Mill Street Barracks
Built in 1861 Mill Street Barracks in Liverpool is steeped in military history as well as local history. It has accommodated many branches of the armed forces throughout its life involving numerous wars. Like many other barracks it has also been used as a morgue during several world wars.
Apparitions of lost soldiers have been spotted walking in the building and poltergeist activity has been reported and ghostly figures of nurses and nuns have also been documented by many a ghost hunter and a very friendly spirit with wandering hands where the ladies are concerned has manifested itself on many occasions these are just some the recorded paranormal activity recorded at The Mill Street Barracks in St. Helens.
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The ghosts and sightings reported at The Mill Street Barracks are a plenty but the three main spirits most commonly seen at The Mill Street Barracks are as follows.
Jack - Mainly sighted and heard on the upper level of the barracks, particularly by the ladies. Old Jack's history has not yet been fully discovered,
Black Dog - Bruce the three legged dog, a former resident, has been seen numerous times over the years searching for his former master. A whole host of other animals including cats have also been seen and heard over the years.
The Angry Man - In the highest room in the building's old accommodation block, this man has tried to push people down the stairs, and succeeded in pushing them into walls. He is angry about something, but what could it be?
Nuns and Nurses are seen often carrying on with their duties as if undisturbed from prying eyes of any paranormal investigators.