Could this be the ghost of a stable boy caught on camera at Liverpool’s historic town hall

Could this footage show the spirit of a stable boy who wanders the halls of Liverpool’s historic town hall?

The eerie video claims to have captured a ghostly being skulking past the windows during a paranormal investigation in the 18th century building.

Sefton Paranormal Investigators (SPI) captured the spooky footage during their end of year investigation at Liverpool Town Hall in December and claim it has not been altered.

The ghost hunters experienced a host of odd goings on during the six hour paranormal probe and were even ordered to ‘get out of here’ by a seemingly angered spirit.

Pamela Robinette, from SPI, said: “The whole evening was really eerie – we felt as though we were being watched from every corner of the building.

“The apparition we caught on video appeared in the commons room while the team were exploring further into the town hall.

“There have been many sightings at the town hall – including a grey lady wearing a hat, a little girl named Molly.

“And there have also been sightings of a stable boy walking up and down within the chambers room were we caught our evidence.

“One of the ladies who was with us that night is very sensitive and picked up the stable boy in that part of the building which is where the carriages used to come in and out.”

The ghost is thought to be the spirit of a stable boy who wanders the halls of Liverpool's historic town hall

The ghost is thought to be the spirit of a stable boy who wanders the halls of Liverpool’s historic town hall

The paranormal investigators split into small groups to conduct experiments in different parts of the building.

And one terrified group even reported that they heard the words ‘get out of here’ while they were in in the World War memorial room.

Sefton Paranormal Investigators (SPI) captured the spooky footage during their end of year investigation

Sefton Paranormal Investigators (SPI) captured the spooky footage during their end of year investigation

Pamela added: “Liverpool town hall brought us a broad array of anomalies that could not be explained with logical answers – all of our equipment signaled towards the presence of something paranormal.

“And some of the public members that attended that night were very shaken up, and for some this was their first paranormal experience.

“Because there were so many reports of anomalies, we have decided to go back to this magnificent building to do further tests and experiments and hopefully capture something solid on film.”

For more information about Sefton Paranormal please visit www.seftonparanormal.co.uk.