Horse and Jockey, Wednesbury
The haunting at the Horse and Jockey is related to a suicide at the pub. The story goes that a man walked in, ordered a double brandy and then shot himself. Nicknamed ‘Cyril’, he makes his presence felt in a number of ways. Loud bangs are heard and cold spots felt in the bar area and lights get turned on and off.
A man in a long overcoat has been seen in the area of the toilets when there should have been no one there and also on the steps at the back of the pub leading to the car park. This apparition could be ‘Cyril’ himself or another ghost haunting The Horse and Jockey.