Chambercombe Manor , Ilfracombe. The 11th century Chambercombe Manor, originally home to the Champernon family, is reported to be haunted by a woman who sought refuge after suffering injuries in a shipwreck on the coast at Hele. With hopes of recovery, she was holed up in the manor but unfortunately passed away.
Years later, the manor's residents stumbled upon a concealed chamber and discovered the woman's skeleton on the four-poster bed. The residents stole the jewellery from the body before bricking the room up again. As seen on Most Haunted, the cradle in the chamber has been documented to move on its own and a ghostly face has been photographed too. The manor hold paranormal events for adults only from October to December; for more information on times and prices, visit the website. The Three Crowns Hotel , Chagford. Tall granite walls are the foundations of this 13th century, 5-star hotel, where Sidney Godolphin, a poet and soldier, was taken to heal after being wounded in a battle in Shimish in Some visitors, while walking the corridors of this hotel, have been supposedly spooked by his ghost who wears his soldier's uniform as he wanders down the halls and walks through walls.
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One of the largest castle ruins in the South West, and the largest in Devon, and set on a secluded wooden spur, is the formidable Okehampton Castle with plenty of ghostly goings-on to speak of. The ghost of Lady Howard is said to reside at the castle that has become infamous with locals. Howard became well known for her killing spree in which she slaughtered her four husbands and legend has it that ever since her passing, every night at midnight she travels from Okehampton to Tavistock and back in a carriage made of bones that's driven by a headless driver.
Lady Howard punishes herself by picking one strand of grass from the hill and then returning home again; it is only once the hill is stripped completely bare of its grass that she will have her punishment lifted.
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Churston Court Inn. Based a mile from Brixham harbour is the paranormal hotspot Churston Court Inn, a 12th century inn that is reported to be haunted by groups of monks. Patrons have spotted these monks blowing out candles in the dining rooms late at night. Powderham Castle.
Surrounded by breathtaking countryside south of Exeter is the historical Powderham Castle. The engineer was not alone in his Roman vision.
While the house was in private hands in the s, a lavish fancy dress party was held. One guest found herself in the cellars with a man dressed as a legionnaire, who stopped her in her tracks by placing a spear across the corridor.
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He describes their conversation, in which he fills his father in on everything that has happened since his death, including two World Wars. The tale ends with Randolph taking a match to light his cigarette, striking it and then vanishing.
Almost years ago a, fire broke out at Felbrigg. Its owner, William Windham III, was a great bibliophile, and risked his life trying to rescue his books from the blaze. But apparently, the ghost will only appear when an exact combination of books is placed on the library chair. Set in the middle of this eighteenth century landscape park is Newton House which, it is rumoured, is haunted at night by Lady Elinor Cavendish.
However, she was followed by her enraged suitor, who caught up with her and strangled her to death. Ever since then, muffled voices have reverberated around empty rooms, and staff have reported lights being turned on and off. Although they were unsuccessful, the cameraman claimed that while he was sleeping, he felt invisible hands squeezing his throat.
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