If you believe in ghosts, haunted house and having the cr@p scared out of you, then make a bid on England’s most haunted house which is now up for sale.
Reports of child ghosts that whisper to you, strange appartitions that appear and just as quickly vanish, poltergeists that move things around are just some of the weird activities that goes on at Wymering Manor in Portsmouth.
Portsmouth City Council has put Wymering Manor up for auction and they are hoping to get as much as $600,000 for it, due to ‘the novelty factor’.
The building belonged to King Edward the Confessor in 1042, and to King William the Conqueror after the Battle of Hastings in 1066 until 1084. It is also listed in the 1086 Domesday Book.
Sightings of a man hanging from a tree in the yard, a woman dressed in a violet dress that stands at the end of a bed, a man known as Reckless Roddy who was killed in the lane, and the ghost of a nun with her hands dripping blood, have all been reported at the manor.
So if you have the money, go for it! Don’t forget to send me a invite to visit