Waggon and Horses
Undershore Rd, Lymington, Hampshire
Once called the Waggon Ale House, it has deeds from 1643, with exhibits ghostly manifestations. these include a former local gamekeeper. Henry Card shot himself in the pub in 1893 when he had assumed his gun was unloaded. Another gamekeeper had been shot in the back and killed in the nearby woods, with foul play was assumed. However, Card demonstrated how a man could shoot himself in the back, using his own gun when it went off and fatally wounded him. When the ghost of Card does appear, there , people have claimed, to be the strong odour of wet tweed.