Haunted castles ancient ghosts UK
The Stone Circle Myth @ Stanton Drew near Bristol Somerset. Photos of the stone circle at Stanton Drew very near Bristol in north Somerset, you enter the stone circle through an honesty gate where you will be able to take information on Stanton Drew stone circle. Included on...Read More
Farleigh Castle in Hungerford Farleigh Hungerford Castle Home of the Hungerford Lords, Mysterious Farleigh Hungerford with a colourful past, Farleigh Hungerford is a 14th century fort with a chapel in the grounds of Farleigh Hungerford also has rare medieval wallpaintings It...Read More
Farleigh Hungerford haunted castle ghosts plus Nunney Castle
Farleigh Castle in Hungerford
Farleigh Hungerford Castle
Mysterious Farleigh Hungerford with a colourful past,
Farleigh Hungerford is a 14th century fort with a chapel in the grounds of Farleigh Hungerford also has rare medieval wallpaintings
It was the home of the Hungerford Lords and boasts some rare medieval wallpaintings and a 14th century chapel
I visited the haunted Farleigh Hungerford at night, the moon had just come up and it was extremely dark with very little light pollution apart from the dim lights from our car.
I found my way to the entrance of Farleigh Hungerford and caught a couple of pictures of ORBS!
Farleigh Hungerford has a gate and from a side angle before the orb appeared
the orb just to the right of Farleigh Hungerford gate and the picture to the right an enlargement of the orb
I didn’t notice the orbs hovering
over the gateway until I loaded the photos onto my pc!
You can clearly see an orb over the entrance
the orb has grown in the second shot!
I have enlarged the pictures of the orb
and left the overall photo so you can see where the orb was.
I took a couple of pictures further away, again there was another orb hovering above Farleigh Castle!
GHOSTLY ORBS OVER HAUNTED FARLEIGH HUNGERFORD!
The two pictures above are a second orb, I photographed this second orb hovering just above the gate to the left and much higher than the previous orb!
(the above photos are only one orb I have left the original size and one enlargement for you to see)
HAUNTED SPIRIT ORBS SEEN @ FARLEIGH HUNGERFORD!
GHOSTLY SPIRIT ORBS
ORBS CHANGING SIZE! When I visited the Farleigh Hungerford at night, the moon had just come up and it was very dark with almost no light pollution apart from the dim lights fromour car. I found my way to the entrance and caught a couple of pictures of ghostly ORBS!
As the photos above show, one ghostly orb seemed not only to be moving around but it changed size!
Ghostly Orbs spotted over Farleigh Hungerford!
GHOSTLY ORBS @ Farleigh Hungerford new pictures of ghostly orbs Ghostly haunted hotel orbs! now Ghostly spirit orbs in a haunted pub in Wiltshire!
I TOOK A COUPLE MORE PHOTOS INTO THE DARK SURROUNDINGS. THE ANCIENT WALL AROUND ALSO HAD ORBS FLYING OVER IT. THIS ORB IS VERY CLEAR AND AGAIN I HAVE REVERSED THE PHOTO FOR MORE DEFINITION OF THE ORB
The gate before the orb appeared. Although I took these photos from the same position, the orb became larger and moved down a tad! the photos left and right show two ghostly orbs, I have turned the photo into a negative to show in more detail these ghostly orbs
the white photos are NEGATIVE VERSION OF THE ORBS
the inset above left is a closer view of the orbs
this is the photo negative to show you more clearly the position of the two orbs
these pictures of the ghostly orbs are typical of spirit orbs with their inner nucleus and outer shell, paranormal spirits can be seen around the UK in the form of ghostly orbs
This orb above is perhaps the brightest of all the orbs! After studying these photos in more details and looking at the screen from different angles, I am spotting more orbs each time!
three photos are pictures of the same orbs, the bottom photo is a close up of the lower orb the straight red arrow above points to and the orb just below here is the larger of the orbs seen above to the left
Nunney Castle Somerset 1382 Build by Sir John Delamere
Nunney Castle is a rare French style 14th century castle with its moat still full of water. Walk around to the bridge and enter a very beautiful castle. Nunney Castle Somerset…
but it is very scenic and very well kept Nunney is a castle that has been very well looked after and even has fish in the castlemoat
Nunney castle was built in 1373. Sir John Delamere was the tenant-chief of this royal property of Edward III.
The church was already in place and in a very good position in the village so Sir John Delamere chose to build Nunney castle in a low-lying position.
The French style of the castle was a result of Sir John serving in the French wars, he built a rectangle tall castle that had a drum style tower in each corner and apparently was roofed like a French chateau.
The towers even today are almost untouched.
It wasn’t a castle that could withstand cannon fire, but was very suitable for repelling bows and crossbows.
The moat was among the deepest moats in England but had no portcullis.
The only serious duty of the castle was during the Civil War and it failed miserably.
The castle moat that is still in existence today, is still being fed by the little local stream.
The church of Nunney village in the background here, a very lovely rubbish bin and a sign that says TEAS IN CHURCH points you to the church in Nunney with an excellent view of Nunney Castle
The Stone Circle Myth @ Stanton Drew near Bristol Somerset.
Photos of the stone circle at Stanton Drew very near Bristol in north Somerset, you enter the stone circle through an honesty gate where you will be able to take information on Stanton Drew stone circle. Included on this site is an ariel photo of the stone circles by Andy Burnham of megalitic, all the other photos are copyright
TheWhatsOnCompany. See photos of beautiful sunrays between the stones at Stanton Drew Bristol plus some unusual photos taken at the 3 circles of stone. There’s links to further information on the site.
The most persistent myth of the Stone Circle at Stanton Drew Bristol Somerset is that the stones represent the members of a wedding party together with their musicians who were lured by the devil to celebrate the Sabbath and promptly became petrified into stone during their partying!
See the photos of Stanton Drew Stone Circle Bristol Somerset
Castle Photos from around Somerset, Cornwall, Wiltshire & Dorset
Photos of castles around Wiltshire Somerset & Cornwall. Farleigh Hungerford Castle, Corfe Castle Purbeck Dorset, Nunney Castle, Coity Castle & the stone circle @ Duloe Cornwall Stonetown first recorded Duloe in 1329 but the stone circle was not officially discovered until 1801 as it was bisected by a hedge bank and an orchard between two fields.
In 1858 the Rev Bewes of Plymouth removed the hedge and the fallen stones of the circle were set upright once again.
In this process the largest stone of the circle was broken.
Other discoveries on the website enter the stones circle of Duloe Cornwall