Skirrid Mountain Inn

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The Skirrid Mountain Inn is the oldest Welsh pub (built over 900 years ago). Once a court where people were condemned, the judge himself (referred to as ‘The Hanging Judge’) is believed to be on the upper floors wandering; the hangman who worked alongside the judge is believed to still be with him as well. Room 3 is said to contain the spirit of Fanny Price who died in the 18th century; other ghosts (a mixture of peaceful and sinister) are said to occupy random quarters of the building where they throw glasses, can be heard talking, or wind up on photograph.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

Llanvihangel Crucorney
Monmouthshire NP7 8DH
United Kingdom

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51.880362042595166, -2.9810539484242327
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