It's an unassuming, typical three-bedroom, semi-detached house on the Chequerfield Estate in Pontefract. Reports of a ghost of a Black Monk first appeared in the national newspaper in 1966 after the family living in the house claimed they were experiencing poltergeist activity.
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The dilapidated house at 39 De Grey Steet is a former family home, which now lies empty.
Armley Mills is said to house Victorian ghosts and poltergeist activity, as well as disembodied voice and dark shadows.
The historic inn, which was allegedly where Branwell Brontë's declined into alcoholism and opium addiction, shut its doors in 2018, but the pub's owners say they are now working on finding a new licensee and re-opening.
Bolling Hall is one of the oldest buildings in Bradford.
The home ground of Bradford City FC is the Northern Commercials Stdium, formerly known as Valley Parade and it is said to be haunted.
The Grade I listed, 19th century town hall in Centenary Square is one of the city's most recognisable landmarks because of its distinctive clock tower.
A 19th century performance venue that was refurbished and re-opened in 2011 and is said to be a hotbed of paranormal activity, including unexplained knocks and bangs, poltergeist activity and there's even stories that the building's paintings which adorn the walls have become warped.
This 17th century manor house, perched on a small plateau overlooking a bend in the River Aire, is said to be one of the most haunted properties in the area and even featured in series eight of the long-running ghost hunting show 'Most Haunted'.
The Eden Camp Modern History Theme Museum is located on the former camp, which consists of 33 huts, part of a prison camp that was constructed in 1942 to house Italian prisoners.
Halsham House was established as a school in 1584 under the terms of the will of Sir John Constable.
It's not known who or what haunts this 350-year-old home which used to be a coaching inn.
Hell's House is a privately owned home in the Middlesborough, with a quirky vibe about it, due to its unique and vibrant decoration style.
Over the years there has been many stories of strange occurrences at this majestic building, which was once the home of Sir John de Hoderode, who was the steward at Pontefract Castle.
A bus museum is far from the stereotypical haunted location, but the museum in Keighley has its fair share of ghost stories.
Now nothing more than ruins, the abbey dates back to the 12th century both the ground of the abbey and the museum which sits within the grounds is said to be haunted.
Leeds Crown Court has for many years been the place of emotional trials, where sentences have been passed.
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.
Stll a secondary school for 11 to 16-year-old pupils, this historic school is said to be haunted by the ghost of a young girl who fell from the bell tower.
The 90-bedroom three-star Victorian hotel in the city centre was constructed over five years from 1885, built by the Midland Railway Company.
Paper Hall was built in 1643 and holds the title of being the oldest domestic building in the city.
The Parkside Social Club has had many uses throughout its history, including a time as a school and it seems this era left its mark on the building.
There's been a workhouse on the site in the North Yorkshire city of Ripon since 1776, the current building was erected in 1854.
While parts of the hospital are still in use, with 32 beds, much of the building is now abandoned but the original operating theatre tables still exist in the creepy basement.
Temple Newsam is believed to be home to several ghosts.
When Temple Works was built in 1840 it held the record of being the biggest single room in the world, but it's also famous for its ghosts.
Now a museum, the Grade II listed building stands on the site of a workhouse, which once housed the poor and those who could not support themselves in the community.
The A616 runs from Newark-on-Trent to the M1 motorway at junction 30 and then reappears at junction 35A and goes on to Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.
The Fleece Inn in Elland was built in the early 1600s and is known for its grim legends, with rumours of secret tunnels, deaths and even murders.
The Golden Fleece is said to be York's most haunted pub, and is said to be home to fifteen spirits including that of Lady Alice Peckett, the wife of a former mayor of York and also the owner of the inn.
One of Leeds' most historic pubs that's been serving customers since 1821.
The Keighley Picture House opened in 1913 as theatre which also showed films. Later in its life it hosted live shows and music concerts.
The paranormal history of the Thorne Poor Law Union, which opened in 1830s and housed up to 150 men, women and children at its peak.
The Treasurer's House is a Grade I listed house, located directly to the North of York Minster, and was the location for an episode of the Discovery Channel series 'Ghosthunters'.
Wentworth Woodhouse near Rotherham stands in 250 acres of parkland and was once the home of the first Earl of Stafford.
The now dilapidated clubhouse at West Bowling Golf Club is said to be haunted by a ghostly figure wearing a grey suit.
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