The site of this building was once a manor that was destroyed in fire; numerous guests awaken early in the morning because they have a sensation that the hotel is burning down. Two preteen prostitutes have been heard giggling and move objects around. In the Bar and Lounge, keep an eye out for The Grey Lady (who has been reported here ever since the skeleton of a baby was found behind wall paneling), Sir John Radcliffe (the original owner, known for appearing tall and moving objects), and the bee keeper (a very old woman). The Cellar is believed to have the ghosts of many girls in it. This area was by priests to smuggle them in and force them into prostitution. Room 11 is said to have the most activity.
(Submitted by Chris Berglund)
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- Old Hall Hotel
Sandbach, Cheshire East CW11 1AL, UK
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- 53.1425948, -2.3607905000000073
- Cheshire East
- Nearest Towns:
- Sandbach, UK (0.7 mi.)
Wheelock, UK (0.7 mi.)
Brereton, UK (2.0 mi.)
Brereton Cum Smethwick, UK (2.0 mi.)
Borough Of Cheshire East, UK (2.1 mi.)
Warmingham, UK (3.0 mi.)
Rode Heath, UK (3.7 mi.)
Alsager, UK (3.9 mi.)
Holmes Chapel, UK (4.0 mi.)
Church Coppenhall, UK (4.1 mi.)
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