Blue Bell Hill is a chalk hill located between Maidstone and Rochester in Kent. During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, much of it was quarried for chalk and was also the site of several villages including Walderslade and Kit's Coty. The hill also has a few other famous features.
It contains one of the many prehistoric neolithic chamber tombs in England known as the Medway Megaliths, including Kit's Coty House and Countless Stones. Blue Bell Hill Dolmen is, unfortunately, now a lost member of this group.
A Roman temple was also located on the hill for a period of time. It is believed now a ghost girl walks the A229. In 1992 alone, three motorcists claimed to have ran over this girl. Some speculate this girl to be that of a bride-to-be who died as a result of a two-car collison in 1965. She was taken to a nearby hospital but her injuries were too severe. The young woman died five days later. Could she be the same girl motorists have been encountering?