A true ghost story about one of England’s most famous queens, Anne Boleyn. Witnessed on numerous occasions throughout the centuries at her historic home, Hever Castle, and the Tower of London, where she was executed, as well as many less familiar places you wouldn’t necessarily expect to find her, Anne Boleyn’s ghost is considered to be one the most frequently seen ghosts in the UK.
One day in 2009, a family visited Hever Castle on the 500th anniversary of King Henry the Eighth’s accession to the throne. Whilst there, one of the family members – a budding photographer – unknowingly captured the ghost that has allured so many individuals since her dramatic, and rather gruesome, end. Nearly five hundred years later, Anne Boleyn appears not a day older than the day she lost her head …
This is an account of that photographer’s eventful day at the castle, and the mysterious images he took.
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I was born in the south east of England and have spent most of my life here. I love visiting castles and have seen many throughout England and Wales. I spend most of my time between my three main interests: reading, writing and photography. My reading preferences are science fiction, non fiction, fantasy and historical.
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