Is This The Best Real Ghost Footage Ever? CCTV Captures Spooky Goings On In One Of UKs Oldest Pubs After Hours.

This is incredible, pub owners wanted to know why their CCTV stopped working at 6.18 am on Friday 14th of February 2014 and found this incredible footage moments before.

The Ye Olde Man & Scythe pub in Bolton Lancashire is763 years old and is one of the oldest recorded pubs in Britain.

It is also one of the most haunted.

Watch the incredible full CCTV video of that eerie moment below.

[FULL] Ghost Caught On Camera At Ye Olde Man and Scythe | Ghost is Caught on Pub CCTV in Bolton

To add more weight to the pubs reputation is this new footage that has recently been filmed by a foreign tourist.

The footage is taken outside of the pub while the tourist narrates to the video details about the pub and its history when suddenly an eerie ghostly shadow appears to walk across the upstairs bedroom.

You can see that the tourist has seen the CCTV footage from February which might have prompted this visit as he mentions it in his narrative.

ye olde man and scythe pub bolton lancashire ghost photograph

This is the pub manager’s room, he didn’t believe in ghosts before working at the pub.

After the footage was recorded pub manager Tony Dooley said: “I’m not too happy about it, that’s my flat behind the window. My attitude before I became the manager nine months ago was not to believe in ghosts. I’m convinced now.”

A few weeks previous the manager was woken by what he thought was his partner’s dog Kallie licking his feet but was shocked to find the dog still sound asleep.

“My feet were clammy and wet, like sweaty palms only worse. I went straight to the bathroom and took a shower with the dog in the room making sure nothing else happened. It was creepy.” He said.

Maybe the ghost has a foot fetish!

“My attitude is as long the ghost doesn’t harm me then that’s fine.”

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