Henllan lies 2 miles from the town of Denbigh in the county of Denbighshire, North Wales. The village is noted for both the village pub, the Llindir Inn, and St Sadwrn's Church with its detached Bell Tower.
The Llindir Inn is a 13th century thatched building, and is believed to be both one of the oldest pubs in Wales and also one of Wales' most haunted. The book The Old Villages of Denbighshire and Flintshire, records that the ghost of 'an attractive woman in white' has made many appearances. The lady was believed to have been married to a seafarer, and while he was away, she found herself a lover. One winter night her husband took unexpected shore leave, and caught them both 'in flagrante'. He murdered his wife, and from that moment on, a number of people claim to have seen her. ....
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