Knowsley Hall

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Butlers dressed in Victorian clothing are said to be on the premises as well as phantom cars that are seen in the front. The most well-known ghost here is a woman with black eye sockets believed to a banshee. She is said to roam the grounds of the location early in the morning.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

Knowsley Hall
Knowsley Estate
Prescot, Merseyside
L34 4AN, United Kingdom

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53.438119175032924, -2.837685880426079
Nearest Towns:
Knowsley, UK (1.0 mi.)
Borough Of Knowsley, UK (1.5 mi.)
Roby, UK (1.6 mi.)
Deysbrook, UK (1.9 mi.)
Prescot, UK (2.1 mi.)
Prescott, UK (2.1 mi.)
Eccleston, UK (2.4 mi.)
Huyton, UK (2.7 mi.)
Huyton With Roby, UK (2.7 mi.)
Huyton Quarry, UK (2.8 mi.)


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