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Tutbury Castle


What is Tutbury Castle?

Tutbury Castle is a medieval castle in Staffordshire, England, that has a long and rich history. It was built by the Normans in the 11th century, and later rebuilt and expanded by the de Ferrers family and John of Gaunt, the second Duke of Lancaster. The castle was also the residence of Constance, the wife of John of Gaunt, who hosted a lavish court and patronized arts and music.

The castle is best known for being one of the prisons of Mary Queen of Scots, who was held there four times before her execution. The castle has been destroyed and rebuilt several times, and is now a Scheduled Ancient Monument owned by the Duchy of Lancaster.

Are you brave enough to explore the dark and spooky secrets of Tutbury Castle? Do you want to experience the thrill of ghost hunting in one of the most haunted castles in England? Do you dare to encounter the restless spirits of Mary Queen of Scots, the man in armour, the white lady, and the children who haunt the castle grounds? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you are ready for a haunted tour of Tutbury Castle!

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