Haunted Places in bar hill, St. Helens



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    Hack Green Nuclear Bunker

    bar hill, Cheshire East

    7.7 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    Several apparitions are seen here, primarily, people who thought to be current workers, but disappear in an instant. Old phones are known to ring, but the phone's service has been disconnected entirely! In the theater, forces touch and grab visitors; overwhelming energy is known to make people sick or cause ...


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    Gladstone Pottery Museum

    Stoke-on-Trent, Stoke-on-Trent

    9.4 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    When visiting here, be sure to go to the Colour Room where poltergeist activity is a common occurence; those who rearrange the pots will encounter a barrage of objects being thrown. An elderly man believed to have died here still roams the grounds and footsteps are common in desolate areas ...


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    Combermere Abbey

    Combermere, England

    10.5 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    In 1891, one of the most famous ghost photos was captured in the library. It is believed that the ghost of Lord Combermere was captured sitting in his chair (while skeptics believe it might've been the exposure capturing someone who sat in the chair). (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    The Old Hall Hotel

    Sandbach, Cheshire East

    10.7 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    The site of this building was once a manor that was destroyed in fire; numerous guests awaken early in the morning because they have a sensation that the hotel is burning down. Two preteen prostitutes have been heard giggling and move objects around. In the Bar and Lounge, keep an ...


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    The Lion and Swan

    Congleton, Cheshire East

    13.5 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    In Room 20 and the rooms by it, guests have awoken to freezing conditions and hear scratching and banging. In the cellar, a child is heard crying. Some guests will experience a sense of dread out of nowhere. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Ancient High House

    Stafford, Staffordshire

    16.1 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    William Marson, a former worker here from the mid-nineteenth century, is seen in the shop room of the museum. He is said to wear an apron and a bowler cap. A man is seen walking up the stairs and EMF detectors will usually spike when his spirit is present. In ...


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    The Swan Hotel

    Stafford, Staffordshire

    16.1 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    Similar to the Swan Hotel in Lavenham, a jilted bride took her own life and now haunts here. She's reportedly seen in her white gown and has a reputation for even scaring employees away. Poltergeist activity is also reported and could very well be related to the burial site that ...


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    Hartford Hall

    Hartford, Cheshire West and Chester

    19 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    Before being converted into a hotel, it was a nunnery. Either here or at a local abbey was the site in which a nun was bricked behind a wall; she's here and terrifies the visitors. One guest reported seeing a smoke-like figure holding a Bible. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Alton Towers

    bar hill, Staffordshire

    19.5 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    The most active spot is in the area of 'Hex' where a woman in a Victorian dress is seen and where objects are tossed at guests. The music room is said to have a larger man in it whose footsteps can be heard and the corridors of the building are ...


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    Cannock Chase

    bar hill, England

    22.6 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    In the 1980's, there was an unusually high number of sightings related to 'black-eyed children', or children with eyes as black as coal. Recently, a girl with this description is being reported here. Some believe the children to be demonic. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Rowton Moor

    Christleton, Cheshire West and Chester

    23.3 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    In 1645, the Battle of Rowton Heath claimed the lives of countless. Royalist leader, Lord Bernand Stewart, died in the conflict and has been seen on horseback ever since. William Lawes, a court musician who also died in the battle, is still said to play his music. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Tatton Old Hall

    bar hill, Cheshire East

    23.5 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    Females should beware the spirit of a poacher named Tom, said to have a nasty reputation as a drunk and cruel person; he usually will target female guests and employees. A woman named "The Matriarch" is seen accompanied by a young girl, and in the spinning room, crying is frequently ...


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    Four Crosses Inn

    Four Crosses, Staffordshire

    24.3 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    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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    Fitz Manor

    Fitz, England

    25 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    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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    Shrigley Hall Hotel, Golf and Country Club

    bar hill, Cheshire East

    25.2 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    An apparition is seen walking into the bathroom. In the middle of the night, guests here banging and other strange noises. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Chester Walls

    Chester, England

    26 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    A Roman soldier was murdered by the parents of his lover. Since his death, he has been reported between the ampitheatre and Newgate. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Ye Olde Kings Head

    Chester, Cheshire West and Chester

    26 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    Children are heard running around; it is said that they were murdered by their father who was caught in the middle of a love affair. Items are thrown at guests and employees, doors open and close by themselves, lights turn off and on by themselves; there's a reputation that at ...


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    Thorntons PLC

    Chester, England

    26.1 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    A jilted bride named Sarah hung herself in this building. She would throw objects around and give guests and staff the sense of being watched. However, activity here might have stopped after one psychic has claimed to have crossed Sarah into the afterlife to be reunited with her lover. (Submitted by ...


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    Tissington Hall

    Tissington, Derbyshire

    26.3 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    A woman named Wilhemina caught on fire and died in Room 4. Guests have awaken to see her shadow at the foot of the bed, usually describing her as very unwelcoming. Her presence is accompanied by humming and a lavender scent. A male presence is also thought to be in ...


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    Stanley Palace

    Chester, Cheshire West and Chester

    26.3 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    The ghost of a woman named Elizabeth is said to manifest in old-fashion clothes. Other spirits include a man dressed in a World War II uniform, a lady with grey hair who is usually found around the piano, and a little girl who is thought to have died on the ...


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    The Pied Bull

    Chester, Cheshire West and Chester

    26.3 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    The cellar is haunted by a man who stumbled down a staircase while holding a knife. Staff members refuse to go down alone because they feel his presence. Ghostly chambermaids are also seen here, still attending to their work. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Chez Jules

    Chester, Cheshire

    26.4 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    Formerly the Old Fire Station, tales of a figure named 'Fireman Jack' reported a man dressed as a firefighter with a mustache, often smiling at the other firefighters. The site is now that of a French restaurant. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    George and Dragon

    Chester, England

    26.5 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    It is said that the ghost of a Roman soldier wanders around here, as the building was supposedly built on a Roman burial ground. Footsteps can be heard as if a group of people are marching, even late at night. Most of the activity is believed to come from Room ...


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    Tutbury Castle

    Tutbury, Staffordshire

    29.2 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    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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    Stockport Workhouse

    Stockport, Greater Manchester

    29.8 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    Now permanently closed, this building once used to be a hospital. One ghost that has shown up in photograph is that of a doctor with a mask over his face. Many other ghosts are reported including a woman who was either a nurse or a nun, and some darker energy ...


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    Plas Teg

    bar hill, Flintshire

    31 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    Many legends of death, murder, and suicide surround Plas Teg, but perhaps the most famous surrounds the Woman in White. While the identity of the ghost is often disputed between a woman who drowned or a woman who fell off of a horse, the figure (wearing white), is seen wandering ...


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    Speke Hall

    Liverpool, Merseyside

    32.2 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    There are ghosts that reside here including the White Lady, a ghost gardener from the 19th century, a priest, and a cavalier known to interact with visitors. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Ordsall Hall

    Salford, Greater Manchester

    33.4 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    The most well-known ghost is that of the White Lady; while her identity is often disputed, it is agreed that she died in a tragic and heartbroken manner. The ghost cams here, as well pictures from visitors, capture many full-bodied apparitions. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Winnats Pass

    bar hill, England

    33.6 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    A soon-to-be-married couple made a stop around, but were robbed and killed by a group of miners. The couple have been reported along the pass seeking help. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    The Hand Hotel

    Llangollen, Denbighshire

    33.7 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    A woman wearing grey is said to be seen seated at the organ. A man has also been reported in the cellar and is often mistaken for being alive while the spirit of a woman who died during childbirth is also reported long after her death. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    The Grand Pavilion

    Matlock Bath, Derbyshire

    34.3 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    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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    Valle Crucis Abbey

    bar hill, Denbighshire

    34.5 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    Built in the 13th century, not much remains except for the ruins of this abbey. However, faces and figures have been caught on photo or seen running about. Voices are heard chanting without any source; many monks are believed to still be here and there's even a held belief that ...


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    Royal Exchange Theatre

    Manchester, Greater Manchester

    34.5 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    Actor / director James Manxwell is reportedly still here since his death in 1995; he had a close association with being involved with shows put on since the mid-1970's. A Victorian woman is also seen here and is said to have "a passion to drink". (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Dudley Castle

    Dudley, England

    34.7 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    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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    Dudley Castle

    Dudley, West Midlands

    34.7 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    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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    The Station Hotel

    Dudley, West Midlands

    34.9 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    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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    Bodidris Hall

    Llandegla, Denbighshire

    35 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    Five spirits are reported to haunt here. Among them, a monk, a soldier, a child, a woman, and a dog have been encountered throughout the premise. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Derby Gaol

    Derby, Derby

    36.5 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    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 Gaumont Cinema

    Liverpool, Merseyside

    36.8 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    A woman who died during a game of bingo is said to remain here hoping to claim her reward and a man who hanged himself behind the screen is also reported. Bizarre shadows and lights are a common sight here. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Knowsley Hall

    Knowsley, Merseyside

    36.9 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    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 ...


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    The Jorrocks

    Derby, Derby

    36.9 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    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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    Tamworth Castle

    bar hill,

    37 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    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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    Saint James Mount and Gardens

    Liverpool, Merseyside

    38 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    The ghost of William Huskisson is reportedly seen limping around his mausoleum (he was the first man to be killed by a locomotive in 1830). Other ghosts are seen here in various portions of the cemetery. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    The Stork Inn

    Billinge, England

    38.2 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    A cavalier was murdered in the cellar and has been reported in the men's washroom. Guests report hearing his footsteps as well. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Newsham Park Hospital

    Liverpool, Merseyside

    38.3 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    Newsham Park Hospital used to be an orphanage before it housed the sick. It now lays abandoned, but photographs and investigations have picked up the presence of a child upstairs. The building is said to have an oppressive atmosphere and visitors should expect the sounds of someone running or dragging ...


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    Croxteth Hall

    Liverpool, Merseyside

    38.4 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    Recent security footage captured a figure in the bushes; the identity of it is said to either be Hugh William Osbert Molyneux, the 7th Earl of Sefton or William Philip Molyneux, 2nd Earl of Sefton (both are said to haunt here). Inside the building, a child is seen in the ...


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    Cammell Laird

    Birkenhead, Merseyside

    38.5 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    A flat-capped man in blue overalls is seen in the Construction Hall and an elderly woman has been reported near the kitchen. Other shadowy figures have been seen all over the premises. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Epstein Theater

    Liverpool, Merseyside

    38.7 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    Numerous suicides are said to have happened here. One figure seen here is a man who broke his neck (more often seen in the dressing rooms); his appearance usually signifies bad luck or tragedy about to occur. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Aston Hall

    Birmingham, England

    38.7 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    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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    Royal Court Theatre

    Liverpool, England

    38.8 miles from bar hill, UK-N1

    A caretaker named Les slipped on the icy roof and broke his leg, later dying of exposure to the cold. Whenever unaccountable events occur, figures show up in photographs, noises are heard, or something is seen, the saying is: "It must have been Les". (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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