A ‘Thirsty Ghost’ Smashes Wine Bottles And Glasses at a ‘Haunted Hotel’
A creepy video footage from a security camera appears to show ghostly figures and bottles of expensive wine flying off shelves in a ‘...
A creepy video footage from a security camera appears to show ghostly figures and bottles of expensive wine flying off shelves in a ‘haunted’ Australian hotel.
The Carlisle Castle Hotel bar, in Newtown, New South Wales found itself serving a different kind of spirit, as surveillance cameras captured the moment bottles fell to the floor behind the bar with nobody near them.
Licensee Peter Bradbury says that if it is a ghost, it has high-end tastes.
“Red wine seems to be the choice, apparently he likes the red,” he told the Australian Telegraph.
“Expensive wine too, he picked a Kilikanoon last night, which is about $27 a bottle.”
In another creepy clip, bartenders and locals are given a fright as a wine glass falls from a high shelf, smashing on the bar. A third video appears to show a ghostly figure dancing in front of the cameras.
Staff say spooky things have happened at the hotel “many times”, with one saying they’d seen a beer tap turn on of its own accord.
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Bradbury has started posting footage of what he describes as a “thirsty ghost” on the hotel’s Facebook page, inviting locals to speculate about what might have caused the paranormal activity.
Local Cat Stuart suggested it could be the work of a man who used to live in the building.
“It might be old Peter,” she said. “He used to live upstairs and helped around the Carlisle [in the] early 1990s. I think his bust is still displayed behind the bar.”
Some regulars say the wine bottles were probably knocked over by vibrations in the floor – with others suggesting it might all have been set up in an attempt to drum up custom.
But Bradbury remains open minded, telling local a newspaper: “When we saw the bottles and glasses just start flying off shelves, we saved it and put it up on our Facebook page for a bit of a laugh, really – but we don’t know what it is.”