Asylum666 is super excited to announce this location.
Annison Funeral Parlour is reputed to be the most haunted building in Hull with a colourful past, the building was used to house the City of Hull mounted police prior to becoming a funeral parlour.
The Annison Building has been said to be the
last place Mary Jane Langley was last seen alive before her blood soaked body was found dead in a ditch in Long Lane, Preston with her throat slit in 1891, Her killer has never been found.
The murder of Mary Jane Langley is one of Hull's notorious unsolved murders. It was said that a bungled police investigation led to a line up of many infamous suspects including boxing champion John Rennard, no one was ever charged and the murder still remains one Hull's unsolved murders.
Another main suspect in the Mary Jane Langley murder case was a monstrous and heinous serial murderer by the name of Frederick Bailey Deeming, who had murdered his wife and 4 children, disposing of their bodies by burying them under the floorboards of his Merseyside house. Deeming was already serving time in Hull jail under one of his many aliases and was released from jail shortly before Mary Jane Langley's murder.
This will be a Thursday evening and only 10 public places available.
The imposing building sits facing visitors coming over North Bridge , entering East Hull on one of the main routes into that part of the city. A huge building with a Distinct Amityville horror meets the Addams Family look about it, now houses the city’s Late Night Pharmacy.
Over the years the building has been home of not only the Annison Family Funeral Parlour, but was also over its life the home of the City’s Mounted Police, a Photography Studio and Ringtons Tea to name just a few.
Come and Visit us and see our unique horse stairway which leads to our first floor Victorian stables. Hear about the trials and tribulations of the Annison Family and the occupants of the ground floor businesses
Times to be confirmed. £30 per person. To book message me.