Three brothers say they have been left terrified after they managed to catch a ‘ghost’ on camera at an old Edwardian hotel.

Kerry Butters, along with his brothers Darrell, 51, and Nicky, 38, filmed themselves in the hotel while staying there after a concert, but when they watched the footage back they were shocked by what they saw.

The brothers say they have never experienced anything like this before, but the Adelphi Hotel in central Liverpool has a history of ghostly goings-on, reports the Liverpool Echo.

Kerry, 52, says he even sought confirmation from paranormal experts after friends alerted him to something supernatural in the footage he’d shot with his brothers on the hotel’s third floor last June.

Kerry said: “We went to see Elton John at Anfield and we stayed in the Adelphi Hotel on the Friday and Saturday.

Kerry Butters, along with his brother Darrell, 51, and Nicky, 38, stayed at the Adelphi in June last year but were shocked when they watched back the footage they took while on the third floor (

Kerry Butters)

“We decided to go for a walk around the hotel on the Saturday where I got three or four videos of the hotel.

“I never noticed at first and it was only when I sent the videos off to friends that I got messages saying there was a voice. I then sent them off to a ghost channel from YouTube who said we had something.

“I didn’t hear anything until we watched them back. I’ve never had anything like this happen before. The hotel was alright, it was just packed when we checked in on the Friday.”

In the video shared with the ECHO, a slight noise that sounds like a voice can be heard in the background.

The Adelphi Hotel is known for having supernatural goings-on (

Kerry Butters)

The Adelphi Hotel is known for having supernatural goings-on and was named ‘the most haunted hotel in Britain’ by supernatural investigator and author Tom Slemen in 2015.

He said at the time: “The Adelphi – in my humble opinion, is the most haunted hotel in the UK and some incredibly strange incidents have gone on in both the present Adelphi and the one that stood there before it in Victorian times.

“I often gave talks in the hotel’s Sefton Suite, and was unaware that this suite is an exact copy of the Titanic’s First Class Smoking Lounge, built by the same craftsmen hired by the White Star line.

“During one talk, there was standing room only, and I and many other people saw three men standing at the far end of the room who were dressed as naval officers with white caps and dark jackets with all the braiding.”

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