The Crown Inn
Crown Lane, Farnham Royal, Slough, Berkshire
Modern directions give the address of this pub as Farnham Royal. In the past, its geography relates to Farnham Common. Now we can see the benefits of having a high address range. However, it makes not difficult to be precise. This old pub is more than two centuries. People used it as the courtroom of the village. It seems the owners of the pub have been liable for the collection of rents with fines for livestock in bulk. Glycine on the facade of the Crown Inn is more than two centuries. It flowers twice a year. The ghost in residence here is a previous owner since the early 1900s. When it appears observers describe it as a big man with a big moustache. He also wears a dark blue apron. It is also responsible for poltergeist activities such as moving furniture loudly during the hours of darkness. On at least one occasion, a small fire during the day.