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“I Love Robins” by Adam Swaine
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Tiny legs outstretched and wings spread in flight, a robin prepares to make an unlikely landing on my lens..nope!!

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Your Daily Ghost Story #070 • Ghostly Doggos Interact With Living Doggos (Sutton House)

Built in 1535, Sutton House has seen a variety of uses before its timely refurbishment in the 1990s. But before the Spice Girls hit the scene, and before bowl hats were ok to wear in public, it was the home to merchants, clergymen - and was even a schoolhouse!

However, its past residents are still active even now. With the Most Haunted team making an appearance in 2007, there’s an array of human and animal hauntings often detected.

Maybe you’ll see a woman in a blue dress hover over you when you wake from a nightmare, the ghost of a woman believed to have died in childbirth. Or perhaps you’ll hear the wail of John Machell’s dogs as they howl at the bright moon in the dead of the night.

Sure, they might have lived in the 16th century, but a doggo gotta doggo.

Speaking of puppers, even living dogs have weird reactions to the house, often becoming transfixed by the stairs and someone who may or not be walking down them…

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Your Daily Ghost Story #068 • Mary Queen Of Scots Walks To Her Execution (Fotheringhay Castle)

Mary Queen of Scots’ life ended as many of her ancestors did - at the executioner’s hand. But its not just her death which she has in common with so many other British monarchs: its her afterlife, too.

After her death, the castle she called home was essentially dismembered and sent round the country. But even though the great oak staircase ended up 4 miles away in another location, it is said she still walks down them towards her execution.

Fun fact: when the guy cut her head off, he held it up by her hair to prove her death, only for her wig to be pulled off and her head drop to the floor.


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Pooley Bridge Path (Ullswater) by Adam Swaine
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The waymarked Ullswater Way is a 20 mile round the lake footpath that links all four piers. A great opportunity to take in all the sights that Ullswater has to offer over a course of a few days

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River Eamont at Pooley Bridge by Adam Swaine
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Village in England DescriptionPooley Bridge is a village in the Eden District of the northwestern English county of Cumbria, within the traditional borders of Westmorland. The village takes its name from a bridge over the River Eamont at the northern end of Ullswater The River Eamont is a river in Cumbria, England and one of the major tributaries of the River Eden. The name of the river is from Old English and is a back formation from Eamont Bridge which means the junction of streams

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Aysgarth, Yorkshire Dales National Park by Adam Swaine
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Aysgarth Falls are a triple flight of waterfalls, surrounded by woodland and farmland, carved out by the River Ure over an almost one-mile stretch on its descent to mid-Wensleydale in the Yorkshire Dales of England, near the village of Aysgarth

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