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Castles and Stately Homes

Some of the images link to posts on related topics – the captions will indicate where this is the case.

Felbrigg Hall, the ghost of William Windham haunts the gothic library, click image to read more.

Felbrigg Hall, the ghost of William Windham haunts the gothic library, click image to find out more.

Blickling Hall in Norfolk, ancestral Home of Anne Boleyn, her ghost is said to walk here.

Blickling Hall in Norfolk, ancestral Home of Anne Boleyn, her ghost is said to walk here.

Starlight Castle, Holywell Dene, Northumberland.  Built in a day for a wager.

Starlight Castle, Holywell Dene, Northumberland. Built in a day for a wager. Click image to find out more.

Cragside, Rothbury, Northumberland.

Cragside, Rothbury, Northumberland.

Dunstanburgh Castle, Northumberland - the decapitated spectre of Thomas Plantagenet has been sighted here.

Dunstanburgh Castle, Northumberland – the decapitated spectre of Thomas Plantagenet has been sighted here.

Hampton Court corridor

Interior, Hampton Court – famous for many royal ghosts

Churches, Abbeys and Graveyards

 

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Holy Cross Church, Wallsend, setting for the tale of the Wallsend Witches

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Holy Cross Churchyard, scene of the Wallsend Witches folk-tale

Eighteenth Century tombstone at Holy Cross, Wallsend

Eighteenth Century tombstone at Holy Cross, Wallsend

17th Century tombstone at Holy Cross

17th Century tombstone at Holy Cross

Felbrigg Church, resting place of the Windham family

Felbrigg Church, resting place of the Windham family

Detail from Felbrigg Churchyard

Detail from Felbrigg Churchyard

Whitby Abbey graveyard

Whitby Abbey, famous for the Dracula legend and home to the Whitby Goth Weekend – click image to see more photos.

Interior of Church in Dedham, Essex

Interior of Church in Dedham, Essex

St Lawrence's Church Eyam

St Lawrence’s Church, Eyam, Derbyshire. Famous for being the Plague Village. Click image to find out more.

Catherine Mompesson's tomb, Eyam

Catherine Mompesson’s tomb, Eyam. Click image to find out more.

Melrose Abbey

Melrose Abbey, supposed burial place of Michael Scott, Wizard of the North. Click image to find out more.

A Path through Highgate Cemetery

A Path through Highgate Cemetery – a modern vampire is said to stalk its avenues. Click image to find out more.

Highgate Cemetery, the Circle of Lebanon

Highgate Cemetery, the Circle of Lebanon. Click image to find out more.

Overgrown tombs at Highgate Cemetery

Overgrown tombs at Highgate Cemetery. Click image to find out more.

Green angel, Highgate Cemetery

Green angel, Highgate Cemetery, Click image to find out more.

Landscapes and monuments

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Lakes large

Lake district in winter

Felbrigg woods, haunted by a phantom coach, click image to find out more.

Felbrigg woods, haunted by a phantom coach, click image to find out more.

The Green man at Cragside, Northumberland

The Green man at Cragside, Northumberland

Lilypond

Lilypond

Penshaw Monument, linked to the Lambton Worm legend.

Penshaw Monument, linked to the Lambton Worm legend.

Holywell Dene, Northumberland

Holywell Dene, Northumberland

Figures and faces

The Greenman, Cragside, Northumberland

The Greenman, Cragside, Northumberland

Guardian of the temple of Yemaya

Guardian of the temple of Yemaya, click image to read more.

Cherub

Cherub

Fire eater at Whitby Abbey

Fire eater at Whitby Abbey, click image to see more Whitby images.

Lenora

Lenora

Peacock's were once thought to bring bad luck but were later associated with Christian mythology.

Peacock’s were once thought to bring bad luck but were later associated with Christian mythology.

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