Castle Rising

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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 shown up in photographs.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

Castle Rising
King's Lynn PE31 6AH, United Kingdom

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52.79326983998141, 0.46896805554195
Nearest Towns:
Castle Rising, UK (0.8 mi.)
North Wootton, UK (1.6 mi.)
South Wootton, UK (2.4 mi.)
Wolferton, UK (2.8 mi.)
Gaywood, UK (3.3 mi.)
Sandringham, UK (3.4 mi.)
Grimston, UK (3.9 mi.)
Hillington, UK (4.1 mi.)
Flitcham, UK (4.1 mi.)
Dersingham, UK (4.1 mi.)


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