A paranormal investigator has shared an audio recording which he claims reveals ghosts at a haunted pub in Wakefield cry out for help.
The Black Horse is high at the top of haunted folklore in England, which date back to the Victorian era. According to legend, also echoed by Tony, the current landlord, a visiting salesman taunted a bear at a zoo near Westgate station.
The bear is said to have somehow escaped and mauled a woman who was an innocent bystander. Following her death, the woman’s ghost is said to have taken up residence in the pub, and several people claim to have encountered her.
And now, ghost hunter Andrew Pollard, known as the Yorkshire ghost guy says he travelled to investigate the claims. Andy said: “When we arrived Landlord Tony and Manager Amy made us really welcome. Tony gave us a guided tour which was fantastic, he even narrates the first part of the attached feature.
“Myself and Jon investigated the cellar and the bar area both of which provided us with some really interesting evidence. We captured a lot of strong evp clips from the cellar and the bar area (a former well where a boy is said to have drowned).”
Andy has since shared some clips from their investigation and voices can be heard crying for help, saying: “Help me, I am here. I want help.
“Animal. The bear.
“Somebody help. Help”.
Andy believes the voice may be of the woman mauled by the bear, and that there are also voices on another ghost, possibly a male. And he says he will return soon.
He said: “We plan to return in due course to follow up on our investigation. It was a cracking night.”