Office worker dating patients

31 Jan

Pamela Beasley, of Woodford Green, worked in the admin department of the hospital between 19.She said: "I worked in the welfare office in the main building.No, it's not your husband, the man you promised to love and cherish until the day you die.It's your office spouse -- a phrase coined to describe the new relationship phenomenon that's developed as Americans work longer, harder, and in closer proximity with colleagues of the opposite sex.While you wouldn't dream of cheating on your loved one to whom you are legally bound, you do work closely with someone of the opposite sex all day long, Monday through Friday, in many cases upwards of 60, 70, or even 80 hours a week.You do lunch, you talk about your life and family, and you stick together through the good times and the bad, in sickness and in health.

Basically, this is the best I can find and I don’t guarantee anything to be 100% accurate.

There was a ledge where the patients could lean over and speak to us and one day I heard some heavy breathing coming from outside where the ledge was, but I went outside and there was nothing there.

"Some time later we moved into a smaller office as the whole place was beginning to close down and one day I clearly saw the outline of a person who quickly disappeared.

Two stories in particular stand out, one of which suggests the spirits were active even before the hospital was closed. SPIRITS were haunting Claybury Hospital well before it became a housing complex.

Last week the Guardian ran a story telling of ghostly goings on at the Woodford Bridge estate during the past year, but this week the newsdesk was contacted by a former administrative worker at Claybury Hospital, who said a ghost had come to "check her out" when she moved into a new building.