With yells, laugh, loud bangs, footsteps, strange obscure anecdotes, North Wales Hospital locality in Denbigh has led many ghost hunters over these years. The building was built in the year 1848 for people with mental disorders and was home to 1,500 patients and 1,000 staff. It was shut down in 1995.
Even it was presented in the TV show Most Haunted, British paranormal reality television series between 2002 and 2010. In 2008, TV show Most Haunted investigators visit, they called the town as the “Village of the Damned” and they argued that the place is “cursed by witches”.
This horrific mansion has various frightful and ghost-like mysteries behind in it. There have been many scary and mysterious stories on it over the years from the locals living there.
Helen Morgan, the head of the project for developers Jones Bros, said, “The feedback we received during the consultation was very positive with huge support for the scheme. We fully recognise the significance of the hospital to generations of local people and will continue to work closely with Denbighshire County Council to ensure the development of the site recognises its important and historic connections with Denbigh and the Vale of Clwyd”.
As reported by Daily Post, the warnings about the property have since increased with fears that the Grade II-listed building is in a state of near destruction after being led to different fire attacks and vandalism.
. As per the latest reports, a £75m renewal project by developer Jones Bros, which has layouts to modify the site into 300 new homes with facilities for local businesses, shops and recreation activities. These plans are now with the Denbighshire County Council. The works are on hold due to the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic.