These are the most haunted places in the UK if you’re looking for guaranteed chills

Haunted houses UK – how to find the spookiest spots…

Autumn has rolled around quicker than you can say pumpkin, so dust of your Halloween costume if you’ve got a big night planned and take a look at some of these Halloween makeup ideas.

Otherwise light the Halloween Yankee Candles, run a bath and make sure you’ve stocked up on the Lush Halloween bath bombs. If you’re feeling brave you might even want to stick on a scary film.

But if you like things super spooky and watching The Ring in the dark doesn’t cut it, have you thought about visiting one of the UK’s most haunted houses?

Authentic Vacations has listed the scariest places across the country if you love a good ghost story and aren’t afraid to head into a place known for ghosts and ghouls.

To find out which spots are the spookiest, they analysed the number of mentions in ‘most haunted’ articles online as well as taking into account the TripAdvisor reviews. Each place was then ranked by mentions and percentage of scary reviews to get a total score.

So what are you waiting for? Grab your coat and head down to the most haunted houses, pubs and castles in the UK…

Haunted Houses UK

Ancient Ram Inn

Location: Gloucestershire

‘Scare score’: 83/100

Chillingham Castle

Location:Northumberland

‘Scare score’: 64/100

Skirrid Mountain Inn

Location: Abergavenny

‘Scare score’: 59/100

Pendle Hill

Location: Lancashire

‘Scare score’: 58/100

Berry Pomeroy

Location: Devon

‘Scare score’: 56/100

Golden Fleece

Location: York

‘Scare score’: 51/100

Tower of London

Locations: London

‘Scare score’: 50/100

Schooner Hotel

Location: Northumberland

‘Scare score’: 45/100

Tulloch Castle Hotel

Location: Scotland

‘Scare score’: 43/100

Woodchester Mansion

Location: Gloucestershire

‘Scare score’: 37/100

Will you be booking a trip to one of the most haunted houses in the UK?

If you do, you’re braver than us.

Gulp.

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