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Reportedly haunted locations in the United Kingdom
A 19th-century illustration of Cock Lane
. The haunting took place in the three-storey building on the right.
The following is a list of reportedly haunted locations in the United Kingdom.
- Ancient Ram Inn, in Gloucestershire. It has been featured on various paranormal television programmes.
- Belgrave Hall in Leicester, attracted attention in 1999 when a white figure was captured on CCTV. One theory is it is the daughter of a former owner.
Borley Rectory in 1892
- Chenies Manor House, a country house in the village of Chenies.
- The Chequers Inn, a pub in the town of Amersham.
- Cock Lane, a street in the town of High Wycombe.
- The Crown Inn, a pub in the village of Penn.
- Finnamore Wood, a forest near the village of Marlow.
- Four Ashes Road, in the village of Hughenden Valley.
- Fulmer, a village near the town of Gerrards Cross.
- Gerrards Cross, a town in south-east Buckinghamshire.
- The George and Dragon, a pub in the village of West Wycombe.
- The Greyhound Inn, a pub in the village of Chalfont St Peter.
- High Wycombe railway station, in the town of High Wycombe.
- Medmenham Abbey, a country house near the village of Medmenham.
- Missenden Abbey, a country house in the village of Great Missenden.
- The Royal Standard of England, a pub in the hamlet of Forty Green.
- St Lawrence's Church, in the village of West Wycombe.
- St Bartholomew's Church, in the village of Fingest.
- The White Hart, a pub in the village of Chalfont St Peter.
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