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UK 'Most Haunted House' Up For Sale

Posted on Wednesday, 25 June, 2003 | Comment icon 10 comments

"As soon as the tiny door creaks open revealing the cramped and gloomy room inside you know that something is not quite right."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Kaia Pythia on 25 June, 2003, 15:31
I wouldn't buy it, but would love to stay there!!! Here are some more links about the place with pics of the rooms and such: http://www.cotswoldedge.org.uk/w-u-e/the_ram_inn.htm (For some reason the above URL wouldn't let me copy and paste. Sorry.) LINK #2
Comment icon #2 Posted by Halo_Jones on 25 June, 2003, 17:18
You wouldn't get me buying that house, and in true Loon Boy style "eeeeek"
Comment icon #3 Posted by antares on 26 June, 2003, 16:18
Starlyte, thanks for the interesting link. I could not see the face in the clock at the Ancient Ram Inn though
Comment icon #4 Posted by Kaia Pythia on 26 June, 2003, 16:56
I could not see the face in the clock at the Ancient Ram Inn though   I was having trouble seeing it, too. The rest of the place looks so creepy!
Comment icon #5 Posted by antares on 26 June, 2003, 17:15
I agree, it looks creepy. Thanks for posting the links - the information there was really interesting...
Comment icon #6 Posted by Kaia Pythia on 26 June, 2003, 18:27
By the way Antares, welcome to the forum! It's great here! I've only been posting here for about a month, but the people and the topics discussed here are great!
Comment icon #7 Posted by antares on 26 June, 2003, 18:39
Thanks, Starlyte! I like the forum very very much! I am afraid I am working less since I found this web site
Comment icon #8 Posted by Kaia Pythia on 26 June, 2003, 18:49
I am afraid I am working less since I found this web site   Me, too!!!
Comment icon #9 Posted by VikingEd on 30 June, 2003, 0:18
I'm intrigued! It looks like a very interesting place, I would like to visit it someday. Not too impressed with the photo of the clock though. There's nothing to see!
Comment icon #10 Posted by AlienTurd on 30 June, 2003, 18:52
I dont believe in all this, Id have to see it to believe it!

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