tells of the ghost of a milk-woman who wanders along Raven Meadows in the dead
of night constantly repeating the following rhyme:
and Measure sold I ever,
milk and water sold I never."
Dingle is said to be haunted by the ghost of Mrs Foxall.
was burned at the stake there in 1647 for murdering her husband.
Given its military name because during August 1485 soldiers stayed in the timber
framed hall while their leader, Henry Tudor, lodged in the house in front.
sightings have been reported of groups of men milling about inside and faces suddenly
appearing at windows.
is a tale that the soldiers killed at Bosworth Field have returned to Shrewsbury
because of the warm welcome given by the town.
was the first town entered by Henry on his way to seize the crown of England at
find out more about Henry and the murderous House of York who were based at Ludlow,
Two costumed figures share this timber framed home of the County Museum.
lady in fine period costume has been seen to rest upon a bed displayed upstairs.
She was also seen at the bed's original location in the building.
other visitor is a male who seems oblivious to the lady - a lovers' tiff perhaps?
in a costume of the same period but has been seen long before her arrival and
was "attending" the house long before it became a museum.
Shrewsbury station was once the gateway to Wales and the North, with many routes
on which VIP's would travel.
such VIP, a Shrewsbury Councillor, has made the same journey to platform three
since 1887 when he was killed by a falling roof, which also crushed his carriage
and injured his horse.
shadowy figure stands or sits near the ramp entrance from Castle St.
refurbished, it is created from two old public houses called "The Hole in the
Wall" & "Mardol Vaults (Blood Tub)".
Sarah - walks through the pub and then vanishes
During the revamp remains of a 13th Century stone mansion were uncovered.
now form part of the decor. A young female, Lady Sarah, makes after hour visits
smiling whilst walking through the pub before vanishing.
she the daughter of a local 14th Century family who died under tragic circumstances
in the mansion?