Ghoulish tourism!

According to The Independent, the Yorkshire house that inspired Jane Eyre's Thornfield Hall is now open to the public. Charlotte Bronte visited the stately home of Norton Conyers in 1839, and heard the legend of "Mad Mary", a woman who was rumored to have been shut up in a remote area of the house in the previous century. The home won't be fully open until next year, but visitors can already visit the infamous attic.
Posted by: Julianka


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