Blackburne Place - A Victorian
hansom cab has been seen and heard traveling along Blackburn
Terrace towards Hope Street. The apparition, according to
eyewitness accounts, that the apparition begins to fade in
the region of the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts building.
Blackburne Place, Liverpool.
Croxteth Hall -
numerous hauntings.1 children playing, laughing and running.
2.dark figures has been seen sitting in non existing chairs.
3.maid has been seen in the kitchen doing here duties.4.a
male has been seen in the principal corridor.5.footsteps,noises
and ghost of servants walking from room to room in the attic.
no wonder there is ghost because it was built in c1575.from
Phillip Flynn a ghost hunter.
West Derby Village Liverpool L14.
Liver Hotel - The Liver Hotel
in Waterloo is reputedly haunted by the ghost of a young girl
137 South Road, Waterloo, Liverpool L22
Central Station - Some nine
years ago (1966) a Liverpool off-duty policeman found himself,
and another woman he met during the encounter, transported
back in time. The exact year could not be identified but it
appeared to be pre-war Liverpool.
Bold Street, Liverpool.
80 Bold Street
- Not far from central station, two ghosts are said to haunt
within the street. During a seance which was being held at
Number 80 Bold Street, a Top-hatted man appeared who indicated
that he had been the victim of a murder at the address. Also
at the same address the specter od a woman carrying pails
has also been seen at various times over a period of 150 years.
Bold Street, Liverpool.
Royal Philharmonic Hall -
A ghostly humming comes from one of its lowest rooms also
footsteps can be heard in empty rooms.
Hope Street, Liverpool City Centre. Liverpool
Speke Hall - People have heard the sound of
children crying during the night. Haunted bedrooms and a room
that hid illegal priests not to mention two apparitions. The
Hall regularly opens its doors to spook tours. To find out the
next one ring: 0151 427 7231
The Walk, Liverpool L24 1XD
St Luke's Church - Known as
the burnt-out Church, St Lukes is reputed to be one of Liverpool's
most haunted locations. During 1991 a young child called Abbey,
who was 6 at the time, was abducted by the spirit of an old
woman, who took her inside the Abbey, which today, as then,
is just a shell. As the child described the interior of the
church the spirit apparently took Abbey back in time. Abbey
was returned to the present, unharmed, by another spirit,
a tall top-hatted man who, accordingly to eye witness accounts
was leading her out of the Church by the hand. The man returned
to the Church and disappeared!
Leece Street, Liverpool.
St James's Cemetery - Located
on the site of the Anglican Cathedral this sunken cematary
has is reputed to have 57000 interred people within its 10
acres. Late at night footsteps have been heared around the
large monumenterected for the Victorian MP William Huskisson.
Upper Duke Street, Liverpool.
Lydiate Abbey - Sounds of
babies crying and screaming. In Henry VIII reign it was destroyed
but earlier than that it was used for sacrifices. The sacrifices
being the babies
The Empire Theatre - Haunted
by a young girl approximately 10 years of age. Dressed in
Victorian style clothing. Reputedly appears in the Stall and
is said to have tears in her eyes. A second ghost called Les
is also seen in the dressing room area.
Lime Street, Liverpool. L1
Liverpool Playhouse - A cleaning
lady, called Elizabeth, who was killed by a descending safety
curtain which knocked her into the Pit and thereby breaking
her neck is said to haunt the Theatre Balcony level in particular
seat A5. The usual Lady in Grey is also said to be seen wandering
around the upstairs corridor and stall area.
Willianson Square, Liverpool. L1
Rodney Street - Haunted by
the ghost of William McKenzie, a wealthy Victorian railway
engineer who, it is said, lost his soul to the Devil following
a game of poker. Prior to his death McKenzie reasoned that
if his body was not buried within the gound, the Devil could
not claim his soul. he therefore constructed a hugh pyramid
which stands in the middle of St Andrew's Churchyard on the
corner of Rodney and Maryland Street.
Rodney and Maryland Streets, Liverpool.
St Catherine's Chapel locally known as 'Lydiate
Abbey' was built around 1500 for the private worship of the
Ireland family who held the Lydiate Lordship from 1410-1673.
In Henry VIII reign the chapel was destroyed due to the prohibited
practice of the Catholic religion. Reports of paranormal activity
in the chapel is ripe, as the legend tells the chapel was
used for sacrifices, the sacrifices were children. From my
own experiences and listening to other peoples there are sounds
of babies crying and a hooded figure strolling across the
tower towards the graveyard this figure is believed to be
a priest, and from experiences he will show himself and make
noises and movement to show he is present.