The Bell Hotel

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The former owner of the hotel, Angelina, was pushed down the stairs by her lover when he learned she was pregnant. She is still here, as are two other spirits that can’t seem to cross over. The first is the spirit of a little girl looking for her family, the other is a man named Marshall, desperately searching for his lost horse. Guests have experienced sudden and unexplained pain in their shoulders and seeing figures in their peripheral vision.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

The Bell Hotel
Buckinghamshire MK18 3AB, United Kingdom

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51.941091473859885, -0.8814743756713597
Nearest Towns:
Winslow, UK (0.9 mi.)
Little Horwood, UK (1.5 mi.)
Addington, UK (1.6 mi.)
Adstock, UK (1.6 mi.)
Grandborough, UK (1.7 mi.)
Great Horwood, UK (1.9 mi.)
Swanbourne, UK (2.1 mi.)
East Claydon, UK (2.3 mi.)
Mursley, UK (2.8 mi.)
Nash, UK (3.2 mi.)


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