Paranormal Events Midlands

Welcome to the Haunted Heritage website. We provide hands on customer focused paranormal events and walks around unique heritage sites. Please have a look at our events as there is something to suit anyone with an interest in the paranormal.

Heritage Sites

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    Old School House, Coalville

    Situated near the ancient rocky mass known as Forest Rock in North West Leicestershire is an old building now called The Old House Conference Centre. Originally set back from the road in a wooded area this venue was not for prying
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    Donington Le Heath Manor House

    There are many ghosts at Donington Le Heath Manor House. A housemaid has been seen flitting about and also a man of 17th Century appearance with a tall brimmed hat, thought to be the shade of Sir Everard Digby. During
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    Ford Green Hall

    Ford Green Hall is a Grade II listed farmhouse built in 1624. To time line this buildings its construction would been during the Stuart reign notable between 1624 – 1625 James I of England dies and his son Charles I
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    Beaumanor Hall. Leicestershire

    There have been numerous sightings and reported paranormal activity throughout the hall and estate. People have reported hearing footsteps and doors opening only to find no one there. A Victorian lady has been sighted in the grounds and a male
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    Old School House

    Situated near the ancient rocky mass known as Forest Rock in North West Leicestershire is an old building now called The Old House Conference Centre. Originally set back from the road in a wooded area this venue was not for prying
    Read More »

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    Gresley Old Hall, Swadlincote

    This location is a popular site for paranormal investigators due to its intriguing past. An apparition of a lady, said to be the ghost of a maid that burned to death by a fire, has been witnessed. There have been
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    Abby Pumping Station, Leicester

    The grand Victorian building we see today was constructed in 1891. The new pumping station cleaned up the waste problem that was killing the city, new technology using beam engines which could move mass amounts of water were installed surviving
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    Framework Knitters Museum, Ruddington

    Poverty, Exploitation & Rebellion The Framework Knitters Museum in Ruddington is a unique surviving example of a 19th century framework knitters’ yard. From the first factory systems this site tells the 400-year history of framework knitting, from its role in
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    Galleries of Justice, Nottingham

    The Galleries of Justice... History: At its finest. Used for law enforcement for over 600 years, evidence suggests that the hall was first used as far back as 1375 by the Normans, who appointed a sheriff to keep peace
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    The Grand Pavilion, Matlock.

    The Grand Pavilion - Matlock 1849 the railway arrived in Matlock bringing with it a new trade in Tourism. The Grand Pavilion was built 1910 on the site of the former stables and blacksmith yard next to the river Derwent. Its
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