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Fright, Camera, Action!

Is it just light shining through a window or is it something paranormal? Ghosthunters believe that CCTV cameras at Leicester Guildhall may have caught a ghost on camera. Take a look at the video and decide for yourself…

The Guildhall is already known as Leicester's most haunted building, but this 11-second video clip is being seen as further evidence of ghostly goings-on.

The recording shows a room being illuminated by light, and what some believe is a spectre crawling across the floor.

Take a look at the Guildhall's ghostly CCTV clip – if you're brave enough…

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Lee Gilbert is the resident medium and parapsychologist at the Guildhall. 

He believes that nine spirits reside in the building, and says that over the past few months there has been more ghostly activity than ever before.

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The Guildhall on Guildhall Lane

In the past there have been reports of sightings of a White Lady who moves furniture around the building’s library.

Staff often close the bible that sits on the main table of the library to find in the morning that the White Lady has opened it up to the same page each time.

Other people claim that they've seen legs grow from the portrait of Henry Earl of Huntington, which hangs in the Mayor's Parlour.

Historians say the building could be haunted as it's played a key part in city life since the time of Richard II.

It's been visited by royalty, the English gentry and maybe even William Shakespeare.

And according to reports, some of those visitors could still be around...

last updated: 24/10/06
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