Haunted Castle Graveyard Haunted Castle Graveyard. Cemetery tombstones and a portion of the Stokesay Castle gatehouse in Craven Arms, Shropshire, England on a dark stormy day. The half-timbered Tudor style gatehouse dates to the 17th Century.
Glasgow Necropolis, 26/2/11 First location on the tourist agenda? Glasgow Necropolis. A huge, eerie graveyard on the hill opposite the Cathedral, full of crypts and statues. My tour guide told me her two friends once took pills and had the bright idea of coming here in the middle of the night to prance among the grave stones. You wouldn’t catch me doing that, especially after hearing all the stories about their haunted flat aah!
Beaumaris Castle, 1295AD, Wales Beaumaris Castle, located in the town of the same name on the Isle of Anglesey in Wales, was built as part of King Edward I's campaign to conquer the north of Wales. It was designed by James of St. George and was begun in 1295, but never completed.
Doofeeney Standing Stone - The Doonfeeney Graveyard is situated approximately four kilometres west of Ballycastle. Besides our weak spot for graveyards in general, and those allegedly haunt with faeries in in particular, we were lured to this graveyard by the second largest standing stone of Ireland.
Dalton Mills. Built by the rich industrialist Joseph Craven in 1869, this vast old mill was once a towering centre of industry which proudly presided over Keighley. It is situated on the north side of the River Worth, a water source that powered all kinds of activity throughout the valley. At this time, the town was one of the busiest and wealthiest in Yorkshire. All of the new buildings were ornate and worthy of a town of such riches and prestige, reflecting the strong sense of civic…
Embsay Crag Embsay is a village in the Craven district of North Yorkshire; situated amid beautiful and dramatic terrain. The rock formation to the north of the village is called Embsay Crag, at the foot of which is Embsay Reservoir. This shot was taken at the peak of the crag, looking to the west.