Caergwrle, Flintshire, Wales

Caergwrle Castle

The Little Old Lady

The ghost of a little old lady has been reported near the castle. She was described as being from the Victorian era, and was wearing a black cloak and a black bonnet (similar to one worn by females from the Salvation Army). However, the witness reported that she had no feet and was simply gliding along.

Caergwrle Castle

A ghostly black Labrador was reported jumping over the castle wall and running off down the street.

Packhorse Bridge

This 17th century river crossing is said to be haunted by a number of ghosts - a young girl and two women. Members of Cheshire Paranormal Society (CPS) took this photo during a vigil on the historic Packhorse Bridge, although nothing was said to be visible at the moment the picture was taken. Some point out that the orb towards the left middle of the picture is also of paranormal origin.


Visitor Information

Caergwrle is a village in the county of Flintshire, Wales.

Approximately 5–6 miles from Wrexham and situated on the A541 road, it is contiguous with the villages of Abermorddu and Hope, though, in parts, the Caergwrle and Hope are separated by a river border. The village lies on the River Alyn and sits at the base of Hope Mountain.

Pictured are the ruins of Caergwrle Castle courtesy of Clintheacock66. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.