I visited this house 40 years ago and was guided through by Dennis, entranced by his story of the family who lived there and the ever-present reminders that their ghosts could still be in residence.
On a recent visit all had changed. You paid your money and were simply told to look around. All there is to see now is a collection of junk and a police force of attendants heavily enforcing a no-talking rule. One way of preventing negative comments, I suppose.
Our original visited lasted an hour. The recent one was over in 20 minutes and much of that was spent forcing one's way through the over crowed rooms.
The organiser's get out is that "you either get it or you don't. I didn't. But they do get the over-priced entrance fee
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