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rnanifestation: 50 Berkeley Square: This four-storey town…

rnanifestation:

50 Berkeley Square:

This four-storey town house was constructed in the 18th century and later became known as “The Most Haunted House in London.”

Legend states that the attic room of the house is haunted by a spirit of a young woman who committed suicide there, apparently throwing herself from one of the top floor windows after being abused by her uncle. She is said to be capable of frightening people to death. The spirit supposedly takes the form of a brown mist, though sometimes it is reported as a white figure.

A rarer version of events is that a young man was locked in the attic room, fed only through a hole in the door, until he eventually went mad and died.

In the Victorian era at least two deaths were said to have occurred after people spent the night in the attic room; one being a maid who was found mad and died in an asylum only a few days later, and the other being a sailor who tripped as he fled from the house in fright.

Source: Haunted Houses

by cnkguy
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