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Old 09-20-2007, 04:57 PM
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Thats just hilarious, I've also heard that the Princess of Wales' supposed ghost haunts Highgrove and calls Charles' name.
I believe Princess Diana has crossed over and is at peace.
Oh my god, I didn't hear Diana's ghost calls Charles' name. That is hysterical.
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Old 09-22-2007, 12:54 PM
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i bet his hair stands on end when he hears her........
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I can just imagine the scene " Gladys, Gladys, CAMILLA WAKE UP DIANA'S BACK.
Honestly who makes these stories up.
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Old 09-22-2007, 01:17 PM
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I can just imagine the scene " Gladys, Gladys, CAMILLA WAKE UP DIANA'S BACK.
Honestly who makes these stories up.
Geez, that could make some good fanfiction !!!
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Geez, that could make some good fanfiction !!!
It would be even more funny if someone made a cartoon of that scene.
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I wonder if Camilla has ever seen Diana's ghost?

I reading it an interesting animal ghost story about Camilla and Broadlands, Lord Mountbatten's home. Apparently in the early 1970's when she was visiting there with Charles at dinner one evening a dog was underneath the table. She felt and petted him. Apparently the dog had died a few days beforehand.
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Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands saw Abraham Lincolns ghost. She awoke to a knock on her door in the middle of the night while staying in Lincoln's bedroom, put on her housecoat, opened the door and saw him.
Winston Churchill had the same experience and wrote about it in one of his memoirs.

There was story that Anne Boelyn, after learning she was to be beheaded, broke from her guards and ran down the hall to Henry's private quaters to beg for her life. Some people report a dark shape darting just out of eyesight down that hallway.
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There was story that Anne Boelyn, after learning she was to be beheaded, broke from her guards and ran down the hall to Henry's private quaters to beg for her life. Some people report a dark shape darting just out of eyesight down that hallway.
Which palace? Hampton Court or St James maybe?
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Old 09-22-2007, 10:11 PM
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What about in the Netherlands? That was interesting to know about Queen Wilhemina and Lincoln.
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I have to wonder if the Abe Lincoln stories were just jokes being played on them. I've never had a ghostly encounter though I believe it's possible. I thought ghosts usually haunted the place were they died. Why would Lincoln haunt a room that he never stayed in even though it has his furniture in it?
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I have to wonder if the Abe Lincoln stories were just jokes being played on them. I've never had a ghostly encounter though I believe it's possible. I thought ghosts usually haunted the place were they died. Why would Lincoln haunt a room that he never stayed in even though it has his furniture in it?
No, I think it was his office, or something like that. Or maybe attached to a piece of furniture in there. I've heard that story, but I didn't connect it with Queen Wilhelmina. Apparantly she fainted, too! And not really royal, but also I heard that Winston Churchill stayed in there, and saw something, but refused to stay in there again.
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Which palace? Hampton Court or St James maybe?
I'm not sure which palace. Which one conducts tours for the public? I saw this on a t.v. program where they also did a renactment. Usually every Halloween the Travel Channel has programs on haunted places.

I'm really surprised no one has heard the story of Q. Wilhelmina. Also the train that transported Lincolns body to his resting place is sometimes seen at night, silently moving on a track that is no longer there.
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I'm not sure which palace. Which one conducts tours for the public? I saw this on a t.v. program where they also did a renactment. Usually every Halloween the Travel Channel has programs on haunted places.

I'm really surprised no one has heard the story of Q. Wilhelmina. Also the train that transported Lincolns body to his resting place is sometimes seen at night, silently moving on a track that is no longer there.
I think both do tours. I guess it's most likely one of the palaces that was used by Henry's court. I know he used St James and Windsor, for sure, and there were some hunting lodges around England that the Court made use of during the year. It would be a question obviously for a Tudor expert, which I'm not, but I believe Hampton Court was used by Cardinal Wolsey.
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It's not Anne Boleyn running down the hall, it was Henry's 5th wife named Catherine Howard.
Both women haunt Hampton Court, Anne seems to haunt at least 2 other places as well.

I know so many ghost stories that I get them mixed up.
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It's not Anne Boleyn running down the hall, it was Henry's 5th wife named Catherine Howard.
Both women haunt Hampton Court, Anne seems to haunt at least 2 other places as well.
Geez, haunting a couple of palaces....
Leave it to Anne Bolelyn to get herself around! As only her ghost could do, right?
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What royal palaces are haunted and by whom? I know just about every palace/ castle in Britain is haunted. Queen Elizabeth I haunts Windsor Castle Library, And Henry VIII wives haunt numerous places. What about other countries?
any Danish royal hauntings? Swedish, Monaco etc?
Hampton Court Palace is haunted by one of Henry VIII's wife.
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Catherine Howard and Jane Seymour.
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Catherine Howard and Jane Seymour.
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