This mysterious English region has travellers well and truly spooked.
Perched on the border between England and Wales is the historic county of Shropshire.
It’s where the new Duke of Westminster Hugh Grosvenor went to school but that’s not the reason Shropshire is famous.
The area’s haunted past has made it a modern-day ghost-fest, with a host of spooky sights offering a glimpse at the other world.
From the haunted town hall to creepy local pubs, these eerie places are crawling with paranormal activity.
Prince Rupert Hotel
It’s been named the most haunted hotel in the county and some visitors claim they’ve caught ghostly guests on camera.
Pillows have been taken from rooms only to end up in lifts and a resident ghoul named Martha the maid has been spotted in the staircase.
A maid called Martha has been spotted on the Prince Rupert’s stairs
Shrewsbury Castle is said to be haunted by an evil ghost called Bloody Jack
Ye Olde Punchbowl Inn
The disfigured ghost of this pub’s former landlord has been spotted roaming around its walls.
Harold is said to have murdered his wife and a little girl called Jesse who has also spooked guests at the pub.
The current residents say their son used to talk to Jesse when he was just two-years-old.
Ye Olde Punchbowl Inn is haunted by its former landlord and his Irish wolfhound
White Ladies Priory
Wen Town Hall
The famous Town Hall was destroyed by fire in 1677 and then again in 1995.
After the most recent blaze, a photo emerged of a little girl standing at the scene.
Locals believe it’s the ghost of Jane Chum, who was blamed for the original 17th century arson attack.
In 1138, a scorned lover threw herself to her death off the Hanging Tower at this castle
Blood-stained handprints have been spotted on walls by spooked visitors to Condover Hall
Lord Knyvett was stabbed at the top of the stairs by his butler at this grand manor house.
Guests have reported seeing his blood-stained handprint randomly appear on the wall of the stairs, which lead to the basement.
Categorised in: Paranormal
This post was written by Nadia Vella