The 10 ‘most haunted’ spots in and around Derbyshire
Every place has its own ghost stories and legends that are passed on through time and Derbyshire is no exception.
Here is our list of haunted spots that will give you the shivers.
5. Haddon Hall, Bakewell. "O the vision of the cross at Haddon!" That was the last lament of of Arthur - older brother to King Henry the VIII - who swore that a ghost had prophesied his untimely demise during a stay at the hall.
6. Eyam village. The plagued cottages are said to be haunted by various spirits including a lady in a blue smock who wakes people up during the night. There is also the ghost of Sarah Mills, a servant who drowned in the well.
7. Tissington Hall. The presence of Mina FitzHerbet who died from her injuries caused by a fire at the 17th Century hall is said to be still be felt here. A man walks in the cellar and a bed has been known to rock while empty.
8. Tideswell/ Do you hear singing while wandering near the former Catholic Chapel on Church Street in Tideswell? Then beware - it may be the underground choir which is rumoured to only appear before a death in the village.