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I'm ashamed to admit it, but I fell for the "Bob Holness played the saxophone on Gerry Rafferty's Baker Street" story some years back. It just seemed so right. I still want it to be true.

What have you fallen for, or even better, what legends have you started?

(, Thu 5 Jan 2006, 16:02)
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Famous Schooner Hotel
I shit you not.


I quote from the website from those gullible dipsticks on Most Haunted.

"The Hotel itself is a listed 17th Century Coaching Inn and has been the hub of Alnmouth village for the past 300 years. Notable persons who've stayed in the hotel include Charles Dickens, Basil Rathbone, Douglas Bader and even King George III."

And that would be bollocks then as I was one of the people in the bar when we made up these stories. The Douglas Bader one was made up when we found a plastic leg from a shop dummy and convinced some gullible tourists that it was left behind by Douglas Bader. Then how did he get home then you thick twats? Hop?

And, again from the website:

"Its reputation as place of hauntings is well deserved. It has been twice awarded the award for The Most Haunted Hotel in Great Britain by The Poltergeist Society and is reputed to have over 60 individual ghosts."

Errr - there's no such thing as the Poltergeist Society. I know 'cos I printed out the fucking certificates that hang on the wall. John (the owner) couldn't get the fonts right. Go on - Google "Poltergeist Society" and see what comes up.

Cheers all - whooooooooooooooooo
(, Thu 5 Jan 2006, 17:41, closed)

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