Pluckley has a reputation as the most haunted village in England, which has made it a destination for thrill seekers on halloween.
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With Halloween in the air, ghouls are set to emerge from the shadows in the quiet streets of Pluckley, reputedly the most haunted village in England. But it is not so much the ghosts that are spooking the inhabitants but the hordes of booze-fueled thrill-seekers prowling around the settlement.Nestled by the chalk hills of Kent in southeast England, Pluckley is a tranquil village of some 800 souls that was recorded in the 1086 Domesday Book, Britain's earliest public record.Maps posted around the village reveal there is more to Pluckley than meets the eye.In truth, among the numerous villagers AFP spoke to, only one confessed to believing in ghosts.Some in Pluckley point out that the pub sells a tourist guide to the village's ghost stories and it is therefore in their interests to keep the legends going to drum up custom from thirsty ghost-hunters.
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