The New Alexandra Theatre, commonly known as the Alex, is a theatre on Sttion Steet.
List Of Haunted Places In The West Midlands
The childhood house of Shakespeare's wife is said to have a sinister presence in a bedroom and passers-by have seen the ghost of a female through the window.
Aston Hall is a Grade I listed Jacobean house built between 1618 and 1635, today it is used as a museum.
It's on the banks on the river that Olive Bennet walked her last steps, before being found strangled, her killer was never found. The area is know for its paranormal activity.
Baskerville House is a former civic building in Centenary Square and was built on the former estate of Easy Hill, the home of the wealthy printer John Baskerville.
Birmingham Council House is a Grade II listed building in Victoria Square that was built in 1875.
Birmingham New Steet is a major transport hub and the busiest of the three main railway stations in the city, it said that throughout its more than 160 year history, four people have committed suicide, all on platform four.
Birmingham Town Hall is a Grade I listed concert hall and events venue in Victoria Square, which opened in 1834.
There have been sighings of dark mists, shadowy figures and even an apparition of a woman seen looking out a window on the upper floor of this Georgian mansion.
Cannock Chase in Stffordshire is a former Royal forest with a history of paranormal activity.
The old Clifton Cinema is now a Wetherspoon's pub, having also been used for a time as a bingo hall after closing as a cinema.
Clopton House is a 17th-century country mansion to the north of the town. It was here that Margaret Clopton, abandoned by her lover, ventured out into the night and drowned herself in the ancient well in the house's grounds.
The grade I listed building was originally built as a monastery in the 12th century, it was only open as a hotel in 1992 and since people have reported lots of odd goings on.
Visitors who dare to enter the tunnels have reported hearing strange noises, screaming and cries, and disembodied voices and violent poltergeist activity in the darkness.
The ruins of the castle stand in the town of Dudley, fortification on this site dates back to 1071 following the Norman invasion in 1066.
The Battle of Edgehill took place on 23rd October 1642 midway between Banbury and Warwick and was the first battle of the English Civil War.
Ettington Park has been a luxury hotel since 1983, but was once home to the Shirleys, one of Warwickshire's oldest families.
When you imagine a haunted house, the image you conjure up in your head won't be far off Guy's Cliffe, it's the typical haunted house.
On the outskirts of Birmingham, is a Tudor manor house with legends of an entombed monk, secret passageways and plenty of ghost stories.
Hall's Croft is one of the more prominent buildings in the centre of Stratford-Upon-Avon. It is also regarded as one of the most haunted.
The Haunted Museum & Spirit Shop opened at the end of 2021 and is home to various haunted artefacts and ghost hunting paraphernalia, including an old granddaughter clock in the séance room.
There's been a prison on the site since 1793, however the building as it currently stands was built in 1877.
Holy Trinity Church is the burial place of William Shakespeare, which is said to be cursed. The churchyard is also believed to be the scene of a murder in 1954.
The present art deco-style station dates back to immediately prior to the Second World War and is well known as a paranormal hotspot, so much so that in 2014 Chiltern Railways appointed Nick Rees as that station's "supernatural liaison officer".
A magical museum spread over three floors in the only remaining part of Stratford's historic White Lion Inn. The staff claim that the top floor is haunted.
Shottery Manor now makes up part of the Stratford Girls' Grammar School and is used as a sixth form centre, it is still said to be haunted to this day by teaching staff.
Built in 1848, Shrewsbury train station is now a Grade II listed building and it's said to have two paranormal hotspots.
Smethwick Baths on the outskirts of Birmingham has been a popular haunt for ghost hunters, they've recorded various activity there over the past two decades.
Birmingham's Stelhouse Lane Lockup, a historic Grade II listed police station which operated for 125 years.
The Ancient High House was built in around 1595, for the wealthy Dorrington family, the ornate timber-framed exterior of the building, is said to be the largest surviving timber frame Tudor townhouse in England.
The Black Country Living opened in 1978, much of the site is said to be haunted included the school house.
The Court Oak pub in Harborne is said to be the most haunted pub in the city of Birmingham.
The Leopard Inn pub in Stke-on-Trent hss entertained guests for at least 300 years, but where there's history, there's haunting.
Built in 1879, the Nunnery is a sprawling building which was once home to 250 nuns complete with its own vast chapel and has plenty of ghost stories to tell.
The hotel, which is now owned by Mercure, is supposed to be home to several spooks, including a cavalier, an elderly man, and a girl named Lucy who hung herself.
The former West Bromwich Magistrates Court building in Lombard Street West closed in 2011 and have earned a haunted reputation after being left vacant ever since.
Shrieves House is one of the oldest structures in Stratford-Upon-Avon. It was for a time known as the Falstaff Experience Museum, and is now the Tudor World Museum.
Tutbury Castle 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.
Warstone Lane Cemetery, also known as Brookfields Cemetery, or Mint Cemetery, from the adjacent Birmingham Mint.
The castle as it stands today was built in 1068, but settlements on the site date back more than 150 years before this.
In the grounds of Wilderhope Manor in Church Stetton the ghost of a Civil War major has reportedly been seen riding away from his former home on his horse.
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