.Ghostbusters’ probe at Crieff distillery

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.Ghostbusters’ probe at Crieff distillery

Post by Admin on Sat Oct 23, 2010 12:37 am

Wonderful the distillery has no record of paranormal activity but the Glasgow Ghostbusters want access at night.

Are they tring to establish whether the spirits are legless or make a midnight raid on the spirits

http://www.perthshireadvertiser.co.uk/perthshire-news/local-news-perthshire/2010/10/22/ghostbusters-probe-at-crieff-distillery-73103-27519428/
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Post by Wes on Sun Oct 24, 2010 9:26 pm

I wonder Jim, seeing as you had access to a great number of pubs in your day (both professionally and unprofessionally no doubt) did you ever notice any unbottled spirits wandering about?
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Post by Admin on Thu Oct 28, 2010 1:33 am

Now that was a good question.

Now I never approached pubs unprofessionally, however I diid visit in two capacities, there was an element related to my work and a seperate element related to my Personal Life.

I was very professional on both fronts.

Funnily enough I never really ran into any spooky pubs. At that time I never thought I had Psychic abilities so things had to really jump out and grab me for me to notice. I was also very choosy about my pubs so they had to have good beer and a good atmosphere when I was in my personal capacity.

As part of my business work way back in internal audit of course my role entailed stopping the spirits from walking out the door either in the bottle or in the coins the spirits generated.

The old Threlfalls Brewery in Liverpool was a bit spooky, my last work place before leaving Whitbreads.

One of the most unnerving places I went to though was unlicensed. It was a guesthouse in Glencoe Scotland. A big old Georgian House where a group of us were sent to by the local tourist bureau for bed and breakfast.

We knocked and no one seemed to be there until suddenly some one was at the open door who we never saw coming. That happened all night people just seemed to appear. Even at breakfast it happened right up to paying the bill and leaving. A very strange and rather disturbing experience.

Probably not surprising we were the only guests we noticed from the register nobody stayed a second night.
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