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The Green Lady of Costessey Hall

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Costessey Hall is one of Norfolk’s great Gothic losses.

With a silhouette like a fairytale castle, filled with turrets crying out for Rapunzel, towering chimneys and crinkly crenellations, the Hall was a victim of war: destroyed not by bombs, but by the British, whose use of it for training during World War One left it uninhabitable and too expensive to repair.

Today just one ivy-clad ruin remains, watching balefully over the 18th fairway on Costessey Park Golf Course, inhabited, legend has it, by the ghost of The Green Lady.

Full tale at the Eastern Daily Press UK: Link

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Wow, what a shame that something like that has been almost completely destroyed. 

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