Welcome To Richard Jones's
The Haunted Britain and Ireland site is brought to you by author and leading authority on the UK's ghostly tales, folklore and history, Richard Jones.
Region by region, he will take you in search of the ghosts that roam the spectral landscapes of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland, and he will provide you with the opportunity to explore and visit the many places where ghosts have been seen.
The site offers a comprehensive listing of British and Irish ghosts. It has been exhaustively researched and provides those who seek the mysterious with an unrivalled resource of true ghost stories, stirring legends and paranormal history.
Whatever the scientific evidence, both for and against, the existence of ghosts, spectral activity continues to form an integral part of our oral tradition. Tales of spooky sightings and other mysterious occurrences, that have been passed down through the generations, possess the ability to captivate even the hardened sceptics amongst us.
Apparitions of tortured monarchs and tragic heroes; spurned lovers and spiteful villains - Richard Jones reveals and delights in them all. So enjoy this collections of ghostly tales, and be sure to visit as many of the locations as time allows.
Spine-chilling Tales of Terror
The Haunted Britain website features numerous locations where ghosts are known to lurk. You can read true stories of the spectral goings-on at a rich array of places.
Are They Real?
You can peruse photographs that purport to show ghosts, and will be able to decide for yourself whether or not these actually do show actual evidence of the paranormal.
The Facts Behind The Hauntings
You can read first hand accounts from those who have seen ghosts, as well as trace the historical events that lie behind some of Britain's most famous hauntings.
Where Ghosts Reside
There are grand palaces, old stately homes, lovely mansions, smaller family properties, and a fair smattering of houses that have fallen into ruin and which now stand as melancholic reminders of times long passed.
Revenants On The Ramparts
There are mighty fortresses that tower over lush green countryside; sea-lashed ruins, the gaunt walls of which gaze out defiantly from windswept cliff tops; as well as family-owned castles are now luxury hotels or restaurants.
A Decent Night's Unrest
To sustain you on your journeys, or to round off your days you will even find a wide selection of haunted pubs, inns, taverns and restaurants at which can eat, drink and, in some cases, even enjoy a decent night's unrest.
From the rugged cliffs of Cornwall, through the windswept wilds of Devon, and on through the rolling fields of Somerset, Dorset, Wiltshire and Gloucesterhsire, discover the ghosts, myths and legends of the South West.
A genuine sense of awe and wonder hangs over England's South-East Counties, where legendary figures come bounding from a past that is well and truly steeped in history and phantoms seem to lurk around every corner.
The gripping history of England's Eastern 'Witch Counties' offers the intrepid ghost hunter a surprising amount of historic and mystical locations, coupled with a genuine sense of otherworldliness.
From atmospheric inns and taverns to delightful stately homes and moody castle ruins, the Midlands offers those who come in search of the paranormal a wide choice of haunted locations.
The North-West of England has the feel of a forgotten country where you can relish the beauty of the Lake District, marvel at soaring mountains and explore picturesque villages.
The North-East of England encompasses a veritable mish-mash of gaunt castle ruins, mysterious islands, bleak moors and rugged coastlines, haunted by an array of ghostly figures..
Vestiges of a stormy past are to be found all over Scotland. Ruined forts and castles stud a landscape where an array of spectres act as perpetual reminders of bloody conflicts.
The brooding mountain peaks, deep forests, weather-beaten coastlines and remote lakes of Wales form a backcloth against which ghostly tales abound and ensure that the past is never forgotten.
Ireland's oral tradition has survived centuries of oppression and national calamity, and listening to the legends and tales of this magical land is an experience to be savoured.