Oliver Cromwell, who became Lord Protector in 1653, was said to have buried chests containing treasure in a group of ancient barrows, known as the Three Hills. Despite several attempts to locate the hoard, the chests remain hidden.
RAF Mildenhall is said to be haunted by the ghost of an American airman. In 1969, a homesick sergeant got drunk and stole a C-130 cargo plane. He crashed in the ocean after supposedly trying to make it back to the USA. His body was never found.
His ghost reportedly wanders the parking area where he took off on his last flight.
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In 1834 Bealings House in Suffolk became notorious due to an outbreak of alleged poltergeist activity.
The haunting began on Sunday, February 2, 1834. The owner, Edward Moor, arrived home from church and was informed by his servants that the dining room bell had mysteriously rung three times between 2 and 5 PM.
The bells again rang at the same time on the following day. The day after, when Moor returned home, servants again told him that the bells had been violently ringing in the kitchen. He went into the room and finally witnessed the ringing himself. They chimed so violently that he thought they would break free from their anchors. They continued like this until about 7:45 PM.
The bells rang numerous times before the phenomenon stopped abruptly on March 27th.
Sceptics suggested that the supposed paranormal activity was caused by mice running along the wires. Others have declared that the whole affair was a deliberate hoax. Major Moor thought otherwise. He later wrote a book, Bealings Bells, about the haunting.
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Thetford Priory of the Canons of the Holy Sepulchre dates from the 12th century. As you would expect, ghostly monks have been seen walking through the ruins. Chanting has also been heard. A group of teenagers claimed to have seen one monk running through the grounds in 1992. Jangling keys heralded his appearance.
On another occasion, a monk was seen standing in an upstairs window. The full account can be read by clicking here LINK
Summer evenings are said to be the ideal time to see and hear the phantom brothers.
A still from the forthcoming feature film, Winifred Meeks. Written and directed by Jason Figgis. Produced by me. Starring Lara Belmont and introducing Julie Abbott as Winifed Meeks.
John is a producer, TV/radio presenter and writer living in Suffolk