From a hall said to be haunted by the ghost of Anne Boleyn, to a site where 10 women accused of witchcraft were buried, these 13 locations are thought to be the spookiest locations in the UK - pay one of them a visit this Halloween, if you dare.
The tower windows of this castle’s remains are allegedly roamed byThe Lady in Blue, who lures people in after locking eyes with them on the ground below. Elsewhere in the castle, there is said to be The Lady in White, who patrols the abandoned dungeons waiting for her long-dead sister to release her. Photo: Rosi Laiolo / Shutterstock
6. Buckland Abbey, Devon
This abbey is believed to be haunted by the ghost of English explorer Sir Francis Drake, who called this location home in the 16th century. Legend says he made a deal with the devil to defeat the Spanish Armada in 1588 and now his spirit roams the Dartmoor National Park in a black coach driven by headless horses, led by 12 chattering goblins and pursued by a pack of baying dogs. Photo: Shutterstock
7. Corfe Castle, Dorset
Home to hundreds of years of murder, backstabbing and treachery, this castle is now thought to be inhabited by the Woman in White, a headless ghost that creeps around seeking forgiveness for her crimes against the castle’s former occupants. Photo: Val Doone
8. Felbrigg Hall, Norfolk
The spirit of William Windham III is said to roam the extensive library in this Hall after he got trapped in the room in 1809 trying to save his precious books from a fire. His spirit is now believed to return to the library to read what is left of his beloved literary collection. Photo: Shutterstock