Haunted: Statham Lodge, Lymm, Cheshire
Stewart | On 25, May 2017
The Haunted Statham Lodge
Warrington Road, Lymm WA13 9BP
The Grade II listed Statham Lodge is situated along the Warrington Road in the village of Lymm.
The hotel is a former Georgian manor house which dates back to the 1800s.
Members of staff refused to go to the attic of the hotel as they believe it’s haunted by a ghost of a little man.
Back in the early part of the 19th century a little man called James Wilson did indeed rent out the attic room at Statham Lodge.
It’s believed that he lived hidden away in the attic to escape mockery or even being forced into a freak show.
Recently, a blue silk three-piece suit was left on the doorstep of a local charity shop with a note attached to it reading…
James Wilson, Statham Lodge, Cheshire, 1819. The Little Squire Age 61!
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