If you dare, read the list below that includes scary stories around some of Sheffield’s most haunted places.
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1. The big black dog of Bunting Nook.
Rumour has it there is a dog with jet black fur, snarling fangs and eyes blacker than the dead of night, the dog apparently roams the streets around Bunting Nook, Norton, hunting for men to savage in the dark. Apparently, the dog makes the car stall before preying on any male passenger of cars. It was last sighted 13 years ago in 2007.
2. Northern General's Vickers Corridor.
This scary old corridor at Sheffield's main hospital has apparently had many reports of ghostly patients walking up to nurses and doctors asking them to help them to sleep. However, when the staff try to reach out to them, they disappear.
3. Hartshead area, Sheffield City Centre.
Campo Lane, in the city centre near the Cathedral, is the dividing line between ‘old Sheffield' and the newer half of the city. Right in the centre, the old area is known as Hartshead, and it's allegedly home to many ghosts thanks to being built on the site of an old well from Celtic and Roman times.
4. The Old Queens Head.
The Old Queens Head is said to have a Civil War soldier who stands in front of the fireplace and has been seen by the general public. There is also a medieval child who's known by the name 'Pierre' who loves blonde-haired women and pulls on their hair to get their attention.