Nunnington Hall

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A very strict mother loved her son, but locked her stepson in the attic. The stepson eventually disappeared (either escaping or being murdered), and soon the other child fell to his death. The heartbroken mother soon lost her sanity and long after her death, she and the two children are heard throughout here. Shadows are seen throughout, but particularly in the Paneled bedroom. Children’s voices are heard and doors are said to slam shut.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

Near York
North Yorkshire YO62 5UY, United Kingdom

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54.20679414692174, -0.9742299902129616
North Yorkshire
Nearest Towns:
Nunnington, UK (0.6 mi.)
Harome, UK (1.2 mi.)
Harum, UK (1.2 mi.)
Stonegrave, UK (1.7 mi.)
Nawton, UK (1.9 mi.)
Hovingham, UK (2.8 mi.)
Hovingham Spa, UK (2.8 mi.)
Great Edston, UK (3.0 mi.)
Salton, UK (3.0 mi.)
Oswaldkirk, UK (3.1 mi.)


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