The Ghosts at Levens Hall, South Cumbria

11/19/2009 03:30:00 PM ·

At first glance, the bizarre topiaries at Levens Hall paint a picture of Edward Scissorhands specially manicured garden. It's an interesting and intriguing site that only Patrick Bernauw can describe in his vivid and haunting tales of haunts and ghosts around the world.

Levens Hall, in South Cumbria, is a Tudor style sixteenth century residence, built on the site of a twelfth century Pele Tower. The house is open to the public from April to October. A Lakeland guide once described the park as ‘the sweetest spot that fancy can imagine’. The picturesque manor house has become world famous because of its topiary garden , with the yew trees that have been cut to amazing shapes for the past three centuries.

Read More about Levens Hall in South Cumbria and some of the haunting tales on Socyberty

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