Over the years, many people in the city have said that they have been involved in ghostly sightings, some of which are more recent than you might think.
In areas of Liverpool, ghostly monks, floating torsos and the purple-faced girl are said to have been ghostly sighted.
People in Liverpool have reported many ghostly sightings over the years, but some of them are much more recent than you might think.
The unexplained events were found in the Paranormal Database – a collection of historical and recent ghostly sightings that have taken place in Britain and Ireland.
In the last decade, Walton Park, Croxteth Hall and Lark Lane have also been added to the list of paranormal sites.
Newsham Park and a former police station are on the list of places where some of the encounters took place.
Here are just a few of the scariest ones.
The Paranormal Database contains reports of nearly 16,000 paranormal events throughout Britain and Ireland and includes the place, time and other details of what was seen.
According to the database there have been at least 45 paranormal sightings in Liverpool over the years.
Walton Park/Route – 2012
A local legend says that a monk and a nun were executed in the area after it was discovered that they were having an affair.
All are said to haunt their respective areas.
Another legend says that the children the nuns had out of wedlock were buried along the way.
Walton Junction Station – from the 1970s
Sky over Anfield – 25 July 2007
It is said that since the last steam engine left this site, an evil, repressive presence has invaded the area.