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The Headless Ghosts of Blickling Hall

Aylsham, Norfolk, England (map) Dated: 1537
Blickling Hall is a site with a dark and mysterious history. A site that boasts not one, but two frightening ghosts - not to mention the headless horses that accompany them!

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Name: In Love With Stories 30th April 2017
This isn't really scary but great job.
Name: Diane 31st March 2017
Wow reading that sent shivers down my spine and it's only 3 o'clock in the afternoon on a sunny day!!!!!! Don't think I'll read it at night!!!
Name: Scared Girl 17th March 2017
OMG THATS SO SCARY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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