The most chilling part of Hall Place must be the tower, which has a sealed-off room at the very top. Here, it is said, the spectre of Lady Constance Atte Hall, in her white archaic costume, weeps and moans for eternity, for she cannot forget seeing her husband. Sir John Atte Hall, gored to death by a stag while hunting in the grounds below the tower window. After witnessing this distressing scene, poor Constance, also known as the White Lady, threw herself from the tower in an agony of grief
Some time ago, the spiral staircase which once led to the tower was removed in an attempt to prevent this despairing ghost from coming down and frightening the staff and visitors. But according to staff it didn't work, and she still walks and weeps to this day Understandably, they will not visit these areas late at night. The White Lady is kept company by another despairing female spectre: a young servant who cries and constantly wrings her hands. It is believed the girl is searching for a lost child who can never be found. Canterbury | Canterbury | Galway |
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