A customer’s pint glass spontaneously shattered in a “haunted” pub, and the moment was caught on CCTV.
The Coniston Tavern in Nuneaton, Warks, is believed to be haunted by a former tenant named Dave, who lived in the flat above the pub and died from a heart attack after drinking a bottle of brandy.
The pub owners and staff have reported a long series of unexplained events that they attribute to Dave’s ghost, including the recent incident with the pint glass.
Four months earlier, another customer’s pint glass mysteriously slid off the same table and onto the floor.
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The pub’s landlord, Andy Gadsby, and his wife Katie have been running the establishment for seven months and were informed about the alleged haunting after taking over.
The CCTV footage shows a customer in a hi-vis jacket chatting with two friends at the table when the pint glass suddenly explodes, showering the customer in larger and glass shards.
Gadsby initially thought the glass may have had a hairline crack, but the CCTV revealed that the same table was involved in the previous incident.
The two incidents have left customers spooked. The landlord believes that Dave’s spirit may be around the pub and that he is trying to pinch people’s drinks.
The recent incident has only strengthened the pub’s reputation as a haunted establishment.
Source The Scotsman