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Chingle Hall

Goosnargh, England

Built in 1260 by Adam de Singleton, Chingle Hall is the oldest surviving brick house in all of Great Britain. The kitchen of the house is said to be inhabited by a poltergeist that throws dishes, clothes, and glasses at residents. The entity is also said to cause objects to spontaneously combust. Others have seen ghosts of monks in and around the area surrounding the hall.

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Joe Finkleness says:

August 21, 2006, 9:38 pm

I went here i live in England. This story is not true. The real story goes a french fry killed a carrot and that carrot haunts this place. I have seen floting carrots. It was really creepy.

Eva von Rice says:

November 10, 2008, 5:01 pm

I would like to see a picture of Singleton Hall/ Chingle Hall. My mother is a Wall and a decendant of this ancient family. Is there a website showing a picture of Chingle Hall. I would sure like to see what it looks like… Thanks Eva.


January 1, 2011, 7:59 pm

nope, ghostly fish are the problem here, and ghostly rabbits. I saw a ghostly rabbit and nearly died. It HAPPENED LAST SUMMER.

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