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Crystal Miller
Crystal Miller • 1 year ago

ANNESLEY HALL ~ Nottinghamshire, England - Originally built as a hunting lodge in 1156 - home to the infamous Chaworth-Musters family - there's even a rumor that Robin Hood once called the hall (empty since 1997 when it was severely damaged by fire) home - activity includes apparition of a young woman in the laundry room - a dark figure near the stairs - stones being violently thrown through the air - a floating lavender scent - orbs of light - snorting and whispering noises

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