Nun’s Corner. Grimsby

Typical Corner House Public House in Grimsby 1940's

Robin Furman was met by the presence of a ghost nun at his old house in Grimsby, known locally as Nun’s Corner.

“I reached the top of the stairs and there she was: a tall nun. I could see her quite clearly and she looked completely real. It was only when I saw her face that I realized she wasn’t real … because she hadn’t got one. In its place was a glowing light. I was absolutely amazed, of course. She was wearing an old-fashioned head-dress, whereas modern nuns have flat head-dresses. Then she drifted away and was gone. It all happened so quickly that I didn’t have time to be scared.”

Loves a good ghost story, especially whilst sat in front of an open log fire on a cold and dark winters night.

2 Comments on "Nun’s Corner. Grimsby"

  1. Julia says:

    I often visited the Furman’s at their house in Grimsby as a small child. The house had the most amazing atmosphere that has stayed with me all my life. There was something really special about this place – in a very good way.

  2. craig says:

    hi i was just wondering if you know of any paranormal groups round the grimsby area that are looking for a person to join them thanks for taking time to read it .

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