Now, more commonly known as Hellfire Farm, the stone structure of Heol Fanog (Road to the Peak) sits on the edge of the Brecon Beacons near Cilwhybert Motte in Sir Powys, Wales. For the Rich family, it would be their nighmare home for six years.
Burghstead Lodge, Billericay
This grand Georgian residence is today nestled amongst the much more modern buildings of Billericay High Street. The scene doesn’t look threatening. It doesn’t look like the typical setting of a ghost story, but the property’s top floor is the location for one of Essex’s most chilling supernatural accounts.
On 29 March 1461, Towton was the setting of the bloodiest battle ever to be fought on English soil. It’s estimated that 30,000 men were slaughtered in the fields of Towton, therefore there’s little wonder that shadows still linger in this quiet corner of Yorkshire.
Mary Bateman, The Yorkshire Witch
Following her execution and public dissection, Mary Bateman’s skin and bone was stripped and sold as souvenirs. What remains of her was put on display. Known as the Yorkshire Witch, Mary continues to look for what was taken from her.
The events that took place in this west Leeds village were captured in a play entitled A Yorkshire Tragedy, but despite its lead characters horrific death, he refused to leave the village for over 400 years.
The Flannan Isles, Outer Hebrides
On 15 December 1900, the lamp went out at the Flannan Isles lighthouse and its three-man crew vanished from the face of the earth.
Augill Castle, Cumbria
This story begins in the mid 1830s, when brothers John and Alexander Peason become the beneficiaries of an inheritance in Brough. They detested each other and their rivalry is the catalyst to the spirit that lingers.
The Town Hall, Leeds
Is it the tormented spirit of Charles Peace that restlessly prays in the 13 former cells of Leeds Town Hall's Bridewell?
Lawnswood High School, Leeds
"You can put these things down to coincidence… until it happens to you". The chilling episode encountered by Police Officers at this Leeds school.
30 East Drive, Pontefract, Pt.1
1966, the week of the August Bank Holiday and the heat from the morning sun has no bearing on the temperature in the lounge of 30 East Drive, in fact it’s freezing cold.
30 East Drive, Pontefract, Pt.2
Since the events of 1966, it’s been a peaceful two years at East Drive, however, as the August Bank Holiday approaches, an ill feeling returns to the house.
Clifford's Tower, York
There has been a tower on this site since the 11th Century. William I constructed the first tower shortly after his conquest of England – that was made of timber and is the catalyst to one of the regions most harrowing supernatural events.
Stocksbridge Bypass, Sheffield
The Bypass opened on Friday 13th May 1988. Prior to the work commencing on the road, there had been no recorded sightings or history of hauntings in the area. But in 1987, when the £14M project started to tear through the moor, strange things started to happen.
North Birmingham, Midlands
When a reliable, trustworthy person relays an account of the supernatural, it makes it all the more chilling. This story of a PC and his partner that took place in the mid 1990s is no exception.
The Queens Hotel, Leeds
Every day at 11am, ex-hotel worker, Karen Fleet visits the Queen’s hotel, despite being dead for over 100 years.
Bleeding Heart Yard, London
A chilling location with a name and legend to match. If you dance with the devil, there are going to be consequences.
Temple Newsam, Leeds
Two centuries, two social classes, two ghosts, one house.
The Library, Leeds
Spring 1884 and 28-year-old Librarian, John Y.W. Macalister, encounters one of the library’s five ghosts.