Ford Green Hall
 Ford Green Hall 01

LOCATION: Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, UK

DATE BUILT: 1624

GRADE LISTED: Grade II

ORIGINAL PURPOSE: A farmhouse

OTHER USES: After being a family home for almost 200 years, it was later divided into four cottages. It is now a museum replicating a 17th Century yeoman farmer's house. It is also now used for ghost hunts. 

PREVIOUS BUILDINGS ON THE SITE: Unknown

CLAIM TO FAME: None known 

 

INTERESTING FACTS: On the grounds, there is a listed 18th Century dovecote

 

GRIZZLY HISTORY: None known

 

DEATHS: Unknown

RESIDENT GHOSTS: 

• A man in period costume holding a silver topped cane, believed to possibly be William Ford.

• A woman who vanishes through a wall where a staircase used to be.

• A man in a red coat often seen standing at the top of the attic stairs with his hands on his hips.

 

REPORTED PARANORMAL ACTIVITY:

Visual: Full bodied apparitions - many visitors have seen a man and assumed he was a re-enactment actor 

Sensory: Strong smell of burning reported.

 

HAUNTED HOTSPOTS: Unknown

 

TIMESPAN OF HAUNTINGS: Unknown

EYEWITNESS ACCOUNTS: Yet to be discovered....