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HRS 705 Goosenargh, Chingle Hall 1980s

'The hall was probably first built around 1260, by Adam de Singleton. Most of the original moat still survives. ... Visitors to the hall are shown a window where it was claimed a light was shone to show it was safe to attend Mass in the Hall at a time of persecution. A number of secret 'Priests' hiding holes' have been discovered. There have been many reports of hauntings, noises and cries. (Ghosts, Traditions, & Legends of Lancashire. Sigma Press. Ken Howarth 1993)
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Keywords:Goosenargh, buildings, christianity, ghosts, halls, hauntings, lancashire, moats, priest hiding holes, religion, religious persecution, ribble valley, spooks

HRS 705 Goosenargh, Chingle Hall 1980s