One of the most haunted houses in the UK is now open to the public and is so creepy it made paranormal fanatics physically sick.
The creepy house – known as ‘The Hostel’ by paranormal experts – is notorious for its insane levels of ‘ghost’ activity, reports The Mirror.
The seven-bedroom home in Hull, East Yorkshire, has had reports of chairs moving on their own, flying objects and has even had ghostly faces appearing at its windows – convincing police to break-in and investigate.
Becci Cook, one of a group of ghost watchers who spent the night, said things got weird as soon as the group got inside.
The activity started the moment we got inside. Three people even vomited – there was this feeling of sickness that came over us.
Doors opened on their own and one man even had a ball thrown at him.
Sue Thompson, another ghost-hunter said: “You always got the sense something was standing behind you.”
Other members of the group reported flying objects and bone-chilling sensations including nausea and the feeling that their hair was being touched.
The group spent seven hours in ‘The Hostel’ – from 9pm-4am – and during their stay tried to work out why it had become so haunted.
We discovered the evil spirit of a man upstairs and then a woman and three children below.
We got the name of ten-year-old Walter dated from 1840. He indicated he died after a hanging.
According to the group, the evil spirit admitted he had abused and murdered the woman and children and said they were still ‘buried in the courtyard’.
Owner of the property, Andy Yates, who bravely lived in the house by himself, says he once saw a child’s shadow come out of the fireplace and hover for about 15 minutes.
He’s tried to rent the house out a couple of times, but no one has ever lasted there more then four days.
The Hostel is opening its doors to ghost hunters on Friday, April 13, where over 18s can sleep in the creepy property for £65.
You couldn’t pay me to stay there…