A pair of ghost-hunting twin sisters were left "petrified" after a creepy run-in at a "haunted" Liverpool hotel.
Self-styled urban explorers Lyndsey and Louise Scott, 21, stayed at the city's Adelphi Hotel in July and discovered creepy handprints and eerie noises during their stay.
The girls booked three rooms with friends in the hope of finding some paranormal activity – and made videos of their "petrifying" experience.
Lyndsey and Louise, from the Walton area of the city, shared their ghoulish findings on their YouTube channel reports the Liverpool Echo.
The hotel has previously been called the UK's most haunted after other guests relayed paranormal experiences at the venue, which dates back to 1914.
The group can be seen stalking the hotel corridors as well as a dark and empty function room.
Some clips show them asking any supernatural presence to 'make a loud noise', before banging can be heard in the distance.
They also point to "handprints" on a mirror in one of the corridors, with what looks like a dusty print smeared on the wall close to the ceiling in one of their bedrooms.
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Later in the video, the girls can be seen conducting a seance using an upturned wine glass and a candle lodged inside a teacup.
The vlog-style footage was shot soon after coronavirus restrictions were eased across the UK, and the girls can be seen exploring the cavernous corridors of the hotel with few other guests around.
Louise and Lyndsey said: "It was about a week after lockdown – after the lockdown rules started to ease. It added to the extra scare, but we did take precautions.
"We’ve always been fascinated with the supernatural. The Adelphi was the first [ghost hunting trip] we got involved in.
"It was a bonus that the hotel was once named Britain’s most haunted hotel and it was actually on our doorstep.
"We’d read stories, so that did intensify the whole fear while we were there. It was just mad to read about it and be in that scenario. It was definitely scary, we thought like 'is this real?' You will get a few sceptics, but for us, it was petrifying."
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