British pop singer Robbie Williams isn't limiting himself to ufology these days. All realms of the supernatural are fair game.
A group of 15 teenagers in England were surprised by the singer while investigating the Leopard Inn in Burslem, Staffordshire for a local educational project called Reach4It. Williams was there for the Halloween hunt with his mother Jan and his girlfriend Ayda Field. He congratulated the teens on their work investigating the alleged hauntings.
Being the good sport he is, he picked up the group's £200 tab for the tour, food, and drinks.
Between autographs and photo ops, Williams asked the group a multitude of questions about the paranormal and their work. During their later investigation, some of the teens reported slamming doors and strange lights.
The Leopard Inn has been a public house since at east 1765 when Josiah Wedgwood (founder of the famed Wedgwood pottery) met with James Brindley to discuss construction of the Trent and Mersey Canal. The hotel portion of the business closed in 1956 and was reopened in 2007 with plans for restoration.