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Annison's Funeral Directors
The land on which the present building stands has history linking back to the 16th century when the site was a Catholic blockhouse. The Annison building started life housing the City of Hulls mounted police. The building is believed to be the last place Mary Jane Langley [one of Hull's unsolved murder victims] was seen a live in 1891.
The building has been the premises for Annison Funeral Directors in more recent years, and although the building no longer operates as a Funeral parlour, the original embarming table remains, as does the knowledge of the rooms available and their uses when it was a Directors.
Old sweet springs.
The building was built in west Virginia and was was a resort known for its natural warm spring waters.
Built in 1795 but before this was used by natives who would of used the natural mineral waters,before being slaughtered for the control of the land.
It is said 2 people had drowned at the location, In the 1940's it was served as a sanitarium where many died from a tuberculosis pandemic.
It was then made into a home for the elderly, so as you can imagine there our many souls trapped within this location.
Dark shadows are seen to walk down the corridors and even people have reported to have been pushed, even voices have been reported to have been heard coming from the pool.
The Bath house at Jward. The nurses had to get it fenced in as patients would wander off on their way to have their showers. This was often a place of homosexual activities, assaults and injuries so eventually patients would have to wear restraint belts to prevent it.A negative male energy is often felt in here and is thought to be a nurse.