Ghost filmed at Shaws Bay Hotel believed to be "Little Sarah"

UPDATE: MANY people who have viewed the video of the strange shape captured on CCTV at the Shaws Bay Hotel believe it might be the ghost of "Little Sarah".

"Little Sarah" was the daughter of Captain Thomas Fenwick, who built the historic and notoriously spooky Fenwick House next door to the Shaws Bay Hotel in east Ballina.

Sarah Fenwick was seven months old when she died in the manor in 1887.

One Facebook user wrote: "Her name is Sarah. She used to live in the house when we were living there and move around in the cedar bar down stairs."

Another said: "...it's Sarah! Some weird things used to happen when we lived in the house next door...alarm would set itself off, doors open without anyone there..super spooky!"

More footage of "The Shawsy Ghost" has been posted on the Shaws Bay Hotel Facebook page.

By popular demand.More footage of The Shawsy Ghost.You be the judge

Posted by The Shaws Bay Hotel on Thursday, August 20, 2015

 

EARLIER: THE staff at the Shaws Bay Hotel think they may have captured a ghost on camera.

The team posted this video of CCTV footage showing a mysterious shape moving around the bar on their Facebook page.

The video was captioned: "Footage of the ghost at The Shawsy. You be the judge. What do you think it is?"

Footage of the ghost at The Shawsy.You be the judge. What do you think it is?

Posted by The Shaws Bay Hotel on Wednesday, August 19, 2015

 


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