““This hotel has ghosts”
The Adelphi Hotel in Liverpool has a special warning for guests who are checking in — beware of its ghosts.
The hotel has a reputation as England’s most haunted hotel.
Guests complain of being pushed or tripped up by rowdy spooks.
Renowned ghost hunter Robert Pulme said: “The place is overrun. I’ve had reports of ghosts pushing people, tripping them up and even shouting at them as they attempt to sleep.”
Guests have seen a wailing woman roaming the corridors. Others say they have spotted couples in olden-day clothing just standing in corners and staring at people.
“Some of the ghosts are loud, shouting and swearing, while others stare and try to freak people out,” Pulme said.
ghost, spook = ผี
haunted = ผีสิง
guest = แขก
push = ดัน, ผลัก
tripped = สะดุด
shout = ตะโกน
rowdy = เสียงดัง
wail = คร่ำครวญ
reputation = ชื่อเสียง
complain = ร้องทุกข์
renowned = มีชื่อเสียง