Stockwell Ghost

A supposed ghost that caused a great sensation in the village of Stockwell, near London, in 1772. It haunted a detached house on the east side of the Green, where a Mrs. Golding and her female servant lived. China, glass, plates, etc. fell and broke, and various articles of furniture, without any visible cause, were removed or tumbled. It was later discovered that the mischief was caused by Anne Robinson, Mrs. Golding's servant.



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