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The A47 that links Great Yarmouth with Norwich is said to be the most haunted road in East Anglia. It is a long straight road for 9 miles, and is a...

Leiston Abbey in Suffolk, England, was a religious house of Canons Regular following the Premonstratensian rule (White canons), dedicated to St. Mary. Founded in c. 1183 by Ranulf de Glanville (c....

Thetford Priory is a Cluniac monastic house in Thetford, Norfolk, and is one of the most important East Anglian monasteries, Thetford Priory was founded in 1103 by Roger Bigod, 1st Earl...

Dated to about 1400, this was a fortress to stop rabbits. After being reintroduced by the Normans, rabbits became a luxury item in 15th-century. They were prized for both their meat...

Reported as the most haunted place in Suffolk, this is certainly an amazing place to explore and full of ghostly tales and sightings. There are a large number of spirits said...

The Swan Hotel sits in the beautiful Suffolk countryside between Sudbury and Bury St Edmunds. The hotel itself has received a Four Star AA rating. During the 19th Century, the hotel...

The Red Lion Hotel, is a 15th century coaching inn, built in 1465 in Colchester. Colchester of course is the UK’s oldest recorded town. This historical building still has its original...

Letheringham Water Mill in Woodbridge has a dark history and has been studied by a number of paranormal investigators. Whilst looking picturesque and used on the cover of many postcards, a...

The Redoubt was built between 1808 and 1810 to protect the port of Harwich against the threat of Napoleonic invasion. It was part of the scheme that included the construction of...

Framlingham Castle is a castle in the market town of Framlingham in Suffolk in England. An early motte and bailey or ringwork Norman castle was built on the Framlingham site by...

Orford Castle (AKA The Fortress of the Dead) is a castle in the village of Orford, Suffolk, with views over the Orford Ness. It was built between 1165 and 1173 by...

Woodchester Mansion in Gloucestershire was abandoned by its builders in the middle of construction, leaving behind a building that appears complete from the outside, but with floors, plaster and whole rooms...

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...

THE HAUNTED MOAT In 1078 the castle was forfeited to the Crown and in 1100 granted to the de Redvers family, who built most of the imposing fortress that is visible...

It’s ruins are said to be plagued by supernatural forces Mysterious lights have been spotted at the friary, thought by some to be the strange Hobby Lanterns, dancing lights which would...