Croxteth Hall

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Recent security footage captured a figure in the bushes; the identity of it is said to either be Hugh William Osbert Molyneux, the 7th Earl of Sefton or William Philip Molyneux, 2nd Earl of Sefton (both are said to haunt here). Inside the building, a child is seen in the dining room and by the fireplace, the billiard room is said to have a mysterious entity occupying it, the 6th Earl of Sefton is thought to be in the tearoom, and a hooded man with a ghastly face wanders the corridors.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Croxteth Hall
Liverpool, Merseyside L12, UK

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53.44274767997224, -2.8919012222289666
Nearest Towns:
Deysbrook, UK (0.7 mi.)
West Derby, UK (1.8 mi.)
Knowsley, UK (1.8 mi.)
Aintree, UK (2.4 mi.)
Fazakerley, UK (2.4 mi.)
Walton, UK (2.4 mi.)
Walton On The Hill, UK (2.4 mi.)
Roby, UK (2.5 mi.)
Kirkby, UK (2.8 mi.)
Melling, UK (3.0 mi.)


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