HAUNTED TREGUTH INN
A Shadowy Figure
The Treguth Inn became a pub in 1963, and since then there have been countless reports of a ‘shadowy figure’ causing unusual occurrences. Amongst them, pictures moved around, a vase of flowers thrown across the room and items mysteriously broken.
According to some reports, this kind of phenomena occurs when certain kinds of music are played. A psychic visiting the pub reported that this particular ghost was from the seventeenth century, and suggested that the ghost had been stabbed in the back and staggered towards the window.
Reports of this ‘shadowy’ figure are the most common occurrence, apparently wearing a long black coat and a peaked cap. To this day, certain dogs will be agitated by anyone wearing a long black coat.
David Kerrow & the Two Children
A farmer, who died in 1580, identified as David Kerrow, a Welshman, was reported by psychics to wonder around the pub with his two children he had outside of wedlock. Reports of children crying in a particular area are attributed to these two children.
Happy Content & Mischievous
In the top bar area, there is said to be a presence of a ‘happy and content’ spirit of a man who died in the area due to an accident. He is said to be the one responsible for some of the mischievous occurrences that happen in the pub, such as plants moving and so on.
In the kitchen area, there is said to be the spirit of a female called Eleanor who lived and died in the fourteenth century. Eleanor had a daughter who died at the age of three. If the sounds of a sole baby crying, as opposed to two, it is said to be Eleanor’s daughter.