Published on Thursday 14 July 2011
Pub staff turned ghost hunters who staged a sleepover in a historic village inn got more than they bargained for when things began to go bump in the night! They were shocked when one of the girls saw a ghostly figure in the front bar.
The Lower Buck Inn, Waddington, has been the centre of village life since it was built in 1760. Tales of ghostly happenings have become folklore in the village.
“The pub really is haunted as everyone says, we were amazed to see what looked like separate images of a man and a girl in two different pictures.”
Landlord Andrew Warburton has long had the feeling he’s not alone behind the bar: “…If there are any ghosts here, I think they’re definitely of the friendly variety!”
The spooky goings-on have provided a great talking point in the pub and £300 was raised by the girls for their chosen cause, so it looks like Andrew might be right – these ghosts are definitely well meaning and generous in spirit!