Arreton Manor side-shot view

Side-shot view of Arreton Manor.

The Arreton Manor is a manor house is Arreton, Isle of Wight, England.

The Arreton Manor history is traced to 872 AD to the time of King Alfred the Great and his parents. Once owned by William the Conqueror, as mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086, in the 12th century it became part of Quarr Abbey and was used by the monks for over 400 years. In 1525 it was leased to the Leigh family. The manor was rebuilt between 1595 and 1612. Built in Jacobean style, it is in the shape of a "H". It is also widely known on the Isle of Wight in folklore for its paranormal activity, particularly the ghost of a young girl named Annabelle Leigh who was murdered at the manor by her own brother in 1560.

There was numerous paranormal activities taking place for the Most Haunted team.

The Most Haunted team made major apparent contact with a little girl called Anna who was strangled to death.
The original ghosts of the Isle of Wight in Most Haunted

The original ghosts of the Isle of Wight thrown across the room by the spirit of Henry.

This comunication took place via a series of taps and bangs.

A book was flown across the room by an apparent spirit named Henry who, according to Ciran o'Kaffee, was too busy laughing to answer why he chose to throw the book. Coincidental or not, the book thrown was 'The original ghosts of the Isle of Wight' by Gay Baldwin.

Other sounds, noises and light annomallies were caught in various rooms.


The book thrown at them by the spirit of a man named Henry, 'The original ghosts of the Isle of Wight' by Gay Baldwin, can be purchased on Amazon for £0.56