Is the ghost still there?

PUBLISHED: 12:40 05 January 2007 | UPDATED: 22:28 28 May 2010

IN 1937 I worked for Lou Norman at Yew Tree House, Doddington, a coach house where they built coaches. There was a ghost there then. I wonder if it is still there. I remember working in the stables and hearing someone come in to the stable next to the one

IN 1937 I worked for Lou Norman at Yew Tree House, Doddington, a coach house where they built coaches.

There was a ghost there then. I wonder if it is still there.

I remember working in the stables and hearing someone come in to the stable next to the one I was working in. After a while I would look into the next stable. I never saw anyone.

Once Lou told me to go up to the loft over the stables to look for some guttering. I did not like that. My hair stood straight up. I felt someone was with me.

I was not the only one to have that feeling. Frank Fisher and Roy Fovargue had it too.

I wonder if the ghost is still wandering around the new houses now.

DON UPCHURCH

9960 SW66

Miami

USA

Editor's note: Don Upchurch, born in 1932, used to live in Benwick Road, Doddington. He moved with his family to Miami in 1957.


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