The spectre in the cellar
From the Wiltshire (U.K.) Evening Advertiser:
YET another ghostly apparition has been seen at a Devizes public house after ghosthunters photographed what they believe to be a spirit at the White Bear in Monday Market Street. Members of the Swindon-based South West Paranormal Group spent the night in the pub cellar on February 18. One of the group, medium Billy McLeod, was aware while being shown round the pub by landlord Bryan Smith-Dowse of a young woman in a 1960s-style floral dress and a young man in a butcher's apron, whose name was Mark and who died in 1989 at the age of 29, possibly having taken his own life. In the bar area, Mr McLeod became aware of a young boy and a man dressed in highwayman's clothing. This man, said Mr McLeod, was about 30 and may have been called David Robson or Robeson. He seems to have been a real ladies' man. He showed Mr McLeod two photographs, one of young blonde woman and one of a woman dressed as a man. In the cellar, Mr McLeod sensed a young woman being pinned up against the wall and a man, about 6ft 2in, with a moustache and a ferocious temper. The group held a sance and came up with the name Lucy.