The Paranormal Gallery


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Housing one of the UK's great university towns, Cambridgeshire is awash with history, legends and tales of phantoms...

Best known for its rugged coastline and the decaying ruins of Victorian tin mines, Cornwall possesses all the qualities to ensure it remains both  a popular holiday destination for the rest of the UK and a hotbed of myths and legends...

Located on the south coast of England, Dorset boasts seventy-five miles of coastline and a portion of the Southern Downs.The area is rich in hauntings and legends.

Currently regarded as a joke by many media outlets, the county of Essex should not be underestimated when it comes to paranormal places.

The illustrations of Wayne Lowden are scattered across the site - more of his work can be viewed here.

Headless drummers and vanishing hitchhikers are just part of the folklore that makes Kent much more than just the 'Garden of England'.

Despite being the centre of the industrial revolution, much of Lancashire remains green and unspoiled, with many areas being considered as paranormal hotspots (Manchester and Liverpool being just two)

Home to the legend of the Lincoln Imp, Lincolnshire is often overlooked when it comes to legends and paranormal places, even though it is the second largest county in England...

With a huge population density and urban sprawl, it is no wonder that London may have the most ghosts per square mile than any other place in the world.

With over a hundred miles of coastline, many of Norfolk's myths are concerned with the water; although the cities fill and sea-based communities decline, stories of ghosts remain.

Containing the world famous university town, Oxfordshire is located in South East England and is only 768 square miles, although the number of paranormal tales the county tells conceals its size...

Large parts of Scotland are covered with stories concerning the strange and fortean, with secret histories held by every community.

While famous for many things, the city of Bath is one of the most frequently visited cities of England, mainly due to the Roman influence. Some say that the Romans have never really left...

With phantom horses, shucks, sea monsters and mermen, Suffolk appears to have it all when examining its myths and legends.

With Brighton is firmly fixed as one of the UK's paranormal hotspots, it is easy to forget the scores of other places around Sussex which makes it such a great county to visit for those interested in folklore and paranormal places.

Located in the heart of England, Warwickshire is a subtle blend of hill and dale. Famous in tourist circles for being the home of William Shakespeare, the surrounding countryside is deep in legends and mysteries...

Famous for Avebury, the village within a stone circle, some places in Wiltshire are as if you have travelled back one hundred years in time...

Home of York, claiming to be the most haunted city in the world (athough several other places give it a run for its money), Yorkshire is covered in many myths and legends.

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