Most Haunted Drury Lane Theatre

Built in 1812, Theatre Royal Drury Lane is London’s most stately theatre. The present theatre, fronting on Catherine Street in the Covent Garden area of London, is the fourth venue of that name since 1663. Though the early buildings have long disappeared, some...

Most Haunted Treasure Holt

Many years ago the Treasure Holt,  located in Clacton-On-Sea in Essex England and thought to date from 1639, was an inn set in almost the middle of nowhere with only a dirt track made by horse and cart leading to it through the dense wooded area surrounding the...

Most Haunted Aldwych Underground Station

Aldwych station was open in 1907, and part of the Piccadilly underground line. With being so close to many West End theaters, it gained the unofficial title of the Theater Line. Aldwych station itself was built on the site of an old London theater – the Royal...

Most Haunted Derby Gaol

The order to build a Jail or Gaol in Derby was not immediately followed up following the Assize of Clarendon of 1166. Indeed, Derbyshire’s criminals were taken to Nottingham Castle which was the prison for the Counties of both Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. There,...

Most Haunted Avebury Stones & The Red Lion

When in Wiltshire, one should most certainly visit Stonehenge, which is undoubtedly the world’s most famous stone circle. But one should also make time to visit Wiltshire’s “other” stone circle, Avebury — which holds the distinction of...

Most Haunted Culzean Castle

Culzean Castle (pronounced  ‘Cul-lane’) on the Ayrshire coast is the most visited property of the National Trust for Scotland. Built in the late sixteenth century above a network of caves, the castle became a center for smuggling during the eighteenth...