Hi Im new here but I would like to share an experience. On a recent visit to england , one I wanted to make most of my life. I was staying at a hotel by the name of Ettington park, dont know if anyone has heard of the place, but the outside of this huge old manor home was used in the filming of the original movie version of the haunting. Anyway back on track, I had heard thatthe hotel was indeed haunted so naturualy I couldnt wait to see if I would experience something, which Im told isnt the way it works its usually when your not expecting it or when you dont ascociate an event with a haunting. I know this is getting long but please bear with me. first everynite very late and very early in the morning I would here what sounded like stomping or loud walking back and forth above my room, well I thought nothing of it cuz its and old place and theres a lot of noises in a house several hundred yrs old. The best thing was when I went to investigate what room was above me so I could see why that noise was going on. when I found what I assumed was the room above mine I can see that it must of been a storage room of some kind by the "industrial" look the door and hallway had unlike the guest rooms, I seen that the door was ajar so I crept over to it and before my hand touched the knob the door slamed shut violently I mean I truly felt that no living person pushed that door shut just by the chills and cold air I felt when it happend, I still get goose bumps when ever I mention it. Im sure most will say yeah sure, but I did find out by a retired manager at the hotel that others have reported noises above that room also, Oh and after that the last nite there was quiet. Sorry for being so long, its just a cool event PS Im going back next month
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