Wood Street Compter was located in London, England.
Wood Street Compter was a small prison which was built in 1555 which replaced the Bread Street Compter. Many prisoners were transferred from Bread Street to Wood Street.
In 1666 the Compter was badly damaged in the Great Fire of London but was still being used as late as 1727.
In 1816 Wood Street Compter was demolished but its cellar still survives today.
Recently the cellar has been used to hold wine testing evenings.
Today the cellar is gated and padlocked from the public.
Reported Paranormal Activity
Passers by have heard whispers from the bottom of the stairs behind the padlocked gate along with a terribly strong feeling of being watched by an invisible entity.
One person who worked in the cellar reported that they were shoved from behind by an invisible force.