With the scariest night of the year creeping up on us it is time to start thinking about how you will travel the frightful streets of the city on the 31st October, making sure you have a plan of action that will encourage the most fun.
This is why we at Limo Broker thought we would share some of the eeriest destinations our country has to offer. Here are our top five scary destinations; we hope they give you some spooky inspiration!
Sat on misty Essex land this Victorian mansion claims to be the most haunted location in the UK, a tagline that many thrill-seekers find intriguing as the end of October looms.Following a fire in 1939, reports suggesting paranormal activity peaked, with the majority of visitors claiming to feel the presence of the unknown when at the manor.
The most shilling tale from this Essex property is one involving a nun and a monk from the monastery; two people that planned to elope but were caught before doing so. The monk was allegedly beheaded and the nun was buried alive within the walls of Borley Rectory! She is believed to be haunting the property as we speak!
The Jamaica Inn
Built in 1750, the Jamaica Inn was a spot that welcomed weary travellers and smugglers of whisky and tea, a place where people congregated to enjoy the fruits of their criminal activities. Legend tells that whoever stays at the Jamaica Inn will enjoy a host of sinister noises including horses and cartwheels whisking past.
The Village of Pluckley
Pluckley village has over the years gained a reputation for being the most haunted village in Britain, with residents and visitors alike blasting the atmosphere as unnerving.
With around 16 ghost sightings being reported myths include tales of a screaming man, a highwayman who appears at Fright Corner, a schoolmaster found hanged by a group of children and an old woman who simply sits and smokes.
The Tower of London
Having been examined by a wealth of paranormal investigators The Tower of London is seldom thought as a light-hearted destination, with many believing the tower to welcome the late Henry VI on the anniversary of his death.
In addition to Henry VI The White Lady is said to often make an appearance, waving at groups of children in a manor that echoes the most disturbing horror film you have ever seen.
Chillingham Castle dates way back to the 12th century, an era well-known for its spooky encounters. Featuring a rather well-kept torture dungeon one cannot help but to feel rushes of macabre when visiting Chillingham Castle, with only the strongest of minds able to complete the organised ghost hunts.
Hire a Ghost or Phantom for your travels
Offering scarily cheap rates for Rolls Royce hire this month we at Limo Broker urge everyone to stay safe this Halloween, making use of our facilities on a night reserved for both ghoulish and foolish behaviour. Whether you are looking to visit any of the frightful destinations mentioned or are just going to hit the town, be sure to make the most of this halloween and travel in style.
Contact us today and learn more about the various transport options at hand.