Before Borley Rectory in Essex was burnt to the ground in an accidental fire, it held the title of the most haunted place in the UK.
List Of Haunted Places In The East Of England
Opened in 1810 on what was originally Dead Street, a site of mass death due to disease and fire, the school, which is now a museum is said to be haunted by its dark past.
This building may not be as old and historic as others on this list, but still the multiplex cinema is reported to be a paranormal hotspot.
Felbrigg Hall in Norfolk resident is the formed home of William Windham III, who was obsessed with books.
Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse is now a popular museum, but it opened as a house of industry in 1777. It housed the poor in exchange for labor on the farm
A historic house in Cambridgeshire with its routes in the 11th century, that was ravaged by a serious fire in 1830.
The 1950s nuclear bunker is spread over three floors and is accessible through a 100 meter long access tunnel from an ordinary looking cottage, on closer inspection it's clear the cottage is far from normal, built with thick concrete walls and windows protected by steel shutters.
Kings Theatre in Newmarket is said to be haunted by a dark sinister entity roaming the building, as well playful female spirit named Gladys.
Norwich station was originally named Norwich Thorpe and has been helping the people of Norfolk get around the county and into London since 1844.
Also known as "The Demon Church," St Botolph's had links to Satanic groups in the 1970s and 80s, and as it's now abandoned has become a popular location for paranormal investigators.
The Cage in Essex has been called Britain's most haunted house and is said to be haunted by the dark spirits of condemned witches, incarcerated criminals and plague victims.
A ghostly apparition of a Georgian lady has been reported at Holy Trinity, she's been blamed for turning the church lights on and off.
There are so many reports of paranormal activity in the building, that used to be a police station and small prison, that some people refuse to enter alone at night, and even in the daytime.
The Red Lion, dating back to 1465, has such a prolific history of hauntings that for many years the management have enforced a strict preventing staff from mentioning the ghost, fearing the tales might scary away customers.
Also known as Cold Christmas Church, after a nearby lane, the building dates back to 1086 and has been the scene of several ghost sightings, the most famous of which occurred in 1978.
True's Yard is now a fishing museum, housed within two 18th century fishing cottages.
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