ON July 1st 2017, SGA took a trip over the border to join an organised paranormal event, hosted by friends and colleagues HD Paranormal. The event was at The Talbot Hotel in Stourbridge, England.
The Talbot Hotel, an historic Grade II listed coaching Inn dating back to 1630 was originally the private residence of Richard Foley, of the very wealthy and influential Foley family who made their fortune in the Steelworks and went on to build and live in Witley Court, in then Worcestershire, now West Midlands.
Reported paranormal events include, the suicide of a former employee and infant burial in the cellars, footsteps heard in a bedchamber, a Lady in white roaming its halls and an angry male spirit in the ‘Gentleman’s Club’.
THIS is SGA’s documentary investigation of the event, concluding with Facebook LIVE footage of their independent after-event vigil in the infamous Room 19.
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