Maybe. But I do regularly drive this one... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosedale_Chimney_Bank
On a horse? OK, you win.Maybe. But I do regularly drive this one... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosedale_Chimney_Bank
In fact, I used to ride down it on my horse, and that was fairly hair raising...
Well, they've only been in the pub since September, so it's all new to them, so every incident is worth remembering at the moment. It will wear off when it becomes commonplace.Morning catseye wow starting already at the pub.
Are they a bit freaked out and scared or made of sterner stuff than me please keep reporting the stories when you are told them
Thanks for posting, really intriguing.Many years ago my dad used to be heavily involved at Capenhurst Sports & Social Club which was a typical 60s single storey building.
One evening he came home and said that during the committee meeting (held after customers had left) that the group had seen a male figure dressed like a Cavalier standing in the bar area, who quickly vanished. The club has long since been demolished.
Capenhurst is a very old village just outside Chester. The club Secretary, Joe also had an experience in his house in the village. In the middle of the day, he and his wife suddenly heard loud banging noises coming from upstairs. They went up to to see their double back rocking up and down. They called for their German Shepherd dog to come out from under it, only to discover she wasn't there.
I remember hearing a story that Capenhurst Lane was haunted by a coach and horses but haven't seen it in print.
Probably a bit too far from Chelmsford for me, but I hope it happens for you guys and you get a good night out of it.I'm back down there tomorrow, having a book launch party. I'll float the idea of using the pub for a Get Together and possible ghost hunt and see what they say!
I've always wanted to go to the Bell Inn at Stilton- which is also haunted- allegedly by, er you;