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Mar 06 2009

Things that go bump in the night…

I came across this story on the web this morning…

The original source is here

But I will post the relevant part of it here for you:

Chris was particularly interested in The Ancient Ram Inn’s history and was fascinated by the haunted bishop’s room.
It has been said that many people who stay in the bishop’s room have been attacked in their sleep by an incubus (male demon) or a succubus (female demon).

John also told Chris how he had been thrown down the stairs by the demons.

Chris added: “It’s absolutely amazing. You wouldn’t believe that he lives on his own. While I was there, I picked up the spirit of a cat and I picked up a dark barking outside.

“I just felt its energy. And I picked up a lot of names while I was there, that were connected to the property.
“The bishop’s room is such a negative room.

“The incubus and succubus didn’t come into the room – we left after 11pm but we did feel as if we were being watched. It all kicks off after 12pm.”

Chris was so convinced of the high spiritual activity that he plans to visit the pub again this month.
He added: “I want to do it again. A lot of people are interested in this place.”

Okayyyyy…

I like the name of the place, I mean, Ram’s Inn connects with the idea of Succubi and the room has another connection in it’s name, but again we have the mixing up of spirits and ghosts with Succubi  and Incubi which is wrong as usual…

I’m rather disappointed that this person didn’t stay around that extra HOUR to see the Succubus or Incubus appear…

Oh well…

Maybe on the next trip he’ll care more about them than the cat and dog…

Tera

2 comments

  1. avatar
    James

    Stick around an extra hour, Majesty, and such an author might get exposed for how little one knows. At least, that’s why I always leave town as quickly as I can after such an appearance.

  2. avatar
    BFslave

    If it really were a Succubi or an Incubi, wouldn’t it have been something that went bump, bump, bump, bump, bump in the night? 😉

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