Weeting Castle, Norfolk
Weeting Castle is a rare surviving example of a grand 12th-century manor house, and a typical example of an East Anglian ‘great house’. The castle was built by Hugh de Plais in about 1180. It was the home of the de Plais family until the late 14th century, when the property passed by marriage to the Howards, Earls of Norfolk and was subsequently abandoned.
This location is fantastic for capturing EVPs as well as hearing strange footsteps and other unusual sounds.