Ancient High House

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William Marson, a former worker here from the mid-nineteenth century, is seen in the shop room of the museum. He is said to wear an apron and a bowler cap. A man is seen walking up the stairs and EMF detectors will usually spike when his spirit is present. In the Victorian Room, a little girl is seen running around and an elderly room is seen in a rocking chair (believed to be a nanny to the girl).

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Ancient High House
Greengate St
Stafford ST16 2JA, UK

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52.8063051324817, -2.1170968115166033
Nearest Towns:
Stafford, UK (0.8 mi.)
Hopton, UK (2.0 mi.)
Derrington, UK (2.1 mi.)
Great Bridgeford, UK (2.8 mi.)
Coppenhall, UK (2.8 mi.)
Seighford, UK (2.9 mi.)
Milford, UK (3.2 mi.)
Whitgreave, UK (3.3 mi.)
Little Bridgeford, UK (3.3 mi.)
Bednall, UK (3.5 mi.)


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