Details of Haunted Place :
Hever Castle was built in the thirteenth century and initially consisted only of a gatehouse and a walled bailey, which was surrounded by a moat. In 1460, the castle came into the possession of a rich London merchant named Henry Bullen. The buildings were extended considerably by the Bullens. Henry's son, Thomas, changed his name to Boleyn and married Elizabeth Howard, daughter of the Duke of Norfolk. Thomas and Elizabeth had several children, one of whom was Anne Boylen
Anne was one of Henry VIII's many wive's When Henry grew tired of Anne (as he tended to do with his wives) he trumped up charges of treasonous adultery - accusing her of being incestuous with her own brother. She was duly sent to the Tower of London, declared guilty, and sentenced to death. On the 19th May 1536, Anne was beheaded at the Tower of London.
Naturally, Anne wasn't going to let a little thing like losing her head stop her from enjoying the castle. Oh no - she is regularly seen roaming around Hever Castle as if she hadn't a care in the world. Trouble is, so the folk at the visitor centre tell us, she like to visit the catle but never, ever pays for her admission ticket.