Make an Encounter with a Spook in the UK
If you are looking for a spooky encounter, then the UK has everything that you need to get a fright. Here are the best places for a spooky time.
The Treasurer’s House
A workman that was repairing the cellar door in 1953, saw Roman soldiers marching through the walls of the cellar. It was later discovered that the house was built across the remains of Roman Road. Since then many have seen the hauntings of Roman soldiers.
The ruins of the castle tower of Corfe. The castle was destroyed during the English civil war. The occupants of the castle were on the losing side and the ghostly inhabitants were Royal murder victims. The legend is that Queen Elfrida murdered the 18 year old heir to the throne, Edward Aethling so that her son, Aethelred the Unready could rule.
Edward II was jailed later on and then murdered on the orders of his wife Isabella and her lover Mortimer.
There are plenty of restless spirits in Corfe.
Sir John Fastolf was owned the 4 777 acre Norfolk estate. He sold it to Geoffrye Boleyn the father of Anne Boleyn who married Henry VIII.…