A stretch of road running through Somerset is said to be haunted by a ghostly horseman who appears at various points along the A39 before disappearing.
List Of Haunted Places In The South West
The first burial took place at Arnos Vale Cemetery in 1839, it's a Grade II listed site of special historic interest.
Bodmin Jail was once a grim place which was home to murder, starvation and execution, not to mention the thousands of convicts that passed through its doors. Now the disused jail is one of Cornwall's best tourist attractions.
In the Bovey Heathfield Local Nature Reserve on the edge of Dartmoor an English Civil War battle is said to replay.
Bristol Cathedral is one of England's most famous medieval churches, it dates back to 1140 when it was founded as an Augustinian abbey and as you’d expect of a building which has seen so much, it has a ghost.
The library stands in College Green next to Bristol Cathedral, one of England's most famous medieval churches that dates back to 1140 when it was founded as an Augustinian abbey.
An area of woodland, just outside of Bath, between Bathford and Bradford-on-Avon, that takes its name from a folly tower of the same name, which was built in the middle of the woods in 1848.
It's claimed that the infamous occultist Aleister Crowley has been linked to the dilapidated Carn Cottage on the hill overlooking the village of Zennor in Cornwall.
On the south-west side of the Avon Gorge, overlooking the Clifton Suspension Bridge, one of Bristol’s most iconic landmarks, is Leigh Woods.
The Dolphin Inn on the harbour at Penzance is a historic English pub reportedly haunted by three ghosts.
Stod overlooking Stke Park is Dower House, one of Bristol's more prominent landmarks, set on a hill above the M32, one of the main approaches into the city.
Flower's Barrow and Grange Hill on the Dorset coast is the site of a haunting which only appears during wars.
The headquarters of the Bristol fire brigade is located on Temple Back and is the site of many reports of a haunting.
Freezing Hill is one of the highest points between the cities of Bristol and Bath, it's marked with a line of 52 birch trees that were planted hundreds of years ago, no one knows who planted it and why.
A dark female apparition was seen on several occasions in a large house called Garden Reach on Pitville Circus Road in Cheltenham between 1882 and 1886.
The Tudor mansion has been the residence of the Fulford family since the reign of King Richard I, making them Devon's oldest recorded family still in their original seat.
HM Prison Gloucester in the West of England opened in 1791 to house some of the UK's most notorious criminals.
The grade II listed prison, also known as Cornhill was the oldest operating prison in the UK when it closed in 2013.
Keynsham station is on the Great Western Main Line in that serves London Paddington, the station lies between Bath and Bristol is said to be haunted by a phantom locomotive.
Kitty Jay is said to haunt her grave, a raised burial mound next to a crossroads on Dartmoor. Locals claim that they have seen a dark, hooded figure kneeling at the grave.
The Odeon cinema on Union Steet is one of the cities oldest cinemas but for the last 70 years screen three has been haunted by a former manager of the cinema.
This fortified Manor House located between the villages of Germoe and Praa Sands is sand to be one of the most haunted buildings in Cornwall.
This impressive stone-built house in Padstow stands nearly on the site of Bodmin priory, set against a backdrop of rugged coastline and with Bodmin Moor to the East.
Queen's Square's is said to be one of the most haunted parts of Penzance, especially a shop in the square were a pack of beer mysteriously flew across an aisle and was captured on a security film.
Sandhill Park was originally built as a private home, but in 1919 the Somerset County Council bought the house and converted it into a home for handicapped children.
The cinema is known as one of the Devon's most haunted buildings, moviegoers have reported seeing the apparition of man thought to have died there in 1931.
When the SS Great Britain first set sail in 1845, she was the most most advanced and longest steamship in the world, a testament to Bristol's naval engineering past.
Cornwall has a long history of seafaring with many fishing communities, not to mention tales of smugglers and pirates.
Taunton Castle was built in the 12th century and stands on the site of fortification that have been protecting the county town for much longer.
The A30 snaked through Devon and Cornwall and stretch into Somerset, along part of its route between Chard and Crewkerne plenty of paranormal activity has been reported.
Ghostly hitchhikers have been well documented over the years and Bristol too has its own spooky roadside ghost.
A small country pup in rural Gloucestershire often described as, not only one of the most haunted places in the UK, but in the world.
Situated on the outskirts of Bristol in the village of Almondsbury, this historic pub pre-dates some of oldest pubs in the city itself and out-spooks them too.
The historic 17th century hotel is located on the main high street through the Somerset town of Chard, and is named after a type of crow that usually inhabits Britain's costal regions.
The Hatchet Inn on Frogmore Street dates back to 1606 making it the oldest operating pub in the Bristol. Locals believe the watering hole is haunted.
Located close to Bristol University and the hospital, condemned criminals were taken to the pub for their final meal and kept downstairs in the vaults.
The historic Jamaica Inn is setback from the busy A30 in Bolventor, overlooking Brown Willy, the highest point of Bodmin Moor. The inn is said to be very haunted.
Not only is the Jolly Sailor Inn in West Looe one of the oldest and most haunted pubs in the UK, it's also a favourite haunt of the Higgypop team.
The Llandoger Trow is without a doubt the most haunted location in Bristol, boasting 15 ghosts, most famously the ghost of a young boy.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan, near Mevagissey in Cornwall, are one of the most popular botanical gardens in the country, and also one of the most haunted.
The Theatre Royal, home of the Bristol Old Vic since 1946, is one the oldest continually-operating theatres in the world.
The 17th century coaching inn stands alongside the ancient stone circle in Avebury and is home to a spirit named Florrie.
A historic pub in Swanage, which was originally a row of cottages built in the 17th century.
The Three Pilchards is the oldest pub in the costal village Polperro, it takes its name from the village's tradition of fishing.
The 17th century White Hart on Lower Mauldin Street was originally part of St. James Priory and is situated not too far from a plague pit.
The Grade II listed parkland, known locally as Vassals Park, has a gruesome past.
One of the oldest coaching hotels in Cornwall, it dates back to the 17th century but was sadly damaged in the flood which devastated the village in 2004, but has since been restored to its former glory.
With tales involving druids, ghosts, and even the Devil himself, this ancient woodland in Devon has to be one of the most mysterious and magical places in Britain.
Woodchester Mansion is an unfinished, Gothic revival house in Woodchester Park near Nympsfield.
The famous show caves are said to be haunted due to their colourful past, most famously its former, a resident witch.
Yeovil Junction Railway Sttion was opened in 1860 on the London to Exeter line, it is said to be haunted by the ghost of a female station worked named Molly.
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