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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.
There are a number of reportedly haunted locations in the United Kingdom.
Borley Rectory in 1892
- Borley Rectory in the village of Borley, Essex, England.
- The Black Lady of Bradley Woods is supposedly seen near Bradley, Lincolnshire.
- Brislington, once an attractive Somerset village but now a neighbourhood in Bristol, is reputed to have many ghosts.
- Brookside Theatre in Romford
- Bruce Castle in Tottenham, North London.
- Dartmouth, Devon, ancient maritime town has many ghost stories.
- Edge Hill, Warwickshire the location of the first battle of the English Civil War, the Battle of Edge Hill. Ghostly sightings and noises of the battle have been reported ever since the war.
- Ettington Park Hotel, a neo-Gothic building in Warwickshire.
- Hampton Court Palace, home of King Henry VIII of England. On 21 December 2003, CCTV footage allegedly showed someone in 16th-century clothes and no face closing a fire door that, though locked, was constantly being opened without anyone near it.
- RAF Metheringham is the location for the phenomenon known as the Metheringham Lass.
- Minsden Chapel, a ruin in Hertfordshire, is reputed to be visited at midnight on All Hallows Eve by a ghostly monk who climbs now-vanished stairs while the lost bells toll.
- The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall.
- Renishaw Hall, a stately home in Derbyshire.
- Tower of London
- The Royal Standard of England, a pub in Buckinghamshire.
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