Nestled at a turn on the Avon river in the Warwick town of Enlgand’s Warwickshire, the 1000-year old Warwick Castle immerses you in its gripping history of conspiracy, attacks, political treachery, wars, violence, tricks, murders, and rulers all of which now rendering it as haunted. Built by William the Conqueror, it was the first fortress that was built in wood in this county town during the days 1068. Originally built to act as an Anglo Saxon citadel for battling against the Danish attacks, the castle is now seen upon as the England’s greatest medieval encounter, especially when you come here via the Heritage Pass. Continue reading “Warwick Castle: Britain’s supreme stronghold” »