In the Tudor building, as reported by Southport Visiter, is where the team shot the footage of the spirit. It was taken under while two members of the team were on a set of stairs with a door under it.
"We were informed by the curator that there was a staircase with a door underneath it, where a man died," said Aaron Robinette, the co-founder of the team. He is seen in the video with Joanna May.
"In the video, I'm sat on a chair and Joe is at the staircase and we're calling out to spirits."
Nothing happened while they were there, apparently nothing was known until the the video was watched.
"It appears and disappears in shot, all in front of the camera," Robinette said.
Robinette believes this to be an actual paranormal event, him and his team could find no way to explain what they were seeing, a figure, with a nose, mouth, and hair that actually looked at the camera before turning to see the stairs.
The video almost went viral in a matter of days.
Many paranormal investigators many specific techniques for their ghost hunts, Sefton is no different using lay down trigger objects, and frank boxes to name a few.
Sefton Paranormal Investigations has five members and has been doing this for five years now, makingtheir next stop in liverpool on Oct 31 of this year.