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Dolphin Inn, Penzance

The Dolphin Inn in Penzance has a long and interesting history, reputedly including amongst its visitors Sir Walter Raleigh and Judge Jeffries .

Judge Jeffries the notorious "Hanging Judge" is said to have held court in the dinning room, after the Duke of Monmouth's rebellion.

On a more mysterious note anomalous footsteps, sounding on floorboards have been heard walking along a carpeted upstairs corridor and descending stairs. An apparition of a young man has also been seen who melted away.

One of the rooms in particular is said to be haunted, in the past the bed has been found to have been slept in although the room was empty.

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