Tissington Hall

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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 the cellar accompanied by the smell of tobacco. In the library, EVPs of a cat are picked up.

Submitted by Chris Berglund

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Geographic Information

Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 1RA
United Kingdom

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53.06790018615769, -1.7402269836059077
Nearest Towns:
Tissington, UK (1.3 mi.)
Thorpe, UK (1.3 mi.)
Parwich, UK (1.4 mi.)
Alsop En Le Dale, UK (1.5 mi.)
Bradbourne, UK (1.7 mi.)
Alstonefield, UK (2.7 mi.)
Alstonfield, UK (2.7 mi.)
Ilam, UK (2.8 mi.)
Kniveton, UK (2.9 mi.)
Ashbourne, UK (3.6 mi.)


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