We need your help! In early January 2015, we were approached by a Senior Features Reporter for the North West Evening Mail. He noticed that we did not list any haunted hostelries for the Barrow-in-Furness district. This is because we do not have any information on haunted hostelries in the area. This is not to say that there are no haunted hostelries in Barrow. We could not find any; and we have tried. Therefore, he wrote an article and put it in the newspaper. The article is here for us all to read: Does your regular haunt have ghosts?
Even with the help of the media, we still cannot find haunted hostelries in Barrow. We also noticed that there are other districts throughout the United Kingdom, where haunted hostelry information is not forthcoming. So, we decided to compile a list of least haunted local authorities (i.e., those local authorities that have zero haunted hostelry listings on our website). If you can find one in the following areas then we will give you full credit for your efforts on our website.
Particularly, we noticed that Northern Ireland does not seem have many haunted hostelries. Oddly, we noticed the district of Cannock Chase, in Staffordshire, appears to have zero haunted hostelries. This is supposedly the location of the most famous Four Crosses pub. The pub occupied the news for months in late 2014 and still swamps searches when looking for haunted hostelries in the district of Cannock Chase. Unless our address validation services are incorrect, which is doubtful as these are issued by the UK government, the Four Crosses is not in the district of Cannock Chase. It is instead in the Authority of South Staffordshire.
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