Concealed 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
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