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It's believed to be one of Yorkshire's most haunted buildings - and it's certainly a draw for lovers of all things supernatural.

Bolling Hall in Bradford, which appears in the Domesday Book of 1086, has reportedly been the scene of dozens of unexplained occurrences, from coins falling from ceilings; cups and plates being thrown, people's faces changing and hair pulled; people feeling eerie breath on back of their neck; people fainting, breaking out into cold sweats and bursting into tears for no reason.

Paranormal investigation team Project Reveal visited the hall to investigate the phenomena and spoke to visitor services supervisor Paul Hodgson, who described some very creepy experiences at the hall.

An early ghost story comes from the days of the English Civil War in 1643, when the house was a Royalist base.

Legend has it that when the Royalists took the town, it was thought all 3,000 Bradford residents would be killed as Parliamentarian sympathisers.

But Royalist commander the Earl of Newcastle is said to have seen the ghost of a woman in his bedroom, saying 'pity poor Bradford' over and over - and leading to the Royalists sparing the lives of anyone who did not fight them back.

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