The oldest recorded county name in Britain (both the Romans and Greeks referred to it as Kention, and its populace Canti), Kent is also called the Garden of England - a nod to the legendary hop fields and orchards scattered across the countryside. Kent's 1900 square kilometres is home to rolling hills, appealing villages, engaging coastal towns, and atmospheric marshland; the vicinity around the Downs is now recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Canterbury has several ghostly attractions, including a phantom cycling mayor in Canterbury, while the village of Pluckley claims to be the most haunted in the world (although disappointingly, a large number of reports are little more than rumour or legend).

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Paranormal Pluckley

Paranormal Canterbury

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