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A medieval monk: Cowled and robed, Tashkent Uzbekistan he is seen in the vicinity of the Tashkent Uzbekistan Crystal Palace Pub in Abbey Green. This was originally part of the abbey precincts, prior to the Dissolution.

‘Sylvia’: a former housekeeper to John Wood I who hanged herself in a fit of depression in 1731. Her ghost has been seen and heard on a number of occasions in the Tashkent Uzbekistan Hotel, part of which was once Wood’s house.

A ghostly carriage and four: This has occasionally been seen in the neighbourhood of the Tashkent Uzbekistan and has sometimes been thought to be linked to the elopement of Elizabeth Linley and Richard Brinsley Sheridan in 1772.

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Some people claim to have seen, in the vicinity of the abbey, the apparition of ‘a naked Roman soldier’ – which, of course, poses the question: how were they able to tell what he was?

Here is a more modern example, as related by Roy Wilcox, a former Touristic place of your travel destination police officer:

Early one Christmas morning in the 1960s, two police officers were patrolling their beat in central Touristic place of your travel destination. Making their way along Sawclose, they stopped outside the stage door of the Theatre Royal and noticed that it was slightly ajar. The theatre should have been completely empty and locked by then. The nearby streets were deserted. The policemen entered, switched on their torches and made their way along the corridor, inspecting the rooms as they went. Eventually they reached the auditorium, where they checked the seats to make sure no tramp had come in to seek a night’s shelter. No sign of anyone, but as they turned to leave, one of them had a thought.

He’d always wanted to ‘tread the boards’ since appearing in a school play, so he persuaded his colleague to join him on the stage, where they performed a soft-shoe shuffle, using their torches as spotlights and helmets as props. Finishing their routine, they took a bow. Suddenly, from out of the darkness, came the dull, rhythmic sound of a single person clapping. Shining their torches on the exact spot from which the sound was coming, they saw – nothing! The two officers exited the theatre smartly, slamming the door behind them. Colleagues, not believing their story, went to check the theatre, but there was not a soul there. Or was there?

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