Dinefwr Castle (Newton House)

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The ‘White Lady’ is seen here; she is believed to be the ghost of Lady Elinor Cavendish, a woman forced into a marriage which she attempted to escape from. It is said that her suitor caught up to her here and murdered her where she has been seen ever since. She is seen gliding throughout the manor, muffled voices can be heard, strange scents are picked up, and electronic devices can be played with.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

Carmarthenshire SA19 6PF
United Kingdom

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51.87685482240272, -4.018214464231278
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