Leeds Town Hall - Haunted History
Leeds, West Yorkshire
The Victorian town hall in the heart of the city was opened in 1858 and as well as housing a court and the bridewell cells, it is also said to be home to several hauntings, mostly in the old cells, which still exist in the buildings basement to this day. One of those most infamous ghosts is that of Charlie Peace, a murderer who was held in prison before being executed for his crimes. Elsewhere in the building, the spirits of dead politicians are said to roam.
Leeds Town Hall Map
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