Temple Newsam

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The reports here include am Edwardian-era figure who walks through walls, a child that can be seen and heard upstairs, and various shadows seen throughout the building.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

Templenewsam Road
Leeds LS15 0AE, United Kingdom

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53.78430561001529, -1.4594510794995585
West Yorkshire
Nearest Towns:
Cross Gates, UK (1.2 mi.)
Whitkirk, UK (1.2 mi.)
Killingbeck, UK (1.5 mi.)
Knostrop, UK (1.7 mi.)
Knowsthorpe, UK (1.7 mi.)
Swillington, UK (2.1 mi.)
Seacroft, UK (2.3 mi.)
Woodlesford, UK (2.4 mi.)
Rothwell, UK (2.6 mi.)
Scholes, UK (2.8 mi.)


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  1. Temple Newsom is supposedly haunted by the Blue Lady. One of the Irwin family who built the house. Walks through walls etc. Not seen for many years now.

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