Vernam Dean.
Angel and Blue Pig.
Boltons Bench.
Fox and Hounds
The lyndhurst park hotel
Victoria country park
montagu arms.
Angel and Blue Pig
Rufus-Stone new forest
Netley Abbey.
Mayflower theater, southampton
Red Lion.pub high street southampton

THE RED LION PUB:

A ghostly procession has been witnessed leaving the pub for the Bargate.

THE MAYFLOWER THEATRE SOUTHAMPTON:

The spectral figure of an old man is known to sit in a wicker chair backstage.

NETLEY ABBY: 

Was once home to the Cistercian monks, on Halloween Blind Peter appears, he was a loyal servant to the monks and on his death was given the task of guarding their treasure. The treasure is said to be buried at the end of a long tunnnel. A man trying to find it explored the tunnel and was frightened to death by what he saw.

THE NEW FOREST:

The ghost of King Rufus the red, who died in the forest, can often be seen walking the route that his body was dragged to Winchester.

ANGEL INN, NEW FOREST:

Haunted by no fewer than six poltergeists and is one of the many Inns that claims to be one of Britain's most haunted pubs.

MONTAGU ARMS, BEAULIEU, THE NEW FOREST:

Many apparitions, including monks, have been seen walking in the area. There have been unaccounted aromas of incense, unexplained lights and other phenomena. One of the ghosts is believed to be that of Isabella, Countess of Beaulieu, who died in 1786. The ghosts even attracted the attention of the creator of Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Places Of Interest

VERNHAM DEAN:

Is a village 7 miles from Andover. In 1665 the plague struck and the vicar deserted the villagers and left them to face the disease alone. It is said that his bent, repentant figure can be seen to struggle along the chute causeway towards the camp at the top of the hill hoping its not to late to be with his people. 

BOLTON'S BENCH:

the ghost of Sir Maurice de Berkeley and his two dogs can sometimes be seen haunting the hill of Boltons Bench. Legend has it that the hill grew from the corpse of a dragon he had slain there (the bistern dragon), and that soon after Sir Maurice, driven mad by the experience, had crawled back to the hill to die. A yew tree grows from the spot where he fell. 

 

THE FOX AND HOUN:DS PUB:

A former landlord who drunkenly fell into the fire on New Years eve and died on a table in the bar is said to haunt the pub, and the cellar in particular. Various guests and employees have sighted him, and many bar staff refuse to go down to change the barrels unaccompanied.

THE LYNDHURST PARK HOTEL:

Haunted by the ghost of the 1st Duc de Stacpoole who lived in the mansion in the 1840's  (and built much of it), dying here in 1848. He was known for his eccentric, lavish lifestyle and hedonistic parties, & on july the 7th every year (the date of his death) supposedly strange music can be heard in the right rooms of the house, from the grand ball he holds for the dead. The Duc's ghost is regularly seen staring through windows, & many report the feeling of being watched or not alone when on the property. 

ROYAL VICTORIA COUNTRY PARK:

A grey lady seen by countless frightened walkers. Said to be the ghost of a young nurse who commited suicide after accidentally killing a patient.

BRAMSHILL HOUSE: 

 "The most haunted house in Hampshire". The ghost of a young woman wonders through the house hoping to be rescued. Christmas eve 1727 Anne, daughter of Sir John Cope, married Hugh Bethell of Yorkshire. After the wedding breakfast, the bride wanted to play hide-and-seek. The bride hid and the other guests tried to find her. However they never did-she had apparently vanished into thin air, it was only years later that servants opened a chest in a disused part of the house and found Anne's body - still clutching a sprig of christmas mistletoe.

These Places Are On Our List To Contact To Investigate.