These woods are known by locals to be the home of the ancient gnomes. Beware coming here at night, glowing eyes follow you throughout these woods. Heavy sightings are seen on the other side of the river, just over the railway bridge. (Submitted by Juan Z)

Resurrection Mary, according to popular local legend, was a pretty young girl who was killed in a hit-and-run accident while walking along Archer Avenue. She had just left the Oh Henry Ballroom after a fight with her boyfriend. The driver left Mary to die. Her grief-stricken parents buried her in ...

Showmen's Rest is a section of Woodlawn Cemetery where remains from a 1918 circus-train wreck were buried in a mass grave. Between 60 and 110 employees were killed when another train conductor fell asleep, causing his train to strike the circus train. Many of the victims' names were not known, ...

These woods are known by locals to be the home of the ancient gnomes. Beware coming here at night, glowing eyes follow you throughout these woods. Heavy sightings are seen on the other side of the river, just over the railway bridge. (Submitted by Juan Z)

Resurrection Mary, according to popular local legend, was a pretty young girl who was killed in a hit-and-run accident while walking along Archer Avenue. She had just left the Oh Henry Ballroom after a fight with her boyfriend. The driver left Mary to die. Her grief-stricken parents buried her in ...

Showmen's Rest is a section of Woodlawn Cemetery where remains from a 1918 circus-train wreck were buried in a mass grave. Between 60 and 110 employees were killed when another train conductor fell asleep, causing his train to strike the circus train. Many of the victims' names were not known, ...

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The Grange Manor House is located in the village of Setchey in acres of beautiful private grounds backing on to the River Nar. The house is an elegant grade II listed country manor incorporating a full size tennis court. The river Nar borders the estate. The house has been lavishly renovated and offers a luxurious venue for large groups. The oldest part of the house dates from the Queen Anne period. It has been decorated in a style sympathetic to its age and offers an ideal environment for celebrations and large family gatherings in an atmosphere of relaxed opulence.

The Grange Manor House offers free WIFI and a host of "mod cons" with plenty to keep everyone happy. Two of the reception rooms provide an ideal space for adults to sit and relax, whilst the entertainment room offers state of the art projector cinema system with surround sound. The yellow drawing room boasts log fire (seasonal), feature antique piano and offers views over the extensive grounds. The library offers another space to read or watch TV. The library, dining and cinema room fires bring warmth throughout the house.

These woods are known by locals to be the home of the ancient gnomes. Beware coming here at night, glowing eyes follow you throughout these woods. Heavy sightings are seen on the other side of the river, just over the railway bridge. (Submitted by Juan Z)

Resurrection Mary, according to popular local legend, was a pretty young girl who was killed in a hit-and-run accident while walking along Archer Avenue. She had just left the Oh Henry Ballroom after a fight with her boyfriend. The driver left Mary to die. Her grief-stricken parents buried her in ...

Showmen's Rest is a section of Woodlawn Cemetery where remains from a 1918 circus-train wreck were buried in a mass grave. Between 60 and 110 employees were killed when another train conductor fell asleep, causing his train to strike the circus train. Many of the victims' names were not known, ...

HomeAway.co.uk, the home of Holiday-Rentals®, is part of the HomeAway family. As the world leader in holiday rentals, we offer the largest selection of properties for any travel occasion and every budget. We’re committed to helping families and friends find the perfect holiday rental to create unforgettable travel experiences together.

The Grange Manor House is located in the village of Setchey in acres of beautiful private grounds backing on to the River Nar. The house is an elegant grade II listed country manor incorporating a full size tennis court. The river Nar borders the estate. The house has been lavishly renovated and offers a luxurious venue for large groups. The oldest part of the house dates from the Queen Anne period. It has been decorated in a style sympathetic to its age and offers an ideal environment for celebrations and large family gatherings in an atmosphere of relaxed opulence.

The Grange Manor House offers free WIFI and a host of "mod cons" with plenty to keep everyone happy. Two of the reception rooms provide an ideal space for adults to sit and relax, whilst the entertainment room offers state of the art projector cinema system with surround sound. The yellow drawing room boasts log fire (seasonal), feature antique piano and offers views over the extensive grounds. The library offers another space to read or watch TV. The library, dining and cinema room fires bring warmth throughout the house.

London as a city dates back across the centuries and many buildings that are now hotels were residential housing long before they were open for public use. Some spirits linger in hotels as they are built on the site of their former homes. However some people have passed on whilst staying in hotel rooms, leaving a spiritual imprint of themselves within the building and, more often than not, the room they died i n itself. One thing seems to be common among the ghosts that haunt London hotels; they all seem to prefer to haunt the classier joints! Posh ghosts indeed!

My parents and I stayed here in 2004 and in the middle of the night i was woken by my father kicking and punching the air and then falling over after accidentally kicking the nightstand in the basement room. He said he saw some sort of ora in front of him like a human entity made of bright light. He said it took off through him and the wall behind him. I forget what room number it was. The next night i didnt sleep a wink.

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Nick from the West Midlands Ghost Club has helped the Erdington Echo lift the lid on ghosts in Erdington this Halloween. In an interview, Nick has given the Echo a list of Erdington hauntings. The information is intentionally vague with regards to the specific location, as many of the people effected by the phenomena do not want their details released. Enjoy the brief tales but please do not approach the owners of the haunted houses directly. For more information please contact Nick at the West Midlands Ghost Club.

The Lad In The Lane public house – Bromford Lane – Erdington:  This is a site of considerable poltergeist activity.  A grey, shadowy figure has allegedly been seen.

Pype Hayes Park:  The ghost of a young woman in an old fashioned, yellow dress has been seen floating through the park on numerous occasions.  It was seen to vanish behind a tree, but does not come out on the other side.  Upon investigation, she is found to have completely vanished.  The site was investigated by the West Midlands Ghost Club in Summer, 2008.

These woods are known by locals to be the home of the ancient gnomes. Beware coming here at night, glowing eyes follow you throughout these woods. Heavy sightings are seen on the other side of the river, just over the railway bridge. (Submitted by Juan Z)

Resurrection Mary, according to popular local legend, was a pretty young girl who was killed in a hit-and-run accident while walking along Archer Avenue. She had just left the Oh Henry Ballroom after a fight with her boyfriend. The driver left Mary to die. Her grief-stricken parents buried her in ...

Showmen's Rest is a section of Woodlawn Cemetery where remains from a 1918 circus-train wreck were buried in a mass grave. Between 60 and 110 employees were killed when another train conductor fell asleep, causing his train to strike the circus train. Many of the victims' names were not known, ...

HomeAway.co.uk, the home of Holiday-Rentals®, is part of the HomeAway family. As the world leader in holiday rentals, we offer the largest selection of properties for any travel occasion and every budget. We’re committed to helping families and friends find the perfect holiday rental to create unforgettable travel experiences together.

The Grange Manor House is located in the village of Setchey in acres of beautiful private grounds backing on to the River Nar. The house is an elegant grade II listed country manor incorporating a full size tennis court. The river Nar borders the estate. The house has been lavishly renovated and offers a luxurious venue for large groups. The oldest part of the house dates from the Queen Anne period. It has been decorated in a style sympathetic to its age and offers an ideal environment for celebrations and large family gatherings in an atmosphere of relaxed opulence.

The Grange Manor House offers free WIFI and a host of "mod cons" with plenty to keep everyone happy. Two of the reception rooms provide an ideal space for adults to sit and relax, whilst the entertainment room offers state of the art projector cinema system with surround sound. The yellow drawing room boasts log fire (seasonal), feature antique piano and offers views over the extensive grounds. The library offers another space to read or watch TV. The library, dining and cinema room fires bring warmth throughout the house.

London as a city dates back across the centuries and many buildings that are now hotels were residential housing long before they were open for public use. Some spirits linger in hotels as they are built on the site of their former homes. However some people have passed on whilst staying in hotel rooms, leaving a spiritual imprint of themselves within the building and, more often than not, the room they died i n itself. One thing seems to be common among the ghosts that haunt London hotels; they all seem to prefer to haunt the classier joints! Posh ghosts indeed!

My parents and I stayed here in 2004 and in the middle of the night i was woken by my father kicking and punching the air and then falling over after accidentally kicking the nightstand in the basement room. He said he saw some sort of ora in front of him like a human entity made of bright light. He said it took off through him and the wall behind him. I forget what room number it was. The next night i didnt sleep a wink.

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