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Ghost hunter couple claim to have captured ‘The Shining’ twins on camera at haunted Liverpool hotel

The spirits of the children were seen wandering the hotel’s hallways…

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Ghost hunters have come forward with ‘evidence’ that the spirits of two children currently haunt an infamous Liverpool hotel.

Liverpool’s Britannia Adelphi Hotel has been shrouded in mystery for decades, and is today known as one of the UK’s most haunted establishments.

Countless guests over the years have claimed to have seen ghosts and various other bouts of paranormal activity – according to Visit Britain, staff have also reported seeing a grey lady in a Victorian-style dress in the basement and the sighting of somebody hanging out of a window, yet when it was checked, it was locked.

Spooky stuff.

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But now, just when you thought the Adelphi couldn’t get any more eerie, a ghost hunting couple has shared their experience from their recent stay. 

Husband and wife Lee and Linzi Steer, from Rotherham, both run the popular Facebook page, Ghosts of Britain, where they share their exploits from some of the most haunted establishments in the UK with their 1.8 million followers.

On Tuesday, June 22nd, they decided to spend a night at the Adelphi – thanks to its reputation, the couple had actually wanted to stay there for quite some time.

And they weren’t disappointed.

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After booking room 105, which the pair said had seen paranormal activity before, they got to work investigating the building.

Lee said, as per The Echo: “One of the first things that was weird was the lift. We were filming by the lift and it just opened for no reason with nobody inside.

We had heard the lifts do what they like from some other people that had stayed, but to see it in person was weird. We also kept hearing whistling noises from the lift as well as scratching noises in our room.”

The couple streamed their investigation on Facebook live, and viewers were horrified when the sillhouette of two children were spotted down one of the corridors.

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Linzi said: “To me it looks like two children and I feel like one of them is a girl. It reminded me of the twins out of The Shining.”

And it wasn’t just the hallways where spiritual entities lurked – the couple claim that their bedroom experienced some paranormal activity, too.

“In our room itself there was a little entry area and then the door into the room and the bathroom. Lee said he closed the door when he came in but on three occasions the door ended up being wide open.

“The main bedroom was also really cold but then the bathroom would be really warm, the temperature would also change by about 10 degrees really suddenly even though we didn’t have any windows open.”

Visit their Facebook page here to watch their full live stream.

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Yes, ANOTHER lorry has got stuck under this notorious Greater Manchester bridge

It’s happened again…

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Just weeks after we reported that a van got stuck under a notorious Greater Manchester railway bridge, yet another vehicle has met the same fate.

Even though there is large yellow lettering warning drivers that it is actually a low bridge, people still keep trying their luck.

Located on Prescott Street in Wigan, this time the driver of a white lorry thought their vehicle could fit under the bridge – it couldn’t.

According to reports the incident happened on the evening of Monday July 4th as the evening rush hour got underway.

Naturally, this led to traffic chaos along both the road and surrounding area.

A photo of the lorry in question was posted to social media, showing the substantial damage it had received after getting stuck.

One social media user said, as per Wigan Today: “Getting out of hand now this just put bollards up and stop it as a rat run.”

Another added: “Too many getting stuck under that bridge”, while a third joked: “Got to admit the guys who built that bridge did a good job.”

The bridge has earned itself quite the reputation among drivers in the town thanks to its deceptively low parapet.

Over the years, a number of vans and lorries have wound up wedged under the bridge – at least once a month, according to one resident – which ironically features a bold ‘LOW BRIDGE’ sign on both sides.

And so many drivers ignore the sign and get their vehicles stuck under the bridge, in fact, that there is even a Facebook page dedicated to shaming those who underestimate the size of their vehicle.

The description for the Box Vans vs Prescott St Bridge Facebook page simply reads: “A collection of photos of idiots who don’t know the height of the vehicle they’re driving”.

The page does exactly what it says on the tin; shares updates and photos whenever a van gets itself wedged under the bridge. 

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Lurpak has been spotted for £9.35 in one supermarket and shoppers are furious

‘Stop the world I want to get off’

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As the cost of living crisis continues to hit us in our bank accounts, one rather inconspicuous, common supermarket item has become a barometer for rising prices: Lurpak.

The humble butter spread has gone viral in recent weeks as people take to social media to reveal how much its price has risen in various supermarkets.

This obsession has reached a peak this week, with a 1kg tub of Lurpak spotted for a whopping £9.35 by one social media user.

The expensive tub of Lurpak butter was shared to Twitter by Josh Christian, who said: “Stop the world I want to get off… @Lurpak come on lads this is a joke @Conservatives this is all your fault we’re all going to be eating dry toast stop taking off us and sort this mess out people are starving while your m8 are getting richer”.

And that’s not the only place raising the price of large tubs of the butter, with some shoppers spotting a 1kg pack costing £9 at Ocado online.

As well as that, Morrisons is selling 1kg packs of Lurpak for £7.50 on its website, while last week a 500g tub was seen going for £5 – just a short while ago this would have cost £3.65.

Shoppers have been questioning why the price has risen so much, with Vivien McDermott saying: “Why is it so expensive? Morrisons salted butter 250g was £1.75 last week so £7 if you buy a kilo worth. Save a few quid that way.”

Jayne Gardiner added: “That’s disgusting, I’d never pay that, just to have jam on toast would cost over a tenner, no way.”

And it seems that Lurpak is in such high demand that it’s even been spotted with security tags in at least one Asda supermarket.

​​Charlie Bennett shared a photo of the heavily protected tub, writing: “Britain in 2022… Lurpak butter is at £6 a tub in ASDA and even has a security tag on it.”

The buttery news comes as food prices continue to rocket on the whole around the country, with experts blaming soaring inflation, Brexit, the war in Ukraine and a cost of living crisis.

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B&M launches huge ‘everything £5’ sale with loads of popular items

What an offer…

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B&M is launching a huge sale, with loads of different items in-store going for as little as £5.

The toy sale with ‘everything £5’ includes Peppa Pig, Barbie, teddies, tractors, pencil cases, craft sets and even best-selling toys.

The sale is on across the country but shoppers will have to be quick, as items will only be available while stock lasts at your local B&M.

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This is good news if any kids you know have a birthday coming up, or you might even want to start stocking up for Christmas – I know, it’s only July but you can never be too prepared.

A spokesman for B&M said, as per Birmingham Live: “With the summer holidays and (dare we say it) Christmas, fast approaching, you’ll be glad to hear that B&M have everything you need to keep the kids entertained in the B&M bargain toy sale launching in stores this week!

“Bag yourself a bargain with all sale toys down to £5 each.

“From teddies and tractors to Peppa Pig and pencil cases, our best-selling toys and craft sets are suitable for a variety of ages, so you’ll definitely find something to keep them busy.”

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This follows the recent news that B&M shoppers will now be able to get over 1,000 products sent directly to their doorstep, thanks to the launch of the retailer’s new delivery service.

The service – a first in B&M’s forty-four-year long history – was launched following a customer feedback survey that showed an overwhelming number of customers struggled with transporting larger and bulkier items home.

But now, customers will be able to browse through a range of over 1,000 products online and get them sent right to their homes.

While not all products are available just yet, there are multiple items from the home and furniture, garden, electrical and kids toys to browse from.

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