Haunted: The Brighton Metropole Hotel, Brighton, East Sussex
Stewart | On 18, May 2017
The Haunted Brighton Metropole Hotel
King’s Road, Brighton BN1 2FU
You’ll find the Brighton Metropole Hotel situated along King’s Road in the East Sussex seaside resort of Brighton.
The hotel was designed by the well-known Victorian architect Alfred Waterhouse in 1890.
He’s best known for designing the Natural History Museum, Manchester Town Hall and University College London.
The Brighton Metropole Hotel has some ghostly tales to tell…
Spooked members of staff and guests alike have reported hearing a phantom baby crying somewhere in the hotel.
When staff members go to investigate they can never find the baby!
On one occasion in 2000 a staff member saw an old man in the hotel and thinking he was a guest started to talk to him.
After the conversation, he discovered that he was in fact the ghost of a man who died years previously.
On another occasion both the night manager and one of the hotel’s cleaners saw the glass beads hanging from the wall lamps start to swing on their own accord for no apparent reason!Click Here to Stay in the Brighton Metropole Hotel
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Lots of paranormal groups have investigated Jamaica Inn coming to the conclusion that the most active parts of the inn are the Smugglers Bar, the Restaurant, the Stable Bar and Bedroom 4.
Witnesses have also reported hearing the sound of a phantom coach and horses drawing up outside the inn in the middle of the night.
Visitors to Jamaica Inn have reported seeing the ghostly apparition of a man dressed in a cloak and a hat.
Apparently, he suddenly appears and then disappears through solid closed doors.