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The Ghost Of Bicking Hall

Crete, Greece

I'm sure you've heard the story of a ghost haunting Bicking Hall. If you haven't here's how it goes...

In Crete (which is a Greek island) there lived an extremely wealthy citizen. He went by the name Tom Andrews. He had 3 poor slaves who were paid £1 a day. However, soon they realized what a massive haul of gold he had and so they planned to try and steal the gold.

Soon Tom became aware of this and started to secretly transport his treasure to a far, far land. But; one night when returning from transporting the last of his gold he fell into his large well. Investigations were carried out to see what had happened but the case was swiftly closed. 1 month later the corpses of the 3 slaves were found on their beds.

People believe this is the work of the ghost of Tom who is still looking for his gold and killing anyone who gets into his way...

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