If you dare, read the list below that includes scary stories around some of Nottinghamshire’s most haunted places.
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1. Ye-Olde Trip to Jerusalem.
Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, Nottingham. Moans and groans are continuously heard from the haunted cellars of this the ancient pub which could date back as far as 1068 AD.
2. The Ghost House, Oldcotes.
The Ghost house, Oldcotes. Roman soldiers, an Elizabethan woman with red hair, Victorian servants, phantom children and even a ghostly cat have been seen near the spooky landmark.
3. National Justice Museum.
Galleries of Justice, Nottingham. Voted the most haunted building in the UK. The ghosts of men, women, and children hanged here for crimes as small as theft are said to continue walking the halls of this building.
4. Kelham Hall.
A favoured landmark of the TV programme 'Most Haunted'. Every floor is said to be haunted with doors slamming on their own, including creepy footsteps and objects moving of their own accord.