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Bagdale Hall Hotel

Browne Bushell, who owned the hall in the 17th century and was executed for piracy, has been seen or heard walking down the old stairs here; he is said to be the headless Cavalier seen on the upper floors. A lady in white has also been seen in the area of the stairs. There are also reports of poltergeist-like activity too, including doors opening and closing, whispered voices, noises, lights being turned on in empty rooms, a duster flying out of a maid's hands, ashtrays and coffee cups moving and emptying their contents; and children's voices and crying heard come from unoccupied rooms in the early hours of the morning.

Link: Yorkshire Post.

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