Leicestershire

Grey, (c) Nick RookeConcealed in the heart of England, Leicestershire is England’s most inland county. The landscape is hilly (the highest, Fardon Hill, is 30 metres short of being categorised as a mountain), periodically broken by flat regions and picturesque valleys.

Although the Measham area was a hotspot for big cat sightings during the early 2000s, Leicestershire as a whole is paranormally quiet, with only a light sprinkling of legends and other stories scattered around the county.

View the Leicestershire Paranormal Database records...

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