This cache is part of my spooked series, a series of caches at creepy feeling or supposedly haunted places. Obviously you don't have to believe in ghosts to be able to enjoy the caches.
from paranormal database:
Location: Chatsworth (Derbyshire) - Chatsworth House
Type: Haunting Manifestation
Date / Time: Late twentieth century?
Further Comments: Wayne Anthony, in Haunted Derbyshire and the Peak District, writes that Bess, who finished constructing her home around 1560, is one of several shades to haunt this house. Mary Queen of Scots is rumoured to walk where she was once held captive, while a grey lady and a white woman haunt other parts of the building. The library is haunted by a transparent figure which drifts from shelf to shelf. The bridge on the grounds is haunted by a screaming woman whose baby drowned after it was thrown into the river by her partner.
This cache was hidden on one of our Border Collie puppy's first walks.
There are lots of places to stop and picnic by the beautiful river, and there are many magnificent trees like this one. Parking available but it is £4! Free parking at Edensor then a nice stroll to GZ. Beware of muggles - STEALTH REQUIRED!!!
The cache is a small 200ml clip lock pot with swaps and a pencil, but please bring your own as some idiots remove them. It may be a little akward to reach so a large stick may come in handy, please try to replace the cache out of site. See the spoiler photos if you are stuck.
I hope you enjoy your walk, visit and the cache.