Manchester Ghosts: New Hampshire's Haunted City
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With tales of gruesome murders and tragic deaths, these ghostly figures are undoubtedly tied to the histories of the hotels, as well as the lodgings they haunt.
The ghost of Lady Grey of Ruthin reportedly descended into madness after her spirit became confined to the castleOnce a thriving student haunt (pardon the pun), an overnight ghost hunt at Antwerp Mansion in Manchester is destined to be a night that you will certainly never forget. With so many areas to investigate including the old ballroom, scullery and bedrooms, not to mention the dark and sinister cellars, this will be a ghost hunting experience that leaves you in no doubt about the existence of ghosts and spirits.
More recently, the figure of a man has been reported - believed to be the spirit of a former landlord who took his own life behind the bar. The ceiling behind the bar is false, with a hidden hook where the man supposedly hung himself. The ghost landlord is well known to those local to the pub - although no-one knows exactly who he is.The most common account is of a ghostly male figure, dressed as an airman, wandering around the gates before disappearing. One letter, written in 1971 by a former airport worker, reveals how he had encountered an ‘old man’ whom he believed was the ghost of a night watchman who was killed there years earlier. Ask anybody involved in the paranormal scene across the United Kingdom, and they will tell you that along with being a mecca of art and culture, Manchester is also one of the most haunted cities in the UK. Some residents of Manchester may find that hard to believe, but there are dozens, perhaps even hundreds, of documented incidences of paranormal activity in the city. Even so, years after the last ghostly goings-on, one resident was still made to sign a disclaimer form before moving into her home.