50 Berkeley Square, London is considered the most haunted building in the whole of england,
50 Berkeley Square was once the home of George Canning, who was a former Prime Minister, until his death in 1827. It was then leased by a Miss Curzon, who lived in this building until her death which she was 90 years of age.
Anyone unfamiliar with the happenings at 50 Berkeley Square often wonder how a house used as a library for so many years could be even more frightening than castles, forts, abbeys and many more historic buildings.
As one of the rooms in the mansion had experienced strange activity, two men who wished to challenge the haunting paid with their lives,
A nobleman who disputed the existence of any entity went ahead and spent the night alone inside the room where the strange activity was occuring.
For his safety it was decided that he was to ring a bell just incase anything does start to hapen and then he would be rescued immeditely.
It so happened that sometime during middle of the night there were several loud rings.
They rushed in minutes later to see what was wrong with the man he was in such a terrible state with his eyes bulging out in fear.
Unfortunately this could not be saved and died soon after.
Some years later two sailors chanced their way into the empty building.
Later that night they heard loud footsteps on the staircase and within moments of hearing those footsteps their door was blasted open and a strange shapeless mass started coming through the door.
One of the men ran past it and returned with a police officer only to find his friend dead on the railing just outside.
No one to this day knows what actually forced this man to jump!
Alot of people who have visited this house or have even worked there have confessed to the existence of spiritual activity that cannot be explained.
Some employees have confirmed to having strange feelings while working at the account department and other employers have reported shocking incidents of objects hanging in mid air.
This is a building we would love to investigate one day!