17 of the most haunted places in Calderdale

17 of the most haunted places in Calderdale

As Halloween is nearly upon us we're taking a look at some of the most haunted places in Calderdale.

From ghostly pubs to spooky sightings on the street, here are 17 locations in the borough and their stories that could have come straight from a Halloween film. To see our other picture galleries, click here to see things you can no longer do in Halifax town centre, here for a night out in 2004 and click here to see iconic nightclubs of Halifax through the ages.

The famous Piece Hall was built between 1775 and 1779 as a cloth market for the display and sale of pieces of worsted and woollen cloth. It is said to be haunted by market men who were murdered there.

5. The Piece Hall, Halifax

The famous Piece Hall was built between 1775 and 1779 as a cloth market for the display and sale of pieces of worsted and woollen cloth. It is said to be haunted by market men who were murdered there.
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The grounds of this house dates back to the 13th century and features a lot of history. Previous residents have said to have spotted a lady in a white dress who would walk along the gallery

6. Clay House, West Vale

The grounds of this house dates back to the 13th century and features a lot of history. Previous residents have said to have spotted a lady in a white dress who would walk along the gallery
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Ghosts and orbs have been caught on camera, although it is still unknown who haunts the site. A ghost holding a staff is thought to be the Soul Collector, who comes to collect the ghosts.

7. Square Chapel, Halifax

Ghosts and orbs have been caught on camera, although it is still unknown who haunts the site. A ghost holding a staff is thought to be the Soul Collector, who comes to collect the ghosts.
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This town centre pub was originally built as a town house in the 1580s by William Saville of Copley. The building is said to be haunted by a chambermaid and her baby.

8. The Old Cock Inn, Halifax

This town centre pub was originally built as a town house in the 1580s by William Saville of Copley. The building is said to be haunted by a chambermaid and her baby.
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