The Tulip Staircase

THE TULIP STAIRCASE
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The story of the Tulip Staircase.

It is at the Queen’s House at the Naval Academy in London where there is a staircase with a very mysterious resident. This staircase, which has come to be known as the Tulip Staircase, wanders a grief-stricken man wearing a hood. It is difficult to decipher anything else of this ghost except that he wears a ring on his right hand. It’s not even known exactly which finger the ring is on but it’s thought to be the first or second.

His footsteps can often be heard wandering their sad, lonely sound and the ghost has also been captured on film! Although the staircase has been closed to the public for many years, in 1966 Reverend Hardy and wife went to the staircase together and used specialized photography in order to get the man’s image. Once the picture was taken and developed and the ghost was clearly visible. The photograph was then taken to expert companies such as Kodak for analysis. Kodak along with several others have deemed the photographs authentic and because they cannot be duplicated seems to further confirm those results.


The Tulip Staircase

The Tulip Staircase

The Tulip Staircase

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