a lady in grey has been seen. Nothing is known about her. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Old Ferry Boat Inn

    dogdyke, England

    53.4 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    A woman named Juliet Tewsley hung herself on March 17th, 1050 after suffering from a case of a bad broken heart. She is said to return every March 17th on the eve of her suicide. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Lady Le Gros

    Beverley, England

    53.7 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    A Victorian gentleman, said to be the former landlord, was playful and had a habit of appearing and disappearing. Since a new landlady took over the pub, it is said that a psychic was brought here and laid his spirit (as well as others) to rest. Sadly, it was bulldozed in ...


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    The Jorrocks

    Derby, Derby

    54.2 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    Once the George Inn and Lafferty's Pub, a woman's skull is still here and said to come with poltergeist activity (when the skull was sent to be examined, similar activity followed in that location). (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Derby Gaol

    Derby, Derby

    54.6 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    In case you want to see the most activity, visit between October and December for a peak in occurrences. Around this time, you might see full-bodied apparitions in the corridors, become mysterously sick within the cells, feel suffocated, uneasy, and watched, all while encountering a variety of sinister ghosts including ...


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    The Manor Castle

    Sheffield, England

    54.9 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    A white figure has been seen here since the 1980's. He is described as wearing "wearing gaiters and a plumed hat" by the owner's daughter. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Kimbolton School

    Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire

    55 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    The ghost of Catherine of Aragon is seen here, having it once been her home. She is usually seen walking in the hall. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    The Muckleburgh Collection

    dogdyke, Norfolk

    56.1 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    Ghost lights have been seen near the World War I pill box and are thought to be ghosts of some women who were killed during the war. Odd noises and phenomenom are picked up near a Russian tank and are believed to be that of the museum founder, Berry Savory. (Submitted ...


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    The National Emergency Services Museum

    Sheffield, South Yorkshire

    56.5 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    Upstairs, a child will cling onto people; another spirit named Brian is heard in this area and a black fog is sometimes seen. A vicious spirit named Cain used to occupy a cell here; he is said to choke visitor, cause the temperature to drop, and smell of disinfectant. Another ...


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    The Grand Pavilion

    Matlock Bath, Derbyshire

    56.6 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    The wide variety of activity ranges from children who are seen or heard running down the halls, a woman seen peering out of the upper windows, a man walking his dog, two workers who were killed in the creation of this building, and various poltergeist phenomenon. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    The Bell Inn

    Thetford, Norfolk

    60.9 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    Former keeper, Elizabeth Radcliffe still haunts her old property, as does a hooded monk seen in the main suite bedroom. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    The Bell Inn

    Thetford, Norfolk

    60.9 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    Guests feel watched, smell perfume or grow cold here. They have reported seeing a monk in the main bedroom suite and have seen the former landlady, Elizabeth, in the drawing room. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    University of Cambridge

    Cambridge, England

    62.1 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    The University of Cambridge dates back to 1209 and has been ranked as one of the best universities in the world. With quite a history, it should be no surprise that Cambridge has had its share of paranormal reports. In the Old Master's Lodge, Henry Butts took his own life ...


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    Pontefract Castle

    Pontefract, England

    62.1 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    After 5pm, a monk is seen walking from what was the kitchen towards the Queen's tower. A little, raggedly girl is also thought to be here. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Wysing Arts Centre

    dogdyke, Cambridgeshire

    62.5 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    Once a home to another family before being turned into an art museum, one of the former homeowners is said to reside here. The original house is said to have burned down and killed the entire family. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Tutbury Castle

    Tutbury, Staffordshire

    63.9 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    Mary, Queen of Scots, was imprisoned here; staff have seen her on many occasions, usually between 10:15 and 11:00 at night. A knight is also said to be seen by John of Gaunt's Gateway and harasses employees and visitors. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Brownsover Hall Hotel

    Rugby, Warwickshire

    65 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    A rather cruel man nicknamed 'One-Handed Boughton’ continued his reign of terror even after his death. His ghost was so vicious, a team of clergymen attempted to exorcise his spirit, but he only returned later on. Footsteps, groaning, growling, and other unusual noises are still heard. Mysterious figures have also ...


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    Delapre Abbey

    Northampton, Northamptonshire

    65.9 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    In the fifteenth century, the Battle of Northampton took place here. Along with the ghosts of deceased soldiers, nuns are also reported here. In the cellar, objects move and voices are heard. The enery responsible for it isn't said to be a good one. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Wakefield Kirkgate Railway Station

    Wakefield, West Yorkshire

    67.2 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    The ghost of a woman in a Victorian dress has been seen wandering the area between Platform 1 and 2. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Coombe Abbey Hotel

    dogdyke, Warwickshire

    68.5 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    A hooded monk is seen, thought to be Abbott Geoffrey; Geoffrey was murdered in 1345 (perhaps he's the poltergeist also reported in the kitchen). A young woman named Matilda also has a history with this house. She had become pregnant by the master of the house, yet he refused to ...


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    Tamworth Castle

    dogdyke,

    69.8 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    The ghost of nun (called The Black Lady) has commonly been photographed in full apparition form. Another ghost, called The White Lady, is said to haunt the battlements which she threw herself from. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    The Maids Head Hotel

    Norwich, Norfolk

    69.9 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    The two most commonly reported spirits are those of a woman said to be a former (whose presence is detected by the smell of lavender) and an elderly man in the courtyard (thought to be a former mayor of the city). (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    York Guild Hall

    York, York

    70.6 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    The ancient City of York is famed for being one of (if not the) most haunted cities in Europe . York Guild Hall is one of York’s most historic and haunted locations, with its tales of ghostly black monks, dis-incarnate voices and shadowy figures. The York Guild Hall was built ...


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    Temple Newsam

    Leeds, West Yorkshire

    70.9 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    The reports here include am Edwardian-era figure who walks through walls, a child that can be seen and heard upstairs, and various shadows seen throughout the building. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Coundon Court

    dogdyke, England

    72.1 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    A nanny fell to her death here and had been seen by staff members on the staircase by the library. The founder of the academy, George Singer, has also been seen from time to time looking out the window. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Cross Keys Hotel

    Saffron Walden, Essex

    75.5 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    A ghostly woman believed to be Oliver Cromwell's mistress has been seen here. The apparition of a ghostly soldier is more commonly seen and heard in the corridors of the hotel. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Woburn Abbey

    dogdyke, England

    77.8 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    The Abbot of Woburn denounced the king and was hanged for his opinion; he was seen standing beside the old tree from which he hanged, yet, is no longer thought to be there. In the Butler's Pantry, a strange brown blur is seen (said to resemble a monk). Duchess Mary ...


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    The Swan Hotel

    Lavenham, Suffolk

    79.3 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    A marriage was going to take place out of wedlock, but the groom left the altar and the bride took her own life. She is most commonly seen in Room 15; it is here where she hung herself. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Warwick Castle

    Warwick, Warwickshire

    80.3 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    Sir Fulke Greville, a poet, playwright, and later, Commissioner of Treasury, restored this castle to the condition that it currently remains in, but was murdered by his servant after an argument ensued. Greville died here and has been seen in his former study room, sometimes standing in the shadows watching ...


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    Borley Rectory

    dogdyke, Essex

    80.4 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    Supposedly one of the most haunted locations in the United Kingdom, apparitions have appeared in photographs, objects have moved on their own, and out-of-place-looking figures have been witnessed all over the grounds of this house. Supposedly, a monk and nun tried to elope around here, but were caught and killed ...


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    Minsden Chapel

    dogdyke, Hertfordshire

    81.3 miles from dogdyke, UK-H7

    The ruins of this chapel are home to a phantom monk who said to ring bells (which do not exist anymore) and that of a nun who was murdered in a nearby tunnel system. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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