Month: June 2009

The Galleries of Justice in Nottingham is a foreboding location and not one for the faint hearted you have been warned! Once a courthouse and jail The Galleries of Justice has made its mark as a terrible place where Men Women and Children were punished for crime’s that by todays standards would be little thought […]

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Coal House Fort is a Victorian Coastal Defence Fort, which is next to the River Thames in East Tilsbury, Essex. The Fort was built in 1874 to defend the approaches to London from the threat of invasion from France and other Foreign Countries. This particular Fort is said to be one of the finest examples […]

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The Shrieves House and Barn said to be the second most haunted building in Britain is now well known as The Falstaff’s Experience and is situated in the heart of Stratford. This very haunted building said to be built upon some 5 lay lines dates back to the 16th Century (although a dwelling has stood […]

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