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Old Post Office Liverpool

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The Old Post Office in Liverpool

Old Post Office

In 1902, this open house on School Lane (close to the Bluecoat Chambers) was being controlled by a 50-year-old Staffordshire man named Thomas Henshaw, alongside his 46-year-old spouse Annie, who hailed from North Wales.

At the point when the Henshaws assumed control over the bar they found a little room upstairs which was bolted and the keyhole was stopped with putty.

There was a scary talk that this room ought to never be opened as it contained a startling soul.

Be that as it may, an old companion of Mrs Henshaw, remaining at the bar one night, unblocked the keyhole and peeped in at something which turned his psyche and left him frothing at the mouth.

The man never talked sense again and was focused on a maniac refuge.

What did he find in that room?

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