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Haunted Hotels in Liverpool
If you’re looking to book a haunted hotel in Liverpool then you’re in for a treat. Read on below to see what haunted hotels in Liverpool we, at Haunted Rooms recommend to give you a truly ghostly experience…
Liverpool, home of the Beatles, Cilla Black, and…Bidston Hill, considered one of the most mysterious supernatural landmarks in England. It has long been associated with being the meeting place for witches and occultists and a number of ghosts are said to haunt the area and its windmill.
Over the years, the ethereal outline of the miller who was murdered in the 19th century has been spotted in the area many times. A Satanist, Richard Tilly is reportedly buried at this spot. Tilly was a lecherous murderer who allegedly attacked young women who crossed the hill after dark. It is said that his zombie-like form has been seen to emerge from its grave by moonlight.
In Hanover Street sits the Epstein Theatre (named after the Beatles manager, Brian Epstein) but before it was renamed in his honour, it was known as the Neptune Theatre and before that, Crane’s Music Hall.
There are reports of paranormal activity dating back over 100 years. Following a number of suicides at the hall, in the 1920s the ghost of a man with a broken neck was spotted in the dressing rooms. His appearance soon became linked as being a curse to those who saw him. One actress who encountered this spirit in her dressing room mirror, later died during a routine operation. In 1993, a production of ‘The Devil Rides Out’ was staged at the venue and there was pandemonium when a pentagram was discovered chalked onto the stage. All the cast members of the production reported experiencing paranormal phenomena while appearing in the production at Neptune.
And only in Liverpool can you find a sunken graveyard containing 57,000 Victorian and Edwardian graves next to a ‘healing spring’ and a memorial to the world’s first victim of a railway accident. St. James’ Cemetery is precisely where to find this intriguing combination. And in this cemetery it is claimed that dozens of ghosts haunt its grounds including William Huskinsson MP, who was laid to rest in the cemetery after being run over by George Stephenson’s ‘Rocket’ locomotive.
Once you’ve located your ideal haunted hotel, Liverpool offers a wealth of fantastic museums, monuments and experiences to make your stay one that you’ll never forget.
In addition, Liverpool offers wonderful eateries, the most ancient and quirky of pubs – check out Alma De Cuba, which is located in the heart of a Catholic Church and boasts a myriad of skulls and chandeliers.
Easily accessible by major motorways and rail links Liverpool should be on every ghost hunter’s bucket list.
We feature just some of the most haunted hotels in Liverpool. If you know of a haunted hotel in Liverpool that we’ve missed, we’d welcome your suggestion. Just click on the ‘Contact Us’ link in the footer at the bottom of the website.
If you're interested in really getting your spook on and coming face to face with the other side, you have to join one of our many ghost hunts. We have them nationwide, but we recommend you take a look at ones at Newsham Park Hospital, Liverpool to start!