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Capesthorne Hall

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This Jacobean style house stands near Wilmslow in Cheshire and has been home to the Bromley-Davenport family since the eleventh century. It is haunted by a number of ghostly figures, including that of a 'Gray Lady'. She has been seen by many witnesses, particularly in the west wing.

Perhaps more frightening than the phantom female in gray is the appearance of a group of ghostly shapes walking down the stairs into the chapel vault.  No explanation has been found for either of these manifestations.

The sinister spirit of a disembodied arm appeared to a young member of the family while he was sleeping in his bed. He was disturbed from his sleep by the sound of someone knocking on his window and as he looked up, all he could see was an arm trying to open it. As soon as the boy reached the window, the arm disappeared without a trace.




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