Britain's most haunted pub is for sale.
While some knew the Four Crosses Pub for its $1.50 dinners, others fear it for the unexplained footsteps, glasses that fall from shelves for no apparent reason, and the ghost of a young girl that appears near the entrance to the kitchen and walks through walls.
The pub, which was built in 1636 and closed last year, is in the central England town of Cannock. It is being sold by Colliers International for $670,000.
"The history of the building is astounding and its haunted rooms add to the experience. Events often take place advertising the pub's ghostly inhabitants, drawing a wide popularity to the pub and its local area," Paul Hands, a director at Colliers International, said in a release about the sale of the pub.
The website Eerie-evenings.com says undiscovered rooms and passageways likely exist in the house. Several suicides have occurred in the building. A baby died after falling off a table in the 1800s, and the most recent death connected to it was in the 1980s when a young boy ran from the pub onto the road and was killed.
Reports have surfaced of the sounds of children crying and the ghost of a young woman waiting for a man who jilted her in the ladies washroom, of heavy candlesticks being moved off the fireplace when only the bar manager was in the building, and of a man in a long cloak standing in the parking lot.
Despite being closed, ghost tours continue to take place at the former pub.