Footage Shows Paranormal Activities In The Most Haunted Pub In Britain

Caters_NewsPublished: October 24, 2017421 views
Published: October 24, 2017

Spooky CCTV footage of a ‘haunted’ pub appears to show bar stools moving in and out and parasols opening of their own accord. The bizarre video shot inside between August 4 and October 10 at the Tyler’s Kiln pub in Canterbury, Kent, has been labelled proof of poltergeist activity.

Owner, Allister Collins created a collection of creepy clips, caught on camera over a two-month period, showing numerous strange incidents. There are stories that this pub is being haunted, and the staff are always talking of hearing footsteps when no one else is around.

Furniture can be seen moving itself in the middle of the night. People have reported cold spots, creaking sounds, spooky figures, shadows passing, doors slamming, glasses flying off shelves and lights turning on mysteriously. Whether or not the paranormal realm exists is an issue that has been debated for centuries. This may be the most haunted pub in Britain!

In a world filled with science and reason, these "hauntings" can often be boiled down to simple explanations and it has nothing to do with the supernatural. Apparitions, cold spots and ghostly touches can be caused by man-made magnetic fields, experts suggest. Whatever the reason, this footage is really creepy!

Owner Allister Collins believes the main culprit is a former landlord Gilbert who died in 1978. There is something creepy about the number of incidents that a local paranormal group now wants to investigate.

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