The 10 most haunted spots in and around Blackpool

The 10 ‘most haunted’ spots in and around Blackpool

Every place has its own ghost stories and legends that are passed on through time and Blackpool is no exception.

Here is our list of haunted spots that will give you the shivers.

A ghost with a green face is said to haunt the area  the apparition was spotted near the gates of Carleton Crematorium by Harry Hodges, a taxi driver back in 1936.

1. Carleton Crematorium, Blackpool

A ghost with a green face is said to haunt the area the apparition was spotted near the gates of Carleton Crematorium by Harry Hodges, a taxi driver back in 1936.
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The village of Kilgrimol is said to have been swallowed by the sea off the Blackpool coast during the Dark Ages. Ghostly lights have been reported shimmering on the horizon whilst bells can be heard ringing on stormy nights.

2. Kilgrimol, Blackpool

The village of Kilgrimol is said to have been swallowed by the sea off the Blackpool coast during the Dark Ages. Ghostly lights have been reported shimmering on the horizon whilst bells can be heard ringing on stormy nights.
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Cloggy, a former maintenance worker known for his clogs who died in 1970, is said to haunt the Ghost Train. People on the ride have complained of being grabbed  only to be told by staff that this was not part of the attraction.

3. Cloggy, Blackpool

Cloggy, a former maintenance worker known for his clogs who died in 1970, is said to haunt the Ghost Train. People on the ride have complained of being grabbed only to be told by staff that this was not part of the attraction.
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A former highwayman known as Murph, who fled from London, is reported to haunt the building and can sometimes be heard mumbling and moaning at the bar after midnight.

4. Eagle and Child, Weeton

A former highwayman known as Murph, who fled from London, is reported to haunt the building and can sometimes be heard mumbling and moaning at the bar after midnight.
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