|Sinking of the Battleship Victoria 1893|
This was when the British Royal Navy Flagship, Victoria, was rammed by another ship - Camperdown - one of it's own squadron, and subsequently sank. Most on board went to a watery grave.
The story is that of the admiral, Sir George Tryon .... here is a cutting from the time ...
Okay, now the 'strange' part.
At the time as the collision, the admiral's wife was giving a party in her home at Eaton Square, London.
Not long after 3:30 p.m guests say they saw the unmistakeable figure of Sir George Tryon 'stride across the drawing room'. The guests mentioned this to Lady Tryon, who had not seen the figure. She told them that her husband was with his ship.
Some of the guests even claimed to have spoken to Sir George and were adamant that they had seen him.
The admiral was never seen again.
So, who did the guests see? A ghost or spirit? A trick of the light, or perhaps a similar looking man?
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