A BRADFORD destination is included as part of a spooky road trip around Yorkshire.

With Halloween just around the corner, car maintenance brand, Holts, gathered data on known haunted places in Yorkshire, to create a fun, unique spooky road trip for those living in the region.

Bolling Hall, one of the oldest buildings in Bradford, is one of seven locations included as part of a 254-mile spooky road trip that takes seven hours to complete.

Bollling Hall, which is now a museum, is home to plenty of spooks with the most famous being the ghost that appeared to the Earl of Newcastle one night in December 1642.

The road trip also takes in Bolton Abbey near Skipton.

The other places include Whitby Abbey, Ripon Workhouse Farm Museum, Hodroyd Hall at Barnsley, Golden Fleece in York and the The Monk's Walk in Beverley.

A spokesperson for Holt said: "However warm a welcome Yorkshire offers, it pales in comparison to the creeping dread that encompasses the county’s most haunted sites and buildings.

"The eerie ruin of Bolton Abbey brings plenty of creepy tales, while the halls of Bolling and Hodroyd offer over 500 years of blood-curdling history between them."