Annesley Hall is a grade 2 listed building and is located in Annesley, Nottinghamshire in England.
The hall was built around 1156 when William the Conqueror bestowed the hall to a fellow Norman.
Over the years Annesley Hall has been the home of many Lords including the famous poet, Lord Byron.
During the 14th century the Bubonic Plague ravaged the surrounding area and many of its victims were buried in the graveyard right next door to the hall.
When electricity was being installed into the hall during the 1940′s the skeletal remains of a heavily pregnant young lady were found underneath a staircase. Carbon dating dated the bones back to the 1600′s during which period in time a young maid who worked in the hall went missing.
During the 19th century the village surrounding the hall was demolished.
The hall left family ownership in 1973. After which it slowly started to fall into disrepair.
In 1997 a huge fire broke out in Annesley hall ravaging the building and leaving nothing but an empty shell. The same condition in which it still stands today.
Today Annesley Hall is privately owned.
Reported Paranormal Activity
Annesley Hall is thought to be one of the most haunted buildings in Nottinghamshire.
In the dinning room the ghost of a white lady has been seen along with the sounds of music playing. Objects have also been known to be thrown across the floor by an unseen force in this room.
In the laundry room a young girl hung herself from the ceiling many years ago. Her ghost has been seen by eyewitnesses standing underneath the area where she was found.
In the library disembodied voices have been heard mumbling along with the strong smell of cigar smoke.
In the bedroom which once belonged to Lord Byron visitors have been forcibly shoved out of the room by unseen hands.
Knocking and scraping noises have been heard emerging from the cellar when no one was down there.
The ghost of a young woman has been seen by a fireplace on numerous occasions holding a tiny baby. It is though she is the same lady whose bones were found underneath the staircase and she is holding her child she never got to see.
Other visitors of Annesley Hall have experienced a burning sensation on their neck complete with a red mark which fades after a while.