Goodbye to the ghost house

January 30, 2012 18:49

Housebreaker were pretty scared to find the photos of abandoned and destined for demolition guest house, a ghostly figure

Housebreaker were pretty scared to find the photos of abandoned and destined for demolition guest house, a ghostly figure standing at the window. Victorian house located in Kendal (Cumbria, UK), 26 th January 2012 the newspaper The Telegraph.

As they say, the picture is causing tremors similar to Frances Grimshaw, who worked at the guest house and used to spend hours standing at the window, taking orders.

59-year-old David Grimshaw believes that this figure is the ghost of his mother, who died almost a year ago at the age of 87 years: "This is my mother, I am sure of it — no one else can look that way. She wore glasses and big earrings, and she usually always wore a dress with a bow in front of old-fashioned. "

David believes that the spirit may have appeared to protest against the demolition of the house, "Meadowbank", which she loved, "She would be horrified if she knew that this beautiful house demolished. Perhaps that was why she came back. "

38-year-old Robert Johnson, who led the work, took a photo of the house shortly before its demolition, but he noticed a shadowy figure was only later, when the house looking through the pictures of his wife.

"You can even see her jewelry. I've always been a skeptic, but now I'm going to believe in ghosts, "- said Johnson.

His colleague, 34-year-old Stuart Shang said: "The day before this picture was taken, we took out the furniture out of the building, and suddenly I noticed the chandelier swinging on its own. My hair stood on end when I saw the photo. I think it was a ghost. "

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