Hotel with room so haunted it makes ‘eyes burn’ and guests run out in minutes

Holidaymakers looking for a spooky experience should head to Ye Olde Kings Head in Chester.

Guests have to sign a disclaimer before entering a certain hotel room due to its extreme level of hauntings, reports the Mirror.

It’s claimed that the British venue is home to a number of ghosts – and they love to freak out tourists.

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The 401-year-old building has gained a cult following because of its spirited activity – with chairs reportedly moving by themselves in the property.

One room is even so haunted that only experienced paranormal investigators are permitted to enter, claims Cheshire Live.

Plus, a disclaimer must be signed if you want to spend the night there…

To make things eve creepier, “The Grace Doll” live inside the room – number eight – in a glass case.

It’s claimed that the doll is the UK’s most haunted artefact and that’s why she’s kept in the special protective box.

There’s also a camera monitoring the ghostly toy at all hours of the day.

Some visitors have apparently struggled to stay in the room since the addition of the doll.

Many have lasted just three minutes before sprinting out and away from the haunting room.

Others stated that they felt like their eyes were burning as they peered upon her.

Paranormal investigator Danny Moss, one of the team behind My Haunted Hotel at Ye Olde Kings Head, said: "Since it arrived in January we've already had people really struggling to stay in room eight.

“It seems to really affect men rather than women.

"We've had men go in there and they can't look at it.

“They feel anxious and have to get out, struggling to last even three minutes.

"People are hearing the sound of three knocks which is meant to signify the mocking of the Holy Trinity.

“Some people have also experienced their eyes burning.”

He continued: “That happened to me a few years ago when we kept it at Tatton Old Hall. I heard an entity say 'burn' and I said 'what?' and my eyes felt like someone was chopping onions.

"We've got video footage showing people really scared to go into that room and others with noises coming from it.

"There are a set of rules outside room eight, including people having to call out an audio disclaimer before they're even allowed in.

"Room eight is only open to experienced people. For people who've not done this before it could be dangerous."

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The hotel has gained reputation over the years for its paranormal activity and has even featured on TV show, Most Haunted as well as Sky Pick's Paranormal.

It’s since been pinned as a space for dark tourists to investigate the spiritual world.

Owner Harry Achilleos has gone on to install a series of infrared cameras around the Grade II Listed building in a bid to monitor any unusual activity, which has ranged from eerie mists to poltergeist activity in the bar.

You can book a stay at the haunted hotel from £160 for two at My Haunted Hotel.


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