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Bishton Hall, Stoke-on-trent THE HAUNTING:
This stunning Grade Ii-listed building dates back to 1750 – and some parts of the building are so old that they’re even mentioned in the Domesday book. That’s a lot of history for one location!
The hall was last used as a school, St. Bede’s – and rather disturbingly, some of the ‘play areas’ were down in the dungeons!
The building is well-known for its paranormal phenomena; in particular, there’ve been regular sightings of a lady in white, believed to be Charlotte Sparrow, a beautiful philanthropist who spent her whole life in Bishton Hall in the 18th century, dying there aged 90 in 1876.
With 17 bedrooms, servants’ quarters and creepy underground tunnels, there’s certainly plenty here for our resident ghost hunter and comedian Barry Dodds to explore...