“You b****”: Girls ‘couldn’t sleep’ in city center hotel after terrifying experience


Two Youtubers who visited a hotel in Liverpool said they ‘couldn’t sleep’ after a frightening encounter with the supernatural.

Jessica Sims, 22, and Ellie-May Ramsey, 19, from the Isle of Man went to Liverpool earlier this month and stayed at the Adelphi Hotel in Liverpool city centre.

The pair wanted to stay at the hotel after seeing an article in the ECHO where two ghost hunters stayed and were ‘shocked’ as spirits ‘sweared at them’ on recording.

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As reported in the ECHO, once they checked into their room, number 179, the women got to work investigating the building and recorded the whole thing for their YouTube Channel Jess and Ellie.

From the get go the pair said the hotel “didn’t feel right” and they kept “feeling people going through them”.

Jess told The ECHO : “We checked out the room and one of the first things we noticed is that it kept going from really warm to really cold. There were points where we would both just shiver and get goosebumps for no reason.

“There was also a gunshot going through the window from the inside, which was creepy.”

The girls then decided to go and walk around the hotel with a spirit box and EMF reader to see if they could communicate with spirits.

Jess claimed she kept seeing shadows as they walked around the hotel, Ellie said she didn’t see anything but “felt people going right through her”.

Jess said: “The only way I can describe it is there were these big and dark shadows I saw in front, at the side and behind me and when I did everything went cold.”

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Ellie continued: “I didn’t see anything but I can say 100% that you would go from being freezing cold, to normal and to being boiling very quickly.

“It was also eerily quiet but the camera would be going mad.”

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The girls, who have been interested in ghost hunting for around three months, also complained of smelling “rotten meat” when they were walking around some of the corridors.

Jess told The ECHO : “I have looked it up since then and a smell of rotten meat is to do with poltergeists and demons, it was frightening. I couldn’t stop thinking about the smell for days.”

Ellie and Jess also said they felt frightened when they were near the elevators and “legged it” away from the area when they heard the lift move but never saw the doors open.

Once back at the room they used the spirit box to speak to ghosts within the room and said they were “shocked” when a male spirit replied saying “you b***h”.

Jess asked the spirits if they would like her to turn off the camera and another one replied saying “don’t try”.

At another point another voice is heard saying “that’s it, silly girls” over the spirit box.

Ellie said: “When we were in the room we could hear a girl and a boy’s voice. The girl was really aggressive, especially when we went over the window and the boy seemed like he was just speaking to us because we were there.

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“It was really scary and we struggled to sleep, so we slept well when we got back home.

“We want to come back to Liverpool again to go to the abandoned hospital.”

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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