Wednesday, July 9, 2014
Spirits toss a Pint of Ale without Spilling a Drop
But just days after their arrival the couple witnessed a full pint of Proper Job ale flew off the bar, landing on the floor - without spilling a single drop.
When they raced over to inspect the mess they were stunned to find the glass was standing upright on the stone floor and none of the beer had spilled.
As the oldest building in the village that bears its name, the Crow's Nest has long been a focus for thirsty locals and moorland visitors alike, appearing on Joel Gascoyne's famous Map of Cornwall as far back as 1699.
Numerous paranormal events have been chronicled over the years, from a bell that was said to ring on its own, to a clock that constantly ran ten minutes fast no matter how many times it was wound back.
Locals say there are several Spirits in the traditional pub, including the spectre of a local woman who was murdered in 1844.
Jenny said: "It went terribly cold in the bar all of a sudden. Everybody in the pub just stopped and looked around to see how it could have happened, but the doors were all shut and nobody was standing near the glass at the time it moved."
Article is by Jason Mansfield: Anomalous Environmental Studies Analyst™ with Paranormal Studies of Arkansas found at www.hauntedarkansas.net, Voice Over Artist, Film maker at Binary Entertainment www.binaryentertainment.com, Folklorist, Horror Enthusiast, Writer, Squatchologist™ & Legend Hunter