Many people don't realise that Newcastle is named quite literally after a new castle. There isn't much of it left standing, but the town of Newcastle-under-Lyme owes it's life to the 12th-century castle that created it.
Hidden in a graveyard in Wolstanton, Staffordshire lies a gravestone that holds a terrible secret. It is at the heart of a murder mystery dating back to the 18th century.
Hidden beneath a 13th century ruined monastery, surrounded by a council housing estate, lies a forgotten relic from World War 2.
in 1665, when London was being ravaged by the plague, one small Derbyshire village received a parcel from London. Unknown to them, the parcel contained the plague and devastated the village. The villagers selflessly quarantined the whole village to stop the plague from spreading through the country.
Underneath the unsuspecting village of Mow Cop, lies a tunnel that has been hidden for over around 120 years...