Woodchester Mansion is located in Stonehouse, Gloucestershire in England.
Construction of the mansion started in 1858 but ended in 1870 leaving the building half finished. From the outside the mansion looks complete but inside there are floors, plaster and even whole rooms missing.
It is believed that construction ended early because the man behind it all, William Leigh died and his remaining family did not wish to carry on with the project he had started.
During the 2nd World War Woodchester Mansion was used as a Billet for the American and Canadian troops.
The Mansion was then abandoned once again.
Today Woodchester Mansion is owned and run by the National Trust and is open for the public to enjoy.
Reported Paranormal Activity
In the upper levels of the building visitors have reported experiencing sensations as though they were not alone, pokes and pushes by people who were not there, feelings of uneasiness and strange tapping noises coming from places where there were no people.
The voice of a female has been heard on various occasions near to the office. Psychics who have visited Woodchester Mansion have often picked up on the spirit of a female here. The believe she is very anxious over something, possibly a baby.
Banging on the door of the Great Hall has often been heard along with voices of people speaking French near the Chapel.