The haunted castle in Britain can be said to be world-famous, but there are still many tourists who bravely explore the secrets and want to experience the supernatural phenomenon with their own eyes. It is said that some people explored Bury Pomerow Castle late at night, and they actually photographed two ghost horses and were chased away, almost frightening their courage. And it is said that these two horses still have a history. Let's take a look with the editor.
A British woman photographed a ghost horse during a night tour of a ghost castle
Berry Pomeroy Castle in Devon, England, is a famous haunted castle in the UK. A few days ago, three teenagers went to play in the early morning, and they actually took pictures of ghosts, two suspected "ghost horses" shuttled by the old castle.
According to the Daily Mail, Bury Pomerow Castle was the last castle built in England. The Seymour family bought it from the Pomeroy family in 1547. At that time, it was rumored that the two brothers of the Pomeroy family, because they could not escape the pursuit of the enemy, put on armor and rode in full armor. He rode his horse to the top of the castle, jumped off and committed suicide.
One of the 19-year-old girls who took the ghost photos, Chloe, said that she and two male friends did not plan to go to the castle at the time, but her friend Tyler pointed out that Bury Pomerrow Castle was often haunted. 3 people decided to find out. Luo Ai recalled that when they were wandering around the castle, they did not deliberately look for ghosts or supernatural phenomena. Unexpectedly, when they looked at the photos later, they noticed that there were white shadows resembling two horses in the photo taken at 1 o'clock in the morning. "After seeing it, many people think it is a horse chasing someone, and I completely believe it.
Chloe said that she didn't really believe in ghosts at first, and another friend who was traveling with her that day, Charlie, didn't believe in ghosts either, but the flashing white shadow in the photo seemed veryvery strange. It may be the trajectory of some kind of bug when it flies, and it must not be ghosts or the like, because they don't really exist.
Bury Pomerow Castle ghost legend
It is not for nothing that Bury Pomerow Castle is known as one of the most haunted castles in Britain. According to rumors, there are two female ghosts here, one is Mrs. Bai and the other is Mrs. Lan.
Mrs. Lan would greet passers-by with question marks, lure them to the castle, and then kill them. It is said that she was the daughter of William, Duke of Normandy in France, and was imprisoned in this contract. The father was captured and the child died again. And the other Mrs. Bai is her younger sister.
Now, the castle is a Grade I listed building and although it is English Heritage, it is still owned by the Duke of Somerset!