175. Poole, DORSET

‘…reported to be the scene of strange happenings not long ago…’

geograph-2751956-by-Mike-Faherty.jpgMike Faherty, Poole, Crown Hotel (2012)

1 Ds9Vl_PW0AA2Wzj.jpegThe Dorset Paranormal Research Team, Crown Hotel, Poole (2018)

2 DKZLssIXcAACLJ9.jpegPaul Christian, Crown Hotel (2017)

4 CTe4y_wUwAAGQU2.jpegEmma Louise, The Crown Hotel, Poole (2015)

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176. *Potter Heigham, NORFOLK

‘The famous old- three-arched bridge…’

Dd8jnGQUwAAhdvn.jpgNeal Trafankowski, Sunrise at Potter Heigham (2018)

DP01jd1WsAAHhrR.jpgJohn Fielding, Potter Heigham & River Thurne in Norfolk (2017)

DehTi6sXkAE9PNv.jpgHerbert Woods, Potter Heigham in 1938 (2018)

D0-Ny-sXgAAQJ4Y.jpgKate McCabe, The Norfolk Broads (2019)

Cl0THlaWQAA2mq0.jpgBroadland Memories, Potter Heigham, photographed in the 1890s by John Bickerdyke

CMHR0hsWoAAm3T_.jpgBroadland Memories, Potter Heigham c1920s with Applegates & Herbert Woods boatyard

BgLJBd1IYAA47mX.jpgMuseum of the Broads; Built in 1385 ish are still in full use today – Potter Heigham bridge (2014)

D7vYp0yX4AAa1h6.jpgPotter Bridge; ‘I’m not getting any younger’ (2019)

D89lkWbXoAAWxWp.jpgShire Surveyors; Unusual cottage on the Norfolk Broads at Potter Heigham (2019)

D9BcujQXYAEYs0M.jpgKay Fairest; Helter Skelter House (2018)

D9BdQB2WsAAp2xo.jpgMark Pimlott; Helter Skelter House, Potter Heigham

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177. Raynham, NORFOLK

‘Raynham Hall is the home of the famous ‘Brown Lady’ ghost…’

BkKpX6SIMAABan0.jpgBen Pentreath (@BenPentreath) Heaven is the new incredible @WofInteriors with superb article on hidden gem Raynham Hall… (2014)

DXiTdY3X4AA1Bjp.jpgHouse and Heritage (@HousendHeritage) Raynham Hall (2018)

D5JeOPvWwAUKNWV.jpgD5JeORxW4AAfydB.jpgD5JeOQBW0AIdiDM.jpgHouse and Heritage (@_houseandgarden) Perfect country house interiors from Raynham Hall (2019)

DcRgigDU0AAak-5.jpgDcRghApVQAAOiab.jpgAmber (@Na0sGlassMy well-worn Weekly Reader ‘Haunted Houses’ (which I’ve kept since I was 6 years old) published in 1969. Highlights: the story of the Lady of Raynham Hall and the Tulip Staircase. One of the first books I read cover to cover and numerous times. (2018)

DBeba6TWsAA7z0Q.jpgDEADLIVE (@DEADLIVEUKRaynham Hall, Norfolk without a doubt, the Brown Lady is the Hall’s most popular resident ghost. The Lady is thought to be  Lady Dorothy (2017)

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DmbyLauWwAEixPg.jpgFlamenco Nut (@flamencobugLady Dorothy Walpole (1686–1726)’s husband Charles Townshend had a v violent temper. Believing her unfaithful, he imprisoned her at home, unable even to see her kids. She died of smallpox, still captive (2018)

DgIdIDbXcAE7hF6.jpgHouse and Heritage (@HousendHeritage) ‘I play the lottery twice a week’: inside the crumbling 7,000-acre estate that one couple expects will cost millions to restore (2018)

Dh01oW2WAAES6a3.jpgAntique Collecting (@AntiqueMagOur front cover this month features an interior from Raynham Hall (2018)

D78u29ZUIAEkrdv.jpgAnnette Lane (2019) Entrance Hall of Raynham Hall, Norfolk; photo courtesy John Unis (2019)

D4SN_UEW4AEZloy.jpgJeffs Comics (@jeffs_comics) In Search of … Ghosts in the Comic Books! (2019)

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178. Reading, BERKSHIRE.

‘A ‘four-roomed house’, somewhere on Oxford Road…’

BNdH89QCMAIS9nt.jpg‘Oxford Road in Reading on the number 17 bus…’ (2013) @CyclingEurope

 

CYd1Bf4UMAA1Qw-Oxford Road, Reading (1893) @HistoryGlimpses

 

Dtvitk3W0AAjTYf.jpgThe West [Reading] Laundry / Dunlops Hay & Straw Factors, Oxford Road, Reading (2015); @ghostsigns: “These ghost signs are at the junction of Oxford Road and Kensington Road in West Reading. The photograph was taken on 28th November 2015 during a short period when the sign for the laundry was temporarily on show, having been obscured by shop signage for years; it is again now mostly covered up with other signage. The Dunlops sign is still fully visible (and already archived in The History of Advertising Trust Ghostsigns Archive).” (Instagram post)

 

CCJ2BxTWMAA9_Fk.pngGhost Signs in Oxford Road (2015); @rdgchronicle

 

Dg0Dd6uWAAAP_L6.jpgTote windows at Reading Stadium (Oxford Road) during its 1973 demolition @HistoryGlimpses

 

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180. Richmond, SURREY.

“The old Palace of Richmond was long said to be the scene of scandalous happenings, some concerning Queen Elizabth I, who die here on March 24th, 1603 after having lain in a stupor for days on the point of death…”

DYNKOEjW4AY53eS-1.jpgPete Savin (@pete_savin) Only the Tudor gatehouse remains of Richmond Palace which saw the Honeymoon of Queen Mary (1557) and the death of Elizabeth I in 1603 (2018)

DYNKOEeX4AAgV7m-1.jpgDYNKOEhW0AAK16J.jpg

CA8AkIFXEAA-cvN.jpgMuseum of Richmond (@museumrichmond) Richmond Palace in its full glory must have been so beautiful (2015)

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