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Ghostly Goings On At Sheldon Hall

Posted on Wednesday, 20 August, 2003 | Comment icon 4 comments

Image credit: Kjetil Bjarnsrud
"Tales of ghosts and mysterious apparitions in pubs and are normally put down to alcohol-fuelled hallucinations from the drunken bore propping up the bar."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by PurpleStuart on 20 August, 2003, 20:27
It says at the end of the article that the photo has gone missing! very conveniant
Comment icon #2 Posted by SaRuMaN on 20 August, 2003, 20:38
Yes, I'd liked to have seen it as well.
Comment icon #3 Posted by cerberus on 21 August, 2003, 6:07
Mystery solved.... You cant keep an alcoholic ghost down! The old lady obviously likes the beer.. As for the kid... lol why not??
Comment icon #4 Posted by AndyThorley on 21 August, 2003, 16:01
This kinda thing really bugs me... Probably cause Im an evidence freak, but when people say like "Yeah...yeah, it was the best picture in the universe, proves we have ghosts" but then it goes missing...its bugs me. Its like some of the threads here "I saw a light in the sky, what was it" y'know? It...just really winds me up. Anyhow, Im kinda up on ghosts, but I havent ever heard of ghosts in Ireland...which is weird... In interested in this one though...

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