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Ancient Ram Inn

Listed under Paranormal in West Country, United Kingdom.

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Any Inn where the owner has to make a specific request, on their website, for paranormal investigators and psychics not to stir up any more trouble or summon any more ghostly guests, has got to be on a list of the most haunted places to stay. So far the list of haunted inhabitants includes a spectral, and incontinent cat, a lustful lass, a murdered man and a witch. It’s also known for being freezing and for the strange glowing lights often emitted from parts of the inn that look otherwise empty.

Built on a pagan burial ground, you could accuse this inn of asking for it, but its adoption as a highwayman’s haunt, and rumours of it being a ritual home of black magic, including child suicide, do nothing to add to your feeling of comfort in the dim rooms decorated with an eclectic collection of eerie trinkets a museum would be happy to take off the owner’s hands.

The most haunted room in the inn is the ‘Bishop’s Room’. Eight people who’ve stayed over night in this ominous room have had to be exorcised…

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Written by  World Reviewer Staff.

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