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Ghost tales surround historic Nigerian house

Badagry Rev. Henry Townsend Samuel Ajayi Crowther

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#1 Still Waters

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Posted 15 February 2016 - 12:42 PM

The world famous first storey house in Badagry has seen its fair share of ghost stories in recent years.


The house's construction was initiated back in 1842 by early missionaries and was completed three years later in 1845. The building would go on to serve numerous functions over the next 150 years and was a place of settlement for returnee slaves as well as being a school and a vicarage.


These days the house, which is situated a short distance from the local museum, has become a popular tourist attraction and with so many people going in and out of the building it is no surprise that it has also become something of a hotspot for tales of a rather more paranormal nature.




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