Paranormal Events Midlands

Welcome to the Haunted Heritage website. We are a professional Paranormal Group founded in 2011. We provide hands on customer focused paranormal investigations and walks around unique heritage sites in the Midlands. Please have a look at our events as there is something to suit anyone with an interest in the paranormal.

Heritage Sites

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    Gresley Old Hall

    Gresley Old Hall is a 16th Century, Grade II listed building reputed to have been built in 1556 for Sir Christopher Alleyn out of the materials of the demolished Gresley Priory which date back to the 1100’s. The house in
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    NEW – Smethwick Baths

    History of Smethwick Baths Smethwick is listed in the Domesday Book, witnessed the dissolution of the monasteries and the loss of its abbey, and experienced horrific living conditions with foul water and a major small pox epidemic in 1883. Post World War
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    Ancient High House – Stafford

    What an amazing place... One of the largest surviving timber framed town houses in England and was probably built around 1595, during the reign of Elizabeth I. The house has had many uses, a hide out for Charles 1 during the English
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    Oak House – West Bromwich

    This wonderful building timbered buildings has been dated back to 1590 however there are no records of who built of owned the house until 1634 with the arrival of William Turton from Dudley, a local Mill owner. Various generations of the
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    Strelley Hall – Nottingham

    The area called Strelley in Nottinghamshire can trace its history back to the Doomsday book 1086. The Queen Anne style Hall we see today has been built on the foundations of possibly a castle or fortified medieval manor house. The
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    Donington Manor House (1620s)

    Just on the western tip of Coalville in Leicestershire, is a typical little lane with a few Victorian terraced houses. A short distance along is Donington Le Heath Manor House, one of the oldest houses in England! It is believed
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    Pickford’s House – Derby

    Pickford’s House is an elegant Grade I listed Georgian townhouse in Derby City Centre. Built in 1770 by the local architect Joseph Pickford as his family home and work premises, the house remained in the Pickford family for many years
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    Beaumanor Hall, Leicestershire

    Beaumanor Hall is situated on the on the edge of Charnwood Forest in Leicestershire, the history of the estate can be traced back to the Norman conquest in 1066 and since has been owned by several influential and noble families. Over
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    Derby Silk Mill

    History Built between 1717 & 1721 for the Lombe brothers, Derby’s Silk Mill stands on the site of the world’s first factory beside the River Derwent. Originally built to house machines for twisting silk together to make threads, the design of
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    Gresley Old Hall, Swadlincote

    Gresley Old Hall is a 16th Century, Grade II listed building reputed to have been built in 1556 for Sir Christopher Alleyn out of the materials of the demolished Gresley Priory which date back to the 1100’s. The house in
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