The 1,000-year-old ancient hotel became the most terrible haunted house in the world
In 1968, the family of Mrs. Caroline Humphries moved into a 1,000-year-old motel in Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire (England) – when she was 8 years old – to run a rental business. Since then, many mysterious stories began to unfold throughout the decades.
Over the years, the family has witnessed many broken items in their home, with many hidden meanings about the dark past behind. It is not difficult to explain why this house is called one of the most terrible haunted houses in the world.
Caroline’s late father, John Humphries, was the first to discover the remains buried under the house, along with many other daggers. Earlier, a psychic told Mr. John that “there are many children buried here”. After digging up the soil, Mr. John did indeed find bones and daggers buried together, raising suspicions of a “rite of sacrifice”.
Many bone fragments were found at the bottom of the stairs.
Mrs. Caroline, now 60 years old, said: “There is an archaeological report that the knives belonged to an ancient civilization, although the exact date has not been determined. Unfortunately, the knives were stolen in 2014 when his father “I’m taking guests on a tour of the motel. Besides they’re worth it, the carvings on the knife could also be a clue to a sacrificial murder case.”
After discovering the above objects, Mr. John brought the bones to see archaeologists. They insist these are not animal bones, meaning that the mystery of the remains and the reason for their deaths need to be clearly investigated.
A few years ago, Mr. John also found a well-preserved 500-year-old cat mummy in the drawer of his house while renovating the house. Mrs. Caroline believes the cat was placed in it because the ancients wanted to keep witches away from the house.
This house is said to have been built on an ancient pagan burial site. This makes this place a place that attracts many curious people to “hunt ghosts”. Many people reported seeing many mystical events happening at this place, including objects moving on their own.
Although this ancient inn dates back to 1,145, the time the house was built may have been much longer, estimated around 900 AD. The site is said to have been inhabited by slaves, Catholic monks and stone masons when the local St Mary’s church was built.
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