House that cries ghost hunts, wolverhampton
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Graiseley old hall in Wolverhampton, could possibly be Wolverhampton’s Oldest surviving building. Graiseley old hall is mentioned in records dating back 600 years. In 1930 Graiseley old hall was bought by the Royal Wolverhampton School and was used for administration purposes.
Graiseley old hall was given the name ‘The house That Cries’ by the BBC following the unexplained pools of water that would appear in the main hall. These strange occurrences have been witnessed on many occasions by the owners and visitors.
After many reports of hauntings reported here in the local news, a local resident wrote to the owner telling them of the poltergeist haunting they experienced. Rev Pearce told the hauntings appeared to targeted their children.
Future tenants at the property became very aware of ghostly goings on, voices from empty rooms, icy cold spots, door handles being rattled, the feeling of being watched and on some occasions dark shadows seen moving around the property and not to mention the mysterious pools of water.