Graded locations

Listed buildings are graded in each location in this blog. Eg. Grade I, II* II of grade I is of most importance. Grade A relates to Scotland. See BLB

Monday, 21 April 2014


Name: Jamaica Inn
Locality: A30, Altarnun, Cornwall PL15 7TS
Built: Late 18th century
Owner: Alen Jackson 
Grade II

The Jamaica Inn is famous for its smuggling history and for being the setting and inspiration behind Daphne du Maurier's book,making an appearance in a Alfred Hitchcock film

Illustration by Jules

Drinking Sailor

Location: Bolventor - Jamaica Inn
Type: Haunting Manifestation
Date / Time: Unknown
Further Comments: A sailor who was murdered nearby reportedly returns to the public house to finish his last drink; he has been seen sitting on the wall outside the building. There have also been reports of a ghostly floating cloak, while outside there was a report of a phantom man hanging by his neck from a nearby tree.

Source - Paranormal Database
Photos JPTUK