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These Scariest Places In The UK Will Give You Nightmares

These Scariest Places In The UK Will Give You Nightmares
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Do you believe in ghosts? Does the supernatural tend to freak you out? Or are you just too much of an adventurist who just loves to wander off into creepy territories?

Well, if you are, then here's a treat for you. Here's a rumored shortlist of the places which are said  to be haunted places in the United Kingdom. So next time you plan to hit the most spooky places for a visit, do remember to include these in your list!

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Borley Rectory

Borley Rectory

Borley Rectory is not at all a place for weak hearted. It was constructed in 1863 in Borley, Essex, UK. It's heard to be the most haunted place in England. Eye-witnesses explain that it can be solved out as a natural phenomenon, but still remain a mystery. There have been views called "NUN's WALK" which deals with the story that she fell in love with the monk, but before their plan of eloping was successful, he was put to death and the nun was immurement. It was quite a strenuous love story

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 Glamis Castle, Scotland

 Glamis Castle, Scotland
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The eye-catching home of the current Earl and Countess of Strathmore is supposedly a puzzle with secret rooms. The ghosts who reside include the so-called Monster of Glamis Castle include a tongueless woman running around the garden and an iniquitous peer who loudly sorrows over a lost card game.

Tower of London

Tower of London
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The tower of London is one of the attractions for visitors. It is also a shelter to the settlers of the soulless variety. It's no surprise, given the numbers of executions, hangings, and tortures that have taken place here, that this place is said to be haunted. The most seen phantoms include the Princess in the Tower, allegedly assassinated by their uncle Richard III, Anne Boleyn and the White Lady, who apparently brings a strange perfume smell with her on her evocative.

Culloden Moor, near Inverness, Scotland

Culloden Moor, near Inverness, Scotland
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The last battle to take place on British soil was fought on Culloden Moor on the 16th of April 1746.  During the fight, the Jacobite rebellion, vastly outnumbered, was slaughtered there on the moor. This was the grim start to the suppression of Highland customs and traditions.This is bound to leave a few agonized souls.

It is said and believed that on the anniversary of the Battle of Culloden Moor, ghosts of fallen soldiers rise again. It has been often said that the cries of the wounded and clanking of steel weapons are also heard.

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Pendle Hill, Lancashire

Pendle Hill, Lancashire
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It is located in the Pendleside. There is a home for the Pendle witches which was discovered at the foot of the hill, which was the Bronze Age Burial site. Pendle Hill was the most haunted visited site in 2004.

Village of Pluckley

Village of Pluckley
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It has the stature of being the most haunted village in Britain and it actually entered the Guinness Book of World Record during the year 1989. There are around 12 to16 ghosts reported in this village which includes a screaming man, a highwayman, schoolmaster found hanged by a group of children and an old woman sitting on the bridge smoking cigars. This place is the favorite spot for ghost hunters across the country and has been featured in numerous television programs.

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