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I've done that too. :D

 

You rock Sibon....

 

(oops - just seen that I now seem to be post 314 LOL!)

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i didnt mean to cause any offence its just theres a myth around the woodhouse/hackenthorpe of a lady called sally clark who died back in the 1800s she is meant to haunt the stone lane and surrounding areas sorry for any offence caused purely accidental

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i didnt mean to cause any offence its just theres a myth around the woodhouse/hackenthorpe of a lady called sally clark who died back in the 1800s she is meant to haunt the stone lane and surrounding areas sorry for any offence caused purely accidental

 

And I apologise too Bladeboy80 - I had "presumed" and was wrong - quite coincidental it seems.

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And I apologise too Bladeboy80 - I had "presumed" and was wrong - quite coincidental it seems.

 

I'll join in too. Sorry Bladeboy.

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It was the troll that was posting last night that did it... making me look at posts in a negative way (well done Sibon for getting rid of it)..

 

and welcome bladesboy80- promise not to presume again.

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i heard medowhall was built to be a prison but 4 sumreason its a shopping centre

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thats true, I've seen them, rubbish vortexes.

 

My Nan used to live at number 3 Hyde Park Walk, opposite the little park, her balcony faced it.

As a child I once saw a tornado touch ground beyond the little park and got all excited about it, told me nan who reported it to someone or other (possibly the council), who sent a lady out to investigate.

The investigator was doubtful until I found the little drill hole it had made in the ground, the adults being a lot taller could already see from the pattern of the grass that I had found it's centre, I had to climb the arched climbing frame to see the crop circle type effect it had on the grass.

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when they installed the lifts at hallamshire hospital they tested one lift to go to the top but it got stuck due to the shaft not being levelled upright and too small the lift is still there stuck today.

 

thats why there is always one lift not working there

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biggest myth is its a peaceful city with never ever any murders, well they tell us less than leeds mcr and nottingham ha ha joke

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when they installed the lifts at hallamshire hospital they tested one lift to go to the top but it got stuck due to the shaft not being levelled upright and too small the lift is still there stuck today.

 

thats why there is always one lift not working there

 

Rubbish, a definite myth.

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biggest myth is its a peaceful city with never ever any murders, well they tell us less than leeds mcr and nottingham ha ha joke

 

 

Got any stats to back-up your claim by any chance?

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Rubbish, a definite myth.

 

Couldn't agree more- worked here for years and used to work on top floor- this is complete nonsense.

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