Most Haunted Locations

Hidden away in the grounds of the UK's number 1 tourist attraction is a derelict gothic mansion, the original Alton Towers. Very few visitors are actually aware of the buildings existence, or the haunted folklore which surrounds it.

Alton Towers theme park may be famous for it's amazing rides, but what is less well known is the number of ghosts that are said to haunt the grounds. TV's Most Haunted investigated the grounds and experienced high levels of poltergeist activity.

Charleville Castle is regarded as one of the most haunted buildings in Ireland, located near Tullamore. The castle is situated in Ireland's most ancient primordial oak woodland, once the haunting grounds of Irelands druids thousands of years ago.

Arreton Manor

Arreton Manor is an early Jacobean Manor steeped in history and dates back to as early as 872. It is said that the manor is haunted by the ghost of Annabel, who is often seen in the grounds, and that her voice can be heard calling out "Mamma, Mamma".

Known as the "Fortress of Fear", Rasnov Citadel is a 13th century Romanian fortress built on a rocky hilltop in the Carpathian Mountains. Rasnov has been the subject of local legends for years with a myriad of paranormal claims made over the years.

Designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the SS Great Britain was the largest ship afloat when she was launched on 19 July 1843. Living TV's Most Haunted has described the SS Great Britain as one of the five most haunted places in Britain.

Preston Manor, Brighton, is considered to be the most haunted house in Brighton, with tales of it's ghostly sightings and supernatural experiences dating back for over 500 years.  Preston Manor also featured in the Living TV series Most Haunted.