Historical or Traditional Ghosts
All of these are typically attached to historic houses in which uninterrupted occupation of the building for a great number of years seems to help to perpetuate the ghostly figures that are accepted as the forms of actual men and women that once resided there.
These kinds of ghostly forms move or seem to float through rooms as well as passages that will have been well known to these individuals in their lives.
They seem to be to appear solid, apparently dressed in the actual clothing associated with their own period, and they typically behave pretty much normally, however whenever architectural adjustments have taken place they will be seen to move through walls and other solid structures, including closed doors and furniture that weren’t there throughout their particular life; and if surfaces and roofs or ceilings have been adjusted the ghosts appear where they would have appeared before these kinds of adjustments had taken place, so that at times, when the floor has been elevated, for example, the ghost appears only from the shins or even hips up.
In common with almost all ghosts not spirits) they will under no circumstances communicate and rarely display any kind of sign of being aware of the presence of the living, though, once they have been observed, it is often found that they have suffered in some way throughout their earthly lifetime.
Just as some properties appear able to attract and hold a ghost or other paranormal phenomena, so a lot more rarely, do some physical objects seem capable of attracting and retaining a ghost or spirit influence.
Some of these objects, investigators have discovered, are particularly likely to become Haunted Objects: quite a few skulls are said to have weird capabilities, when writing about this subject the following come to mind; the skulls at Wardley Hall, Appley Bridge, Chilton Cantello, Warbleton Priory, Bettiscombe Manor Burton Agnes Hall, and a lot more.
The skull currently residing at Bettiscombe, was kept in a shoe carton and it was said to undoubtedly be a skull of a primitive girl that perished several thousand years ago.
It is claimed that it screams and causes serious problems in the farming community if removed from the house, and likewise to lead to the demise, inside of twelve months, of the individual that commits this deed, once a professional photographer moved it as far as the open entrance to take pictures of it, but the wife of the occupant grabbed it back again without anything unpleasant taking place.
Truth be told there are numerous ghost ships, one in particular vouched for by King George the Fifth when he was a cadet; ghost vehicles and ghost furnishings like the renowned Busby Stoop or even tall chair preserved at the Busby Stoop Inn, north Yorkshire.
This particular chair is actually supposed to have belonged to the dishonest Busby, whom was known to be a criminal as well as a receiver of stolen goods, and who was eventually sentenced to death and duly executed for homicide.
The story goes that as he was being dragged from his home swearing and cursing, away from his much-loved chair, he vowed that any person who sat in the stoop would certainly perish as violently and abruptly – as he was about to perish.
There have been several tales regarding unexpected demise shortly after visitors have sat in Busby’s stoop, which include a Royal air force pilot, a hitchhiker, a motorcyclist, and a foolish local man.
The majority of could be classified as being improbable to live to an old age in any case, but along with the probabilities so very high against most of them perishing inside a couple of days of sitting in the stoop, the haunted chair has since been removed to a safer location
Additional unusual inanimate items which seem to be haunted as well as figure in mysterious incidents include the bizarre cylindrical object observed by a dependable witness and his wife at the Tower of London and the inexplicable faces that made an appearance in the floorboards of a Spanish home in nineteen seventy one and again in early in the eighty’s.