Shocking! Ghost hunters claim Irish Castle to be haunted by a spirit

The paranormal supernatural Investigations have proof that confirms that the Castle Ellen House in Co Galway is haunted. The ghost hunters claim that they have proof of the ghost haunting the castle. 

The resources said that the ghost seems to be of Walter Peter Lambert, who died back in 1982. He died at the Imperial Hotel in Tuam, Co Galway due to Choking. 

It is said that Walter Peter Lambert was a part of the Anglo-Irish family and he owned the Castle Ellen House. He was 76 when he died. 

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There is more to history. According to PSI Ireland, when the man died, a maid was cleaning his room after a few hours of the death. The maid looked outside of the window and she said that the master has returned. 

The maids stated that Mr Lambert was on his foot and it was strange because he travelled by coach. Richard Morrison, co-founder of PSI Ireland told, “He had already died for some hours before this”. 

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Also, after the demise of Mr Lambert, the coach, and horses with his remains on board refused to enter the gate of the castle. Mr Richard stated, “ The second team of horses was brought from the stables but they also refused to pass the entrance. This left the staff with no option, only to carry the remains up the very long avenue”. 

The Castle is also connected with famous personalities. The mother of Edward Carson, the father of unionism was born in the castle. Also, Oscar Wilde had visited there during the summer holidays as a child.

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PSI Ireland had received video footage last year and we claimed that the video confirmed the presence of a ghost in Leap Castle, Co Galway. Decide that the video is from inside of the building that shows a ghost in one of the mirrors. Therefore, PSI Ireland sent a group of four investigators from the team there to examine the “ghost”. 

A spokesman from the six of them said that the felt the evidence. They have captured footages that confirm the existence of the ghost in the mirror.