Gwyn Richards visits the Belper Arms pub at Newton Burgoland in Leicestershire which is reputed to be haunted. The film is in three sections.
Main section (runs 7.16):
Gwyn Richards is seen approaching the Belper Arms pub driving a Rover 2000. He gets out of the car for a piece to camera in which he explains that the pub's ghost, 'Five To Four Fred' (due to the time he tends to appear), "likes the girls - he saucily slaps their bottoms, sometimes strokes their faces and even pinches them."
Richards goes on to say: "When you go fishing you take your bait" At this point a woman wearing a mini skirt gets out of his car (Denise Feeny).
Inside the pub (whilst Denise buys the drinks) Richards describes the history of the pub with another piece to camera. He then conducts vox pops with several female (and one male customer) and also interviews the landlord and his wife about the various ghostly goings on in the pub.
Richards and Feeny then wait five to four with mounting anxiety but no ghost appears.
Section 2 (runs 2.02):
In the Belper Arms Gwyn Richards interviews a woman from Ward End in Birmingham named Janet. She describes conducting a séance which resulted in Five To Four Fred appearing before Janet and her husband the following night in Birmingham.
Section 3 (runs 0.18):
A short interview section with Janet.
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