The Queen’s bedroom at Belton House is supposedly stalked by “the gentleman in black”. This mysterious entity has to share his Lincolnshire haunting space with Belton’s '"bright lady", said to be the spirit of Lady Alice Sherald. The ghosts coexist amicably as she limits her perambulations to the main staircase hall.
The Chanaman Room:
This is a room that is said to be haunted by a shadowy figure. In April 2008, Thomas Thornton went to Belton House to have a look around but got there a little early so the door's were not open to the public yet. While he was waiting, he was looking around the grounds and in windows and decided to take a few pictures. Not that he noticed at the time, but he caught a smokey, shadowy shape in the Chanaman Room.
The Family Tree Picture:
A shadow of a headless woman in a period costume materialized onto the Brownlows framed family tree.
Belton's Bright Lady:
The main stair case hall has a ghost called 'Beltons Bright Lady'. It is said to be a 17th Century lady called 'Lady Alice Sherald'.
The Queen's Bedroom:
In the Queens bedroom a tall, dark man dressed in a hat and a cloak is said to haunt the room.