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E-Bound’s 12 Ghosts of Xmas – Day #9

Join us as we share our 12 Ghosts of Xmas taking us right up to December 23rd 2022. 12 Haunted churches from across the UK.


E-Bound’s 12 Ghosts of Xmas – Day #9


Situated in the grounds of Arundel Castle, St Nicholas is one of the very few church buildings that is divided into two worship areas, a Roman Catholic area (the chancel) and an Anglican area (the nave and transepts). The chancel of the Fitzalan Chapel, is used as the private mausoleum of the Dukes of Norfolk. In 1940 an unknown photographer captured what is possibly an apparition of a man standing at the altar, even though nobody else was in the vicinity at the time the photo was taken. Other reported activity includes the apparition of a priest who is said to have killed a local squire and a brown lady who is seen in the motion of cleaning, but disappears when people get to close. She is thought to have been completely devoted to the church and continues her duties even after her death in 1907.


The photo taken in 1940.






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Photo Credit: oldbookillustrations.com


Above picture circa.1783-1852

View of the interior of St Nicholas Church, Arundel, seemingly during the restoration works that took place in the mid-nineteenth century. According to the author, the original ecclesiastical foundation was that of the alien priory, subjected to the Benedictine abbey of Sées (formerly Séez), in Normandy. The building of the present church dates from 1380.

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