Clevedon Pier fishermen have their silent sails disturbed by a ghostly shape that seems and disappears in the fog.
Anglers who go to the iconic Victorian pier confess they have seen indications of ghosts frequently. A supernatural figure is caught in the spot of the tower building talking to itself and going through locked entrances.
Jack Hulbert-Clevedon Angling Club member is one of the first persons to notice something scary. Hes a retreated antiques trader of Stonehouse, Gloucestershire. He claims it occurred few weeks ago and that he even recorded a few ghost stories. When he went to the pier about 4:30am. He assumed that he was alone until he saw a human figure inclined on the rails. Mr. Hulbert, old as 72, assumed that it was his colleague fisherman shouted beyond whereas going near for a chat. Then again, as he walked across the other lateral of the pier, he discovered that it has vanished. He decided to walk around to double check thinking that it might be his co-fisherman but he really knew what he saw. The only thing hes uncertain of is whether its a man or a woman.
It wasnt only Mr. Hubert that saw the said ghost but also the other fishermen. Linda Strong the pier courtesanwas also said that the place was named the “ghost coast” for reasons of mysterious extraordinary unearthing. She says “A man named Chris Buxton who goes here to go fishing at night blasphemes he saw something unexplainable. ghost videos not only come from one or two sources but from a number of people and you begin to feel theres something creepy phenomenon in the place.”
Mrs. Lind even added that the pier is entirely a creepy place that when youre alone, you feel that theres someone with you.
Centuries ago, a man sailing to Portishead from Clevedon stated he was stricken by a huge schemer but luckily, he had run away alive.
According to the Paranormal Database Reports, indications have been verified in Clevedon although Brockley Court and Brockley Church are the ones considered as the scariest places in North Somerset. Old Clevedon offices were supposed sinister by a “grey lady” and new occupants of Old Street belongings reported Clevedon Town Council of a mystical presence.
This happened just last October. The Council wants to be informed if ever spirit ghosts happen again for it to organize a mental assessment. David Shopland Clevedon Town Council property committee chairman said they were reported that the latest occupant saw an old gentleman sitting in the corner in a semi-clerical garb.