John Jenson stayed at a guest house in Penzance, Cornwall on the night of 25 April 1973. The house had not yet been opened for the season but the owner agreed to give Mr Jenson and his wife two nights’ accommodation.
After a meal in the town the couple retired to bed at around eleven o’clock in the evening, Mrs Jenson almost instantly falling asleep.
Mr Jenson became aware of a presence in the room which he believed to be female. Indeed Jenson described his feelings as identical to the feelings a man gets when he meets and falls in love. Jenson reported that the presence closed in on him and surrounded him, leaving him with a feeling of ecstasy for an indeterminate period; he lost all sense of time. The presence apparently drifted away at last and faded completely.
On 18 October 1975, Mr Jenson stayed in the house again. He woke up in the early hours of the morning, had a glass of water to drink, and then saw the figure of a woman standing by the window. She was dressed in a white nightdress and was brushing her long grey-blonde hair. She looked pensive and sad. Having put her finger to her lips as if to silence him, she disappeared. She had the appearance of a youthful 65-year-old and Mr Jenson ‘felt the same feelings as he had on the earlier occasion’.
Two nights later, Mrs Jenson woke up with a feeling as if her hand was being held by a pair of hands which she thought were ‘the hands of an old woman’. Mrs Jenson found the experience frightening. The owner of the guest house was aware of some strange matters relating to that room but for obvious reasons chose not to broadcast it. Fife | Aberdeen | Aberdeen | Boxley | Chesterfield | Connemara | Hampshire | Kiveton | Lanark | Lancashire | Lincoln | Lowestoft | lreland | Room 3 | Royal Hotel | Scotland | Scotland |
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