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Most Haunted was a British paranormal documentary reality television series. The series was first shown on 25 May, 2002 and ended on 21 July, 2010. It was broadcast on Living TV and presented by Yvette Fielding. The program was based on investigating purported paranormal activity. - Wikipedia

During it's run, the Most Haunted team investigated various locations in Cornwall as listed below

Most Haunted is reported to be returning to British Television in 2014 on the 'Really' channel

 

Pengersick Castle - in Praa Sands is believed to be one of the most haunted locations in Cornwall. The Pengersick family have lived there since the 12th Century when it was built. The Pengersick family were amongst the most notorious in all Cornwall, with many legends associated with them throughout the years.

This is an atmospheric location that spooks even the hard-bitten, worldy-wise Most Haunted crew.

First aired in 2003                               www.pengersickcastle.com

Jamaica Inn - A legendary coaching house located on Bodmin Moor.

The building was erected in 1750 to give shelter to travellers as they passed over the wind-swept moors. The inn and its shadowy past were both immortalised in Daphne du Mauriers novel, "Jamaica Inn" published in 1936. Its isolated location made it a popular stop for smugglers.  

First aired in 2004                               www.jamaicainn.co.uk

 

Wellington Hotel - A 16th Century coaching inn, extended in 1860. Originally called Bos Castle Hotel but it was renamed the Scotts Wellington in 1852, after the late Duke of Wellington. 

 

A number of prominent people have stayed at the hotel, including Edward VII, novelist Thomas Hardy and Sir Henry Irving, the first actor to be knighted. However, the hotel's history has been a fairly quiet one.

First aired in 2004                               www.wellingtonhotelboscastle.com

 

Bodmin Jail - Bodmin Jail (Gaol) is on Bodmin Moor. he original jail was built for King George III in 1779. The Jail you see today was built by the prisoners who brought the 20,000 tons of granite from Bodmin’s “Cuckoo Quarry”. During the First World War the Jail held state papers and the Doomsday book – The Crown Jewels have also been given safe haven there as well.

First aired in 2005

Bodmin Jail  museum and do their own ghost walks - www.bodminjail.org

Prideaux Place - an Elizabethan country house in Padstow, Cornwall, England.

Home of the Prideaux-Brune family for centuries, it was completed in 1592.

The house is filled with many treasures, including royal portraits, the Prideaux Porcelain Collection and elegant furniture. The ceiling in the Great Chamber is a fine example of Elizabethan plaster work. The team visit the ancestral home on the Cornish coastline with a history of murder, suicide and treason.

First aired in 2005                                www.prideauxplace.co.uk

Some of these locations, along with many others, have their own 'Ghost walks' - please check Cornwall Tourist Information's website for more details.

Also please feel free to check out other ghost locations on our Haunted Cornwall page.

The locations used in the filming of Most Haunted

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