Arundel Castle

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Four main spirits are said to reside here: The first Earl of Arundel (who once oversaw this castle), a young woman who killed herself by jumping from one of the towers, The Blue Man who is usually located in the library (believed to be a Cavalier under the rule of King Charles I), and lastly, a bird-like creature whose appearance is said to be an omen of death. Other spectors have been reported in the kitchen, the ground floor, and other places around the castle.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

West Sussex

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50.85632927509837, -0.5538444693115707
West Sussex
Nearest Towns:
Arundel, UK (0.5 mi.)
Burpham, UK (1.7 mi.)
Houghton, UK (1.9 mi.)
Madehurst, UK (2.1 mi.)
Poling, UK (2.3 mi.)
Binsted, UK (2.6 mi.)
Lyminster, UK (2.7 mi.)
Walberton, UK (2.8 mi.)
Wick, UK (2.9 mi.)
Ford, UK (3.0 mi.)


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