The Highwayman Inn, Dartmoor, is a mystical delight built in 1282 and sitting in a hefty chunk of the Devon countryside. The misty moors of Dartmoor is where Arthur Conan Doyle became inspired to write "Hound of the Baskervilles'. The Inn could not be situated to a more spooky setting and is a deserving holder of the 'most unusual pub in England' award. It's an absolute Aladdin's cave of 'take you back in time' curios. It has to be haunted right? Right.
If you'd like to purchase a haunted castle then look no further. This is now up for sale for a reported $80 million.
Why is it said to be haunted? Many thousands of people lost their lives around the area in the most gruesome way possible. And when it was recently turned into a hotel, guests often ran from their rooms, claiming they had seen something horrible. This is why:
Bestseller on Amazon. Reached number one over Christmas 2013 in the 'unexplained mysteries' and number two in 'supernatural' January 2014
World Mysteries And True Ghost Tales. A 358 page book or kindle including, true stories of the dangers of the Ouija board, which will chill you to the bone. True and only accurate story behind the film, 'The Exorcist' (author saw first hand the Jesuit Priest's diaries chronicling the exorcisms on Roland and the 41 signatures from the priests, claiming the possession to be completely genuine beyond doubt) . The true/accurate story of Halloween and Jack O' Lantern. John Sage's evil tortures in Chillingham Castle and his refusal to move on after death. Tower of London hauntings. A treasure trail of discovery into Britain's stone circles and their eerie secrets. The first ever recorded UFO sighting. As well as many more true, creepy tales.
In 1924, deep in the jungle of British Honduras (now known as Belize), a young 17-year-old woman, made a great discovery. Anna Mitchell-Hedges (adopted daughter of British explorer and adventurer, Frederick Albert Mitchell-Hedges) while on an expedition in the Mayan site of Lubaantum, discovered a near life-size crystal skull from under a shattered alter in a ruined temple.
In 1971, one of the most popular horror stories of all time was written. And in 1973, the film, 'The Exorcist' was aired for the first time on the big screen. A film based on the true paranormal events and exorcism of a boy named, Roland Doe.
Dolley Madison (May 20, 1768 – July 12, 1849), a Quaker by religion, and aged only 26-years-old when she married President James Madison (fourth president of the United States from 1809 - 1817). For daring to marry outside of the Quaker Church, she was then expelled for marrying without their permission and faith.
Salem Massachusetts became a household name with it's association with the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. The Joshua Ward House has grizzly connections from this grim time in American history, even though it was not built until 1784.
Mention Vampires to anyone now and instantly they will conjure up images…pale complexioned aristocrats, in fine clothes and draped in long, red lined cloaks…hiding fearsome features whilst sulking from shadow to shadow in search of their next victim!
I have a friend, well actually a colleague I work with; “Chris”. He is the Professional Standards Sergeant in the Administration office of the Police Department and he told me about strange events that happened to him while living on Miller Street.
Here is a collection of recommended 'mainly family friendly', golden oldies - ghost films...some you may not have heard of, but they are all either very good or excellent, which friends and I highly recommend and give ratings for: