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Arundel Castle

This magnificent castle in the heart of West Sussex has been the home for the Dukes of Norfolk since the Norman Conquest. It was severely damaged by fire in the seventeenth Arundel Castlecentury but has now been restored to its former glory. Not only is it home to many priceless works of art but it also houses several ghosts.

The ghost of a young woman dressed in white has been seen wandering round Hiorne's Tower, particularly on moonlit nights. According to legend, she threw herself off the tower because of a tragic love affair.

A ghost has also been encountered in the library and has become known as the 'Blue Man'. He has been seen on several occasions searching through books and is thought to date back to the time of King Charles II.

The fourth ghost is that of a small white bird which reputedly flutters around the windows of the castle. It is said to signify the imminent death of someone connected to the castle.



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