Hidden Treasure at Middleham Castle
Middleham Castle is located in North Yorkshire England and is most famous for being one of the childhood homes to Richard III. It was probably built in the late 12th century, starting with the massive stone Norman keep, one of the largest in England.
Middleham Castle was owned by the Neville Family, who grew to prominence under Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick. In 1461. During the Wars of the Roses, Edward Plantagenet became King Edward IV. In 1465 his younger brother Richard, 13 years of age at the time, entered Warwick’s household at Middleham Castle where he would remain until 1468. When Warwick died in 1471, Richard acquired the Neville lands in the north, including Middleham Castle.
There is a legend associated with Middleham Castle. It is said that Middleham Castle hides hidden treasures yet to be found. The legend suggest that all you have to do to find the treasure is to run around the castle three times, and then where you stop, that’s where the treasure is hidden. The only catch to finding the treasure is knowing where to start and stop your run.