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Location: The Four Crosses, Watling, St Cannock, Staffordshire, WS11 1RX
Date: Friday 26th October 2018
Time: 9:00pm – 2:00am
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Your Ghost hunt at The Four Crosses will take you on a journey that will leave you in no doubt that this building is very haunted. You will be able to take part in traditional paranormal experiments that include table tipping, glass moving, Ouija Boards and Watch and Wait vigils using the latest ghost hunting gadgets. You will work in small teams and we will ensure that we use as much of the location as possible in order to truly discover who or what is haunting this infamous building. You will also have the opportunity to take our equipment and to ghost hunt on your own to get the most authentic experience possible.
There are many, many ghosts and spirits thought to haunt the Four Crosses. These include the sightings of a sinister male figure, children who are seen not only inside the Four Crosses but outside peeking through the windows. The most recent death at this 17th Century Inn occurred in the 1980s when it is said that a young boy ran out into the road outside the pub and was instantly killed. Another story that is both tragic and mysterious is that of a young baby who died after falling from a table in the upper bar area. This was said to have occurred sometime in the 1800s. There are also many reports of tragic suicides in this building over the years. There is also the mystery of the Coachman’s uniform that was found inside the chimney breast. There is no explanation for this although many sightings of a man in a coachman’s uniform have been witnessed by many people over the years.
The History of the Four Crosses is as macabre as the area it stands it. With claims of ghosts known as the Black Eyed Children being seen, strange animals and eerie screeching being heard, you will need nerves of steel to enter the Four Crosses.
The Four Crosses was originally built in 1636 from old shipping timbers that are almost 1000 years old. Several secret passages have been discovered over the years and even more are still to be unearthed. Perhaps the most astonishing find has been the Old Coachmans uniform, preserved for over 150 years behind the chimney breast and with a haunting story attached to it. This building is certainly steeped in intrigue, and has many stories of tragedy.