tiny village in Kent is one of the most, if not the most, haunted village in
England. It is
haunted by twelve ghosts, ranging from a ghostly white lady to unidentified
of Pluckley's houses and cottages claim to be haunted but perhaps the most
famous place is the Saint Nicholas' Church and graveyard. The ghost of 'Red
Lady Derring' has been seen wandering the graveyard, and the chapel where she
rests has been subject to unexplained knocks and bangs. The churchyard is also
home to a ghostly white lady and a phantom white dog.
Lady Derring, but this time the 'White Lady', is said to haunt the site where
the Derring Manor once stood. The Manor burnt down in 1952, but an old
mistress of the house is still said to haunt there and poltergeist activity
still happens there.
old monk haunts Greystones House and is occasionally seen with a lady from
Rose Court, which is also haunted. The road that leads from the village to
Smarden is also thought to be haunted by a phantom coach and horses.
the rest of the ghostly crew are the screaming man, the ghost of a school
master who hanged himself, a phantom highwayman, the ghost of an old miller
who now haunts the mill at Pinnock and the ghost of a soldier who killed
himself at Park wood.