Tutbury Castle - Haunted History

Tutbury Castle

Tutbury, Staffordshire

Much of Tutbury Castle was dismantled by order of Oliver Cromwell, but the ruins as they stand today are said to be haunted by a dark hooded figure and the ghost of a huge man in full Tudor armour. In the king's bedroom visitors are said to have suddenly fainted for no apparent reason.

Tutbury Castle has stood since 1070, it served as a prison to Mary Queen of Scots, and offered shelter to Charles I during the Civil War, but today the castle is just as famous for its ghost sightings and paranormal phenomenon as its important history.

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