SHEFFIELD Fire and Police Museum has been named one of the most haunted buildings in the county by ghost hunters who claim to have discovered paranormal activity.
Ghostly goings-on have spooked staff at the museum at West Bar for more than two decades.
Sightings have been reported of a woman and child said to walk around the third floor.
There are notices warning visitors that they may feel a spine-tingling sensation when they are in the building.
Now a group of ghost hunters who held an overnight vigil inside claim the building is one of the most haunted in South Yorkshire.
"There are also shadows and cold spots, which are significant of paranormal activity."
The building, which became a museum in the 1980s, opened in about 1900 as a police and fire station.
Firefighters moved out in 1929, and the police decamped to the neighbouring West Bar police station in 1965.
The building was left derelict until it was acquired by South Yorkshire Historical Society in 1980. Some of the most haunted spots were found to be the former cells and the third floor, where shadows are seen.