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PostSubject: Shipwrights Arms, Faversham and Chequers Inn, Bickley   Mon Feb 09, 2009 6:04 pm

Hi Team :-)
I have been doing some research on possible locations for investigation and I thought these were interesting.... Let me know what u think :-)))


In the 19th century, a ship sank in the Swale. This 300 year old pub is remote and is situated in the marshes by the side of an inlet in the Swale, at the end of a bumpy track. The story goes that on a snowy Christmas Eve when the Landlord had gone to bed, he heard a banging at the door, but ignored it and shouted that he was in bed and would not get up 'for man or devil'. In the morning the Landlord awoke to find a corpse in the doorstep covered in snow. It was the body of a shipwrecked sailor who had struggled through the wintry night in soaking wet clothes, and had come to the pub in search of help. The ghost of the sailor haunts the pub, and a strong smell of decay can often be smelt before his spirit manifests.

Amongst other famous patrons no less than Dick Turpin, the famous highwayman is said to have enjoyed the hospitality of The Chequers whilst on the run and he is said to haunt the pub to this day. Two other unidentified men and a woman are also said to occasionally surprise staff and visitors. Several recent searches by paranormal investigators hint at a French policeman and a man kown only as Bernard have presences in the building.

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PostSubject: Re: Shipwrights Arms, Faversham and Chequers Inn, Bickley   Mon Feb 09, 2009 6:50 pm


Wow they both sound very good , i will talk to barri about these twomaybe we can get something going ,
thanks for that .



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PostSubject: Re: Shipwrights Arms, Faversham and Chequers Inn, Bickley   Mon Feb 09, 2009 6:54 pm

You're welcome Very Happy - I'm currently looking into several more locations in and around Kent and Outer London - will keep you posted.

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