Shifting Tyres Blamed Upon Garage Ghost
Readers of the Telegraph and other daily papers may already be familiar with the plight of Nick White, the garage mechanic tormented by a restless soul from the 1940s. As reported in a telegraph.co.uk article published on Easter Monday, White’s Doncaster based workplace has received several visits from the spectre, whose alleged activities include moving piles of tyres around during the night when the garage is locked.
The building housing the Holmes Market garage was originally a chapel and saw use as a makeshift mortuary during the Second World War. Those familiar with the apparition suspect that it hails from this traumatic period in our history – eyewitness reports of the ghost describe it as wearing clothing from the 1940s, and coins from the late 1930s have also been found by staff turning up at work in the morning.
“It’s a little bit scary knowing that there’s something happening while the place is locked up at night,” White told the Telegraph. The tyre moving ghost, who appears to be careless with his or her money, is also known to the garage’s previous owner, Nigel Lee. “Nigel told me all about the tyres being moved around when the place was locked up at night and customers witnessing small change and stones coming out of nowhere and flying here and there,” White commented.