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Would-be ghost hunters should head to Derby in pursuit of the paranormal.
The city was recently named the most haunted place in Britain, with more reports of ghosts, poltergeists, werewolves and other supernatural phenomena than anywhere else in the UK.
And now the city is claiming yet another ghostly sighting.
Bosses at the new Royal Derby Hospital are reportedly calling in an exorcist after complaints by staff of a creepy cloaked figure stalking the wards and corridors.
The Supernatural Britain Report, conducted by Lionel Fanthorpe, an expert on the paranormal, examined ghostly goings-on in 40 cities across the UK and compiled a list of the ten most spooky places in the country.
Mr Fanthorpe found there had been 315 reports of ghosts, poltergeists, werewolves and vampires in Derby since records began - an average of 14 sightings per 10,000 members of its population.
In joint second were Chester and York, with a rate of 11 sightings per 10,000, followed by Exeter in fourth place, then St Albans, Edinburgh, Belfast, Oxford, Norwich and Gloucester.
Commissioned by Warner Bros, the study was researched by Lionel Fanthorpe.
Lionel Fanthorpe, BA (Hons), FCP, FRSA, FCMI, President of the Association for the Scientific Study of Anomalous Phenomena, conducted the survey through desk-based research into supernatural occurrences in the UK’s largest 40 cities
Originally posted by kidflash2008
reply to post by annefran
Also, he has been around for a few thousand years and was there before the hospital. Why not let him stay?