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2 Haunted Hotels in Greater Manchester

| On 04, Mar 2017

The Black Lion, Salford

You’ll find the Black Lion along Chapel Street in Salford.

The historic pub dates back over one hundred and thirty years.

Witnesses have reported seeing ghostly apparitions of men, women and children wandering around the pub.

They’ve also seen doors opening on their own accord, furniture and glasses moving by themselves and a coin fly across an empty room.

Eerie voices have been heard in the Black Lion too!

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The Stork Hotel, Billinge

You’ll find the Stork Hotel along Main Street in the village of Billinge.

The Stork Hotel dates back to 1718 when it started life out as a farmhouse.

It’s said that it was built on the site of an older building dating back to 1640.

The hotel’s cellars were once the crypt of the older building.

And during the English Civil War it was used as a Parliamentarian jail where Royalist prisoners were incarcerated.

The Stork Hotel is said to be haunted by the ghost of a Cavalier who was tortured to death within the building during the English Civil War.

His ghost is said to haunt the whole of the building.

A former resident of the building once told the press that she witnessed the ghostly apparition of a man in her bedroom wearing a plumed hat, long boots and carrying a sword by his side!

The hotel is also said to be haunted by the ghost of a highwayman called George Lyon who in his day would regularly frequent the hotel.

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