Friday, April 25, 2008

Queer Paranormal Road Trip: The George Hotel

Move over, Green Lady. You have some company.

The George Hotel in Dereham, Norfolk has a few known ghosts: The Green Lady, the maid, and the night porter. Paranormal investigators from around the United Kingdom have visited this 18th century inn for many years to find evidence of spirits. Apparitions have been seen on the second floor. Glasses fly off shelves in the bar. People experience pain in their arms on the stairs where a maid fell to her death.

And then someone discovered another presence.

John Blythe of Haunted Weekend stumbled across a spirit in what was once the hotel's bakery. A male employee of the hotel mentioned a chilling experience while in the dry storage room. An unseen force was trying to unzip his pants one day. A medium picked up on a female presence in the area which kept touching her long hair in an effort to lift it up (as you would expect in a bakery... for sanitary purposes). A male medium also sensed a presence, only it kept trying to tug at his belt, much to his alarm.

Later on reviewing an old photograph of hotel workers, the female medium pointed to the guilty soul.

Only it wasn't a woman.

That's right. The ghostly "aggressive female energy" looming in the former bakery was, in fact, a man. The hotel now had a fourth ghost to add to its roster: a gay ghost.

From the sound of it, he's not just looking for bread flour anymore...


Wonder Man said...

Interesting, I wonder what's the story with this ghost?

Liam said...

I guess it's good to know there's still horniness in the afterlife!


Chris said...

lol yea that is really interesting. Maybe when we photo ghosts and spirits and come accross a gay one, we just say "Strike a pose!" and maybe they might lol Very good article!! Huggs!

Buck said...

Maybe he needs a hotdog for his bun?

I can't believe I just wrote that!

Thanks for the interesting story.

Anonymous said...

LOL too funny on chris's comment. Great blog!!