The Hare and Hounds
53 Wibsey Bank, Bradford, West Yorkshire
A demonstration of synchronous burning set off a disturbing set of paranormal occasions at this early Victorian pub. A porcelain heavenly attendant statue, fitting in with the licensee, blast into blazes and afterward broke over the floor. Flares boiled over all through. Somebody needed to call The blaze detachment. Later, fire officers said there was no evident purpose behind this occasion. From that point forward, odd occasions have tormented this pub. Such occasions incorporate bolted entryways pummelling and the resonances of weird voices.