Wednesday, 24 September 2014


The famous Moat House in Tamworth - comes with resident ghost!

A haunted West Midlands pub that once served as a lunatic asylum for local women is up for sale.

The famous Moat House in Tamworth was built by the noble Comberford family in 1572.

The family entertained Charles I at the Tudor-built property in August 1619 while he was Prince of Wales.

Since then the building has served as an asylum’ for women, a restaurant and it is now available on a new lease with vacant possession.

Legend has it that the Moat House has a resident ghost called Emily, a young girl who has spooked many staff and customers over the years.

The pub offers a spacious bar and restaurant, library, separate function room, extensive gardens and car parking for over 80 cars.

It is being sold by specialist agent Christie & Co from its Birmingham office for an undisclosed sum.

Below are two videos which illustrates the internal parts of the structure together with interviews of staff and others who have experienced paranormal activity.

Videos (c) Chris Ward and S.P.I (Serious Paranormal Investigations)

Story source: BirminghamMail

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