You will see references to the famous Black Dog of Bungay everywhere in Bungay but there is much more weirdness to our town than that.

We have ghosts. All sorts of sightings and supernatural events have occurred at The Three Tuns pub – the Beccles & Bungay Journal wrote a feature on them which you can read about here.  Archant, which published the Weird Suffolk article teamed up with Water, Mills & Marshes, the website for The Broads Landscape Partnership Scheme, designed to explore the Broads in more depth, to create a Weird Walk around Bungay for Halloween.  But you don’t have to wait for Halloween to follow the map and delve a bit deeper into our weird past.

There is more from local historian Christopher Reeve in Paranormal Suffolk (you can buy it here). And there is more in his book Secret Bungay (buy it here!).