Some Haunted Houses of England and Wales

Elliott O'DONNELL (1872 - 1965)

Old buildings necessarily have a history. It is not always a happy history and folklore abounds. Sometimes unhappy souls come back to haunt the current residents or their guests. Whether you believe in ghosts or not, these narratives provide a fascinating insight into the history of the buildings and the hysteria they may induce. - Summary by Lynne Thompson

Genre(s): Psychology

Language: English

Section Chapter Author Source Reader Time Language
Play 00 Preface Etext Lynne T
00:01:56
Play 01 The Green Bank Hotel, Bardsley Etext John
00:11:27
Play 02 No.-- Southgate Street, Bristol Etext dg73
00:20:42
Play 03 Mulready Villa, Near Basingstoke Etext dg73
00:28:33
Play 04 No.-- Park Street, Bath Etext Lynne T
00:18:01
Play 05 The Minery, Devon Etext Mike Pelton
00:11:05
Play 06 Thurlow Hall, Near Exeter Etext James K. White
00:23:50
Play 07 The Guilsborough Ghost Etext Lynne T
00:37:27
Play 08 Wolsey Abbey, Near Gloucester Etext John
00:15:55
Play 09 No. XYZ Euston Road, London Etext Larry Wilson
00:11:43
Play 10 Burle Farm, North Devon Etext jblankenship83
00:14:42
Play 11 Panmaur Hollow, Merioneth Etext Mike Pelton
00:09:42
Play 12 Catchfield Hall, The Midlands Etext Mike Pelton
00:39:20
Play 13 Carne House, Near Northampton Etext Mike Pelton
00:20:58
Play 14 Harley House, Portishead Etext Don Nash
00:09:51
Play 15 The Way Meadow, Somerset Etext jblankenship83
00:19:10
Play 16 No.-- Hackham Terrace, Swindon Etext Mike Pelton
00:08:54
Play 17 Appendix to Hackham Terrace, The Screaming Woman of Tehiddy Etext Mike Pelton
00:09:54
Play 18 Park House, Westminster Etext John
00:07:57