All Saints Church has a couple of notable spirits, those of Sir Charles Thomas Stnford and Lady Ellen Stnford.
List Of Haunted Places In The South East
This ancient woodland in Berkshire surrounds Bisham Abbey, which is said to be haunted by the ghost of Lady Hoby.
For over forty years Chartwell House was home to the former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and it is him who was the first to report a strange encounter in the country house near the town of Westerham.
Today Chislehurst Caves are a tourist attraction and although they are called caves, they are entirely manmade.
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.
Clapham Woods in West Sussex is one of the most active paranormal sites in the UK, it was the location of a spate of UFO sightings during the late 1960s and 1970s.
Pluckey in Kent holds the title of the most haunted village in the UK, and the local woods, known as the Screaming woods, contribute to this claim.
Records show that a settlement has existed on the site of Dover Castle since Saxon times, it has a history of involvement in pirates, Napoleonic battles, and even housed a secret underground command centre in the Second World War.
Elvey Farm Hotel is situated in Pluckley, a place which holds the title as the most haunted village in England, and the hotel is said to contribute to that accolade.
The library in Farnham is said to be haunted by the spirit of King Charles I.
The Fleur De Lys is the oldest pub in the New Forest and is said to be plagued by paranormal activity, which includes dark shadows moving through the bar, sudden and extreme drops in temperature, seats mysteriously shaking and unexplained noises.
Fort Amherst in Chatham is a historic military location that has seen a great deal in its past and is said to house plenty paranormal energy.
The Groundlings Theatre located in Portsea near Portsmouth is a popular location for ghost hunters with various paranormal events companies running events.
Chiltern Railways station on the main line between Beaconsfield and Saunderton is said to be haunted by they ghostly sound of footsteps.
Pluckley in Kent is said to be the most haunted village in the UK and one of its supernatural landmarks is said to be one of the most haunted stretches of road in the country.
There's a longstanding local legend about a man named George who died during the construction of this seaside cinema on the south coast.
On Senlac Hill near Battle, the site of the famous Battle of Hastings in 1066, the ground is said to bleed after a storm.
The most haunted church in the UK is a Grade I listed building in Surry, with surviving parts of the structure that date back to the Middle Ages.
The library in the University of Oxford is said to be haunted by the headless ghost of Archbishop William Laud, who was beheaded in 1645 following impeachment by the Long Parliament.
This church in Hampshire has a famous ghost, that of Florence Nightingale, who is said to roam the church and its grounds.
One of the most famous alleged photographs of a ghost was taken at St Nicholas in 1940.
It's no surprise that St Nicholas Church has a few ghost stories associated to it, as it's situated in Pluckley, which is said to be the most haunted village in the UK.
A stretch of the A22 between London and the Eastbourne area of the East Sussex coast, known as Caterham Bypass, is said to be extremely haunted .
The A229 runs through Kent along the path of a former Roman road.
The oldest part of the Clock House was built in the 12th century, it connects via a supposedly haunted panelled corridor to the Georgian part of the house. At the back of the house is a Victorian extension, and to the side Elizabethan outbuildings.
The Dolphin is an 18th century pub in the small seaside town on the West Sussex coast, Littlehampton, and it has a sinister history.
Like Chislehurst Caves, the Hellfire Caves are a manmade network of chalk mines, which extend a quarter of a mile underground near the village of West Wycombe.
The Kenton Theatre in Henley-On-Thames has been known for decades as one of England's most haunted stages, with an unwanted spirit has been blamed for breaking mirrors and turning lights on and off.
The Mermaid Inn is a Grade II listed inn in Rye, it dates back to 1420 and has 16th-century additions in the Tudor style.
With such a dark past, it's no wonder that The Ostrich Inn in Colnbrook is said to be haunted.
An 18th century inn in Finchampstead near Wokingham, with unsettling stories of plenty of resident ghosts.
The 11th century castle built on the bank of the River Medway is said to be haunted by the ghost of a local woman who, according to local legend, died there.
Windsor Castle dates back to the reign of William the Conqueror and is said to be home to many ghost, as well as plenty of monarchs throughout British history.
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