Terry Meggs, the landlord of the Royal Falcon Hotel in Lowestoft (Suffolk) is beleived to have taken out and insurance policy against spirits/ghosts as he fears that his resident poltergeist could harm his customers or staff members. Terry decided the cover was essential after watching ghost shoot glass after glass along the bar on night after closing. Other activity includes loud banging, sounds of furniture being moved, bells ringing, the sound of footsteps across the floor, and things mysteriously being moved to different places. The pub itself is located next to a disused graveyard, and is the second oldest public house in Lowestoft. Before its recent use, the building was used as an all girls school called "Eastholme". Reprts suggest that the ghost may be that of a Monk who was hanged after being found to be having an affair with either a pupil or a teacher at the school Fife | Aberdeen | Aberdeen | Boxley | Chesterfield | Connemara | Cornwall | Hampshire | Kiveton | Lanark | Lancashire | Lincoln | lreland | Room 3 | Royal Hotel | Scotland | Scotland |
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