Tour Locations | Haunted Chester: A Spooky Stroll around the Roman-Walled City
On your left, walking down Lower Bridge Street, is Tudor House. The building is just after the Italian restaurant, La Fattoria.
This old building has been a private house, a deli and shops over the years. But it's best known for its headless ghost, who inhabits the top floor.
Chester was under siege from 1643 to 1646 as part of the English Civil War and sided primarily with the Royalists. The unfortunate former owner of Tudor House is said to have been decapitated by a stray cannon ball. But he's not the only person to loose their head at this time.
You will meet others later ...