Away from the Cathedral another phantom lurks at the almost as ancient Poltry Cross, a market cross of carved stone the arches of which once provided shelter for market stalls, but which now serve the same purpose for shoppers and tourists. The ghost here can be difficult to spot. He is a man in a grey, pinstriped three piece business suit. He stands quietly by himself, but attracts attention by some unidentified oddness about him. Then he vanishes abruptly, like a light being flicked off.
from HAUNTED PLACES OF WILTSHIRE by Rupert Matthews
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