Spooky Halloween road trip for the North East of England includes locations in Northumberland
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With Halloween just around the corner, car maintenance brand Holts has created a unique spooky road trip that spans 228 miles across the North East.
The trip is roughly five hours 40 minutes long and begins at Bamburgh Castle’s ancient site, whose ramparts are said to be stalked by the phantom of the Pink Lady.
From there, you would travel south to Alnwick Castle, then Marsden Grotto and then to The Ship Isis, a pub said to be still plagued by the spirit of 19th-century serial killer, Mary Ann Cotton.
The trip then suggests taking a break at The Cosmopolitan Hotel, whose rooms are said to be haunted by three paranormal entities, and finally ends at the Old George Inn, a 16th-century coaching inn where lots of strange sightings have been reported.