Contrary to what you might expect, Rye in East Sussex, England, is not known for its quaint buildings, but for its... ghosts. Several inns, such as The Mermaid Inn and The Union Inn, claim to have their own supernatural visitors. In Watchbell Street, a boy wrapped in a white sheet supposedly makes a regular appearance. In Mermaid Street it's a girl dressed in blue. And in Turkey Cock Lane there's the ghost of a monk who was bricked up alive. Even author Henry James, who used to live in Rye, said that the spirit of an old lady helped him with his writing. No wonder Rye is called the most haunted town in England. The Rye Heritage Centre runs regular ghost tours and walks.