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Alnwick, Northumberland - Brizlee Tower. Set atop a hill in Hulne Park, the tower was erected in 1781.  A 26-metre-high elaborately ornamental tower in dressed stone was commissioned in about 1777 to commemorate the Duke's wife Lady Elizabeth Seymour, who died in 1776. Completed in 1781.

Britain's best architectural follies

Alnwick, Northumberland - Brizlee Tower. Set atop a hill in Hulne Park, the tower was erected in 1781. A 26-metre-high elaborately ornamental tower in dressed stone was commissioned in about 1777 to commemorate the Duke's wife Lady Elizabeth Seymour, who died in 1776. Completed in 1781.

Margaret Douglas, daughter of Margaret Tudor and niece of Henry VIII. Mother-in-law of Mary, Queen of Scots. Paternal grandmother of Arbella and James VI of Scotland.

Margaret Douglas, daughter of Margaret Tudor and niece of Henry VIII. Mother-in-law of Mary, Queen of Scots. Paternal grandmother of Arbella and James VI of Scotland.

Glamis Castle | Glamis must the the most famous haunted castle in Scotland. The family chapel and the Clock Tower are haunted by Lady Janet Douglas who was burnt at the stake in 1537 for plotting to poison King Henry VIII. It is also haunted by a woman who had her tongue cut out. She is seen running through the park pointing to her mutilated face. And Alexander, Earl Crawford is said to wander around the castle. Children sleeping in the castle have woken to find him leaning over them.

Glamis Castle | Glamis must the the most famous haunted castle in Scotland. The family chapel and the Clock Tower are haunted by Lady Janet Douglas who was burnt at the stake in 1537 for plotting to poison King Henry VIII. It is also haunted by a woman who had her tongue cut out. She is seen running through the park pointing to her mutilated face. And Alexander, Earl Crawford is said to wander around the castle. Children sleeping in the castle have woken to find him leaning over them.

Strangford Castle is a castle on a height overlooking the harbour in Strangford, County Down, Northern Ireland, across Strangford Lough from Portaferry Castle. It wa probably originally built in the 15th century but most of the present building dates from the late 16th century.

Strangford Castle is a castle on a height overlooking the harbour in Strangford, County Down, Northern Ireland, across Strangford Lough from Portaferry Castle. It wa probably originally built in the 15th century but most of the present building dates from the late 16th century.

A tower at Warwick Castle in England with church in Warwick in the background

Day Trip to Warwick Castle, Stratford-upon-Avon, the Cotswolds, and Oxford

Elizabeth Woodville: Mother of the Princes in the Tower (1437 - 1492) Queen consort to Edward IV of England (her 2nd marriage) Mother to 10 children by Edward. 15th GGMother

Elizabeth Woodville: Mother of the Princes in the Tower (1437 - 1492) Queen consort to Edward IV of England (her 2nd marriage) Mother to 10 children by Edward. 15th GGMother

Lumley Castle is a 14th century quadrangular castle in Chester-Le-Street, Durham, England. Built by Sir Ralph Lumley in 1389

Lumley Castle is a 14th century quadrangular castle in Chester-Le-Street, Durham, England. Built by Sir Ralph Lumley in 1389

Inveraray Castle in Scotland. Surrounded by a 16 acre garden & estate of 60,000 acres. Believed to be haunted by a 'harpist who peeped at the lady of the house' and was hung in1644.  in 2009 an episode of "Most Haunted" was filmed here.

Inveraray Castle in Scotland. Surrounded by a 16 acre garden & estate of 60,000 acres. Believed to be haunted by a 'harpist who peeped at the lady of the house' and was hung in1644. in 2009 an episode of "Most Haunted" was filmed here.

THE TOWER OF LONDON - HAUNTED? YES.. Located on the Thames, London, The Tower of London was built by William the Conqueror in 1078. The Tower has served as an armory, prison, torture and execution room, treasury, royal residence, public records office – but currently holds the title as the most haunted site in London.

Eleven Haunted Sites Around The World

THE TOWER OF LONDON - HAUNTED? YES.. Located on the Thames, London, The Tower of London was built by William the Conqueror in 1078. The Tower has served as an armory, prison, torture and execution room, treasury, royal residence, public records office – but currently holds the title as the most haunted site in London.