Brislington, once an attractive Somerset village but now a neighbourhood in Bristol, has many ghosts in pubs and hotels, houses old and new, and public spaces.
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In the 1970’s a small old lady was seen inside The Crown & Horseshoes pub, in Horseshoe lane, by a man looking in through the window. The pub was locked up at the time and the man was waiting for the landlord to return and open up the pub. When the landlord arrived, the two of them searched the entire building but found nobody.
I came across a reference on the Paranormal Database saying the school was haunted by a nurse who was murdered there.
This murder took place in 1773 and the following appeared about it in the Bath Journal on 11 March 1773.
Apart from the Highgate Vampire, or indeed maybe connected, there is supposed to be the ghost of a "Mad" Grey Woman in the newest part of the cemetery. She is said to wander around the grave stones looking for her children.
Sutton Arms at 6 Carthusian Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1M 6EB is said to be haunted by an apparition of an old man in dated clothing with red hair and a big grin that vanishes a few seconds after being noticed. Known as Charlie he has been seen in differant parts of the pub but does seem to have a favourite table.
The ghost of the highwayman Dick Turpin (1705 – died 7 April 1739) is said to haunt Hampstead Heath riding his black horse.