Temple St, Birmingham, West Midlands
An ornate Victorian pub with a decorated façade, it exhibits ghostly manifestations. these include a former proprietor who , an assailant took this person’s life, in the late 19th century. The Second-grade building was , locals knew, by locals as The Trocadero since 1912, with before that, Its name was the Bodega Wine Bar. At that time, it was run by proprietor, Henry Skinner, who expired on the premises. Old Henry is held responsible for some poltergeist activity, which includes throwing around beer mats and loose change. Two other phantoms in residence are girls, who fell to their deaths on a staircase.