A beautiful Grade II listed building on the northern edge of Leicester.
Belgrave Hall was built in the 18th Century by a hosiery merchant but died soon after completion.
Does his spirit still live here?
The hall has had several owners and their families within its rooms over the years, including John Ellis, who famously brought the railway to Leicester and was associated with George Stephenson.
Is his spirit still among those who are said to haunt this lovely building?
In 1936, the hall was sold to the Corporation of Leicester to be used as a museum. However, rather than a museum, the building we can visit today is a heritage site for all to enjoy.
So, what spirits continue to live in their family home? What history has this venue been a part of?
Wander through the large, cold, empty rooms and soak up the atmosphere of this once-busy house.
Who still haunts the impressive hall and whose ghost has been seen within the garden walls?
With many ghost stories, this is the ideal location for a paranormal investigation.
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