Langsmead House is located in Thame, Oxfordshire in England.
The house was built in 1924 and is situated within 3.5 acres of land which is mostly mature gardens.
During World War 2 the house was owned by band leader, Jack Hilton. Jack often hosted wild parties in Langsmead House and almost always had guests who were 1930′s and 1940′s celebrities.
Mike Hailwood who was a world motorbike champion was born in Langsmead House on April 2nd, 1940.
General Fuller and his Russian Princess wife lived in Langsmead House along with war hero and author T.E Lawrence until a few days before Mr Lawrence died. His death was ruled as suspicious.
Today Langsmead House is used as a bed and breakfast and is known as the Langsmead House B&B.
Guests staying at the bed and breakfast claimed to have heard eerie sounds of heavy phantom footsteps walking down the corridors.
The sound of a ghostly man has also been heard clearing his throat.