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Published 13th June 2007 by

The St George ghost haunting as reported to a local newspaper, where old coins appeared out of nowhere and footsteps heard in the night.

In 1998 Victoria and Steven Cross asked the Bristol Evening Post for help in tracing the St George Ghost that had haunted their home in Air Balloon Road, Bristol.

After builders working in the building heard footsteps coming from an empty room, the family living here called in a medium. The medium told the occupants that the house has four ghosts, including a teenage boy and a woman in a black dress.

Victoria, aged 25, said: "Old coins from the 1930s turned up in the house for no reason we could understand, and a friend said she saw a vision of a man in one of the upstairs rooms.

We had builders in and they could hear footsteps when they were alone in a room. We had a puppy that used to get very distressed at night in certain rooms. There was definitely something strange going on.

The couple, who have a one-year-old son called Caleb, quickly called in a medium who said there were four ghosts in the Victorian house.

One was a boy called Tom, another was a woman in a black dress with a high collar. The third was a teenager called Peter who died in the house, and the fourth was a man called David.

We haven't had any more trouble since the medium came but I would like an explanation of where the ghosts came from. I'm sure there must be a good reason because I've heard other people in the area say they've had similar hauntings since.
One thought on “St George Ghost
  • 9th December 2012 at 12:00 am

    I have two ghosts living in my house. One is named Michael and the other Jessie (though he goes by Jes). Jes died in a fire, there was a bomb in the back of his car and the doors had child locks. Michael died when a friend of his got drunk on the stuff his dad kept around the house. They are very friendly and talk with me often. (Jes is a bit, okay very, shy.)


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