Halsham House resides in the village of Halsham, in the heart of Holderness, which has been around since 1584 and was established by John Constable. The eerie building which has formally been a school, an alms house, a convent, and a hospital.

When the house underwent some restoration in the 1970s, small bones were found in the attic. Nobody seems to know if these were human bones or animals bones and nobody is sure if their origins.

Halsham House has a reputation for swinging chandeliers, phantom voices, doors opening by themselves and books being thrown.

Apparitions of a monk been seen on the main staircase, a ghost of possibly a young boy, who is thought to be friendly but shy.

Most of its documented Hauntings have been publicly documented by Most Haunted.

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