Liverpool Albion (02/Apr/1855) - Seed Hill Ghost

This snippet was reproduced in an Australian newspaper.[1]

The following is a transcription of a historic newspaper article and may contain occasional errors.

The people of Huddersfield have been foolishly alarmed for some days at the reported presence of a ghost in a house at Seed Hill, which made a great disturbance. The occupant even consulted a clairvoyant. It turns out that the supposed ghost was a young Irish servant, who, it appears, has considerably damaged the doors and windows, and some of the furniture, in her successful endeavours to impose on ignorant persons.

Notes and References

  1. The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (18/Jul/1855).

Liverpool Albion (02/Apr/1855) - Seed Hill Ghost

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