Ghost of child living in an old wardrobe spooks antique shop staff

A wardrobe which is said to be haunted by the ghost of a child has been terrorising staff at an antique shop.

The Olden Ewe store in Paignton, Devon, bought the wardrobe earlier this year for £350 which features a carving of a satanic head on the door.

wardrobe satan

Ever since they brought it into the store, staff and customers have had some scary experiences.

The wardrobe unlocks itself and the door swings open on its own.

Customers visiting the store have also reported that they feel very cold when they get close to it, some have even said they sense the presence of a little girl trapped inside the wardrobe.

The owner of the shop, Linda Bell said she is eager to sell the haunted wardrobe.  “Some extremely strange things have been going on in the shop since we got the wardrobe.

“Two regular customers have said they sensed the presence of a little girl. Others have been unable to shut the doors, as if someone is pushing it from the inside.”

Another staff member said  “We think the carved head may have come from a bed headboard. It is a very divisive piece of furniture, people either love it or hate it.”

Scary stuff!


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